Anthony Chase is a first year MPA student studying domestic and urban policy at the Woodrow Wilson School. He is interested in cities, public finance and economic development. Anthony received his BA from the University of Michigan in 2012 with concentrations in political science, Arabic and Islamic studies. His undergraduate thesis examined the growth of the Islamic banking sector in Britain and France. Before Princeton, Anthony served as the director of programs at Humanity in Action in New York. In this role, he developed programs about urban, civic and international policy issues in Detroit, Atlanta, Washington, Cairo and Paris. He is a fellow with the Urban Design Forum and a board member of Libraries Without Borders.