Hayling Price is the Policy Director for the National Human Services Assembly, an association of America's leading nonprofits in the fields of youth development, social services and community revitalization. In this capacity he supports the public policy work of over 80 national organizations, maximizing collective impact through coordinated federal advocacy. He also leads the Assembly's Washington Group, a peer network of government relations professionals from member agencies. This standing coalition engages with federal stakeholders to advance shared policy priorities and a common agenda.
Prior to joining the Assembly he served at United Neighborhood Centers of America, a national federation of community based social service agencies. There he worked on federal urban policy impacting children, families and neighborhoods, providing technical assistance and federal advocacy for place-based cradle-to-college initiatives.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Hayling is a Truman Scholar whose research has examined on the role civic engagement in community development. He currently co-chairs the public policy committee of Generations United, a national intergenerational advocacy organization. He also serves on the board of Ase Academy, a cultural and academic enrichment program for secondary students in Philadelphia.