Ann Moss Joyner
Cedar Grove Institute for Sustainable Communities, Inc.
Ann Moss Joyner is an MBA working in a range of areas including as an expert witness and consultant in civil rights litigation and as a policy analyst in economic development and social change. A former land developer, she transformed over 2,000 acres into home sites with riding and walking trails, conservation easements, an arboretum and other amenities. She is using this experience in land use, zoning, spatial analysis and economic development as a fair housing expert, researching and illustrating cases of institutionalized discrimination in fair housing, fair lending, environmental justice, disability rights, and segregation in housing and education. Mot recently, she co-taught a 2-day training session for HUD's Office of Systemic Investigations. She has been an expert consultant and expert witness in legal cases involving institutionalized discrimination across the U.S. She has also contributed to Analyses of Impediments to Fair Housing (AIs) for Wilmington, NC and Houston, TX.
She has also worked in policy analysis and economic development for sustainable neighborhoods.