Dr. Jennifer Sloan
Dr. Sloan is responsible for providing bond administration services for public finance projects that utilize tax incremental financing and special assessments, including research that is used in the preparation of annual reports. Additionally, services include financial modeling and research and analysis.
Dr. Sloan previously worked for a construction company where she was involved in the financial operations of the organization and provided estimates to general contractors and builders.
Dr. Sloan graduated from The University of Texas at Arlington with her Ph.D. in Public Administration and Public Policy with her dissertation entitled “Designing Public Spaces: Public Spaces Built for People.” From the University of Texas at Arlington, Dr. Sloan also holds a Master of Arts in Public Administration, a Professional Certificate in Public Budgeting and Financial Management, and a Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, in Architecture, with a minor in Business Administration. She has written extensively on land use policies and public space design and social capital. In her final years as a Ph.D. student, Dr. Sloan was part of a team of writers from UTA’s College of Architecture, Policy and Public Affairs and the College of Engineering who published a report and a paper that measures the effects of the news media’s treatment of bicyclist and pedestrian crashes (victim or villain) on transportation policy change.