Grace Palmer is a Project Leader in New Hampshire with the state Department of Health and Human Services. She is currently working to improve connections to supportive services for children and families, with a focus on infants born exposed to substances and their parents. Grace is a graduate of the MPP program at the Harvard Kennedy School, where she focused on social and urban policy. While in graduate school, she worked with the GPL supporting the City of Boston’s Supportive Housing Division’s efforts to improve client outcomes in their Rapid Rehousing programs. Prior to graduate school she worked at the Brookings Institution. There she communicated research and worked directly with cities on metropolitan policy questions on topics including community and economic development and regional governance. Grace holds a BA in History with Distinction from Brown University.