Rosalind Greenstein has taught urban planning and policy at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, the University of Wisconsin Madison, Clark University, and Jackson State University. She was the founding chair of the Department of Economic and Community Development at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, where her department addressed the distribution of the costs and benefits of development. Roz has created and managed a number of multi-sector collaboratives, including the City-Land-University project, which produced national and international research, communities of practice, professional development, and provided technical assistance to universities, organizations in the neighborhoods abutting universities, and host cities. She has worked in state and federal government in economic development, workforce development, and housing and urban development. In addition, she worked as a senior regional economist for an international economic consulting firm. Her publications have focused on urban vacant land, regionalism, and social housing. Her consulting focuses on the economic and social impacts of policies and programs. Roz earned a BA in economics from the University of California at Santa Cruz and a PhD in city and regional planning from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.