Dan Mathis is a Policy Entrepreneur at Next100. At Next100, his work focuses on the intersection of housing and climate change with a particular focus on climate adaptation policies and disaster recovery efforts. He also has a range of experience as a housing and community development advocate working in communities around the world—including prior stints with law firms in Washington, DC and New York City, and with the Legal Resources Centre of South Africa. Dan has degrees from Florida A&M University, the Hough Graduate School of Business at the University of Florida, and the University of Michigan Law School.
Dan Mathis is developing a proposal to create a federal climate adaptation and resilience program funding model that accounts for disparities in climate vulnerability across communities and bolsters our preparation for climate disasters in low-income, Black, and other communities of color.