City of Detroit
Rebecca Labov is a Program Analyst in the Policy Development and Implementation Division of the Housing and Revitalization Department for the City of Detroit. In this role, she manages strategic initiatives related to multifamily housing, including the preservation of affordable housing, development of strategies for displacement prevention, and the City’s application for a federal Choice Neighborhoods grant for Greater Corktown. Prior to her current role, she served as an educator with Detroit Public Schools, developing expertise in teaching, instructional coaching and professional development, and curriculum design. Previously, she worked as an architectural designer of multifamily affordable housing. Her work in diverse fields has been connected and guided by a deep commitment to racial equity and social justice. Rebecca holds master’s degrees in both Urban & Regional Planning and Educational Leadership & Policy from the University of Michigan. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Urban Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.