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Your person is probably affiliated with a particular organization. Just google the name to find their homepage, then explore the site to locate a report or an extensive webpage on a relevant topic to your person.
If your person isn't part of a good professional organization, try:
Search for an article on your issue, then click the Contacts section of the article. (See below for a screenshot of the one for homelessness.)
Still not finding an organization?
Try searching google like so:
("association" OR "society") [insert your social issue]
Academic organizations are almost always labeled Association of Something, Something Association, or Society of Something, so use those terms as keywords in your search. (The quotation marks require the word appear in the results.)
For your research log, you need to discuss:
Describe how you went about finding your sources.
Show that you distinguished between scientific knowledge claims and those that are not scientific.
Discuss what made the evidence in the scholarly articles and professional reports scientific.
Discuss primary reference sources and those that are not.
Discuss the differences in the peer-reviewed journal articles and the professional reports.