Nina Bennett

Senior Managing Consultant
PFM Group Consulting LLC
Contact

100 High Street
23rd Floor
Boston, MA 02110

bennettn@pfm.com
617.502.5649 office

Specialties
Consulting, Alternative Finance

State & Local Governments

Education
B.A. in Public Policy Studies
University of Chicago

M.A. in City Planning
with a concentration in Economic Development
University of California Berkeley

Harry S. Truman Scholar

Started with PFM: 2014

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Nina provides strategic advising services to local government clients for the Management and Budget Consulting practice, specializing in the intersection of urban economics, local revenue generation, and municipal operations. With experience in cities facing rapid growth as well as those contending with fiscal distress, she helps clients develop long-term blueprints for fiscal, economic, and community sustainability. Nina supports local and state governments with department operational efficiency assessments, visionary capital budgets, performance measurement, and the evaluation of economic growth incentives. She also provides customized analysis and strategic advising, addressing policy questions as varied as proposed annexations in San Antonio, deannexation policies in Memphis, and Uber regulations in New Orleans. In all cases, her goal is to identify initiatives at various price points to streamline operations, reduce costs, and better adapt service provision to actual need levels.

Nina also serves as core staff to the National Resource Network, a Federal initiative that provides economically distressed cities with  heavily subsidized technical assistance. In this role, she designs and manages assessments for all applicants to over 50 cities nationwide including evaluations of municipal operations and facilitating community stakeholder roundtables.

Nina worked at an economic development consulting firm serving northern California. She was also a Research Fellow at the University of California Berkeley’s Center for Community Innovation and staffed a downtown Property-Based Business Improvement District. She began her career at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, analyzing ways to redesign publicly-funded programs to meet the needs of rural communities.

 
Contact

100 High Street
23rd Floor
Boston, MA 02110

bennettn@pfm.com
617.502.5649 office

Specialties
Consulting, Alternative Finance

State & Local Governments

Education
B.A. in Public Policy Studies
University of Chicago

M.A. in City Planning
with a concentration in Economic Development
University of California Berkeley

Harry S. Truman Scholar

Started with PFM: 2014

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Download Vcard

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