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Adrian Di Lollo is a research and public policy practitioner specialising in socio-economic development and human settlements. He has an extensive background in South Africa and overseas, in community and urban development-related policy, research, evaluation and programme management. For five years in New York he worked as advocacy director for the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development, a trade association of over 90 NGO development corporations. Adrian managed the Research & Development Division at the Social Housing Foundation (SHF) from 2007 to 2010 and has since worked with such entities as the Housing Development Agency (HDA), the Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA), the National Association of Social Housing Organisations (NASHO) and the School of Architecture and Planning at Wits University. In recent years Adrian has worked with a range of NGOs, government agencies and international bodies around such issues as organisational development, policy, strategy and, in particular, programme and project evaluation. He holds a Masters in Social Work in Administration from Fordham University and an M.Phil in Public Policy from the University of Cape Town.