The National Housing Conference and its research affiliate the Center for Housing Policy will launch a new online guide to state and local housing policy developed by the Center on January 29. This is an important resource that will help all of us to improve public policy on the local and state level to both end homelessness and to increase the supply of supportive housing.
KnowledgePlex will be offering a two-day series of online workshops about high-impact housing policies that states and localities can use to improve housing outcomes for low- to moderate-income working families. They have teamed up with the National Housing Conference and its research affiliate the Center for Housing Policy for these events.
The dates and times are:
Wednesday, January 30 at 2 p.m. ET
Thursday, January 31 at 2 p.m. ET
For more information and to join these conversations, click here.
Wednesday’s chat will provide an overview of the ever-expanding range of these state and local housing policies, as well as an opportunity for participants to learn more about such innovative policies through HousingPolicy.org — a new online guide to state and local housing policy developed by the Center, which will be launched on January 29.
Thursday’s discussion will focus on how to put individual housing policy tools together to form an effective state and local housing strategy.
Panelists will include: (For more information on the panelists click here.)
Conrad Egan, president and CEO, National Housing Conference (Moderator)
Jeffrey Lubell, executive director, Center for Housing Policy
Erika Poethig, program officer, Program on Human and Community Development, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Brenda Torpy, chief executive officer, Champlain Housing Trust
Mark A. Curtiss, managing director, Massachusetts Housing Partnership
Elizabeth Davison, former director of the Montgomery County, MD, Department of Housing and Community Affairs
Kalima Rose, senior director, PolicyLink
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