Kinsey is the senior program director for state and local policy in Enterprise Community Partners’ Denver office. In this role, Kinsey crafts and oversees Enterprise’s policy agenda and advocacy to increase the supply of affordable homes and advance housing stability in Denver and throughout Colorado, with a focus on individuals and families living on low or fixed incomes. She collaborates with state and local elected officials and policymakers, implementing agencies, and partners including affordable housing developers, legal aid and rental assistance providers, and community-based organizations. Kinsey has authored multiple analyses of affordable housing policy and serves as a trusted resource for media and decisionmakers.
Before joining Enterprise in January 2020, Kinsey was a nationally recognized policy expert with the Washington, D.C.-based office of the Guttmacher Institute, a leading policy and research organization dedicated to advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights. Her commitment to advancing people's well-being and making communities more equitable started in her native Colorado, where served as the director of political affairs and outreach for Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains.
Kinsey graduated with a bachelor of science and a bachelor of arts from the University of Colorado at Boulder and also holds a master of public Health focusing on policy from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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