Richard DuBois oversees all of NCLC's resource development activities. He helps to identify and maintain appropriate sources of funding for NCLC’s programs and works to keep the philanthropic community informed and engaged in the Center’s work. In particular, Rich works closely with staff attorneys and policy experts to develop projects and funding proposals. Prior to assuming his current role he was a development officer at NCLC for nine years. Rich joined NCLC in 1998 as a staff attorney specializing in foreclosure prevention issues. He was previously an attorney at the Center for Insurance Research in Cambridge, Mass. Rich earned his B.A. from Yale University and his J.D. from the University of Michigan.