Joshua Vermette is a quantitative researcher in the Economic Mobility, Housing, and Communities policy area. He is currently the data manager for the Stepped and Tiered Rent Demonstration, a study designed to test the effects of alternative rent policies on workforce engagement, and the MyGoals Evaluation, a workforce coaching program focusing on executive skills for recipients of public housing assistance. He is also a member of the data teams for the Rent Reform Demonstration and the Family Self-Sufficiency Evaluation and previously had data and analysis roles on the Jobs Plus Opportunities Evaluation and the SaveUSA study. Vermette is an experienced programmer and data manager whose responsibilities have included data acquisition, data processing, impact analysis, and report writing. He holds a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and a BA in political science from Syracuse University.