Conference

Housing as a Human Right:
Exploring Partnerships, Innovation, and Equity

Date Thursday, October 6, 2022
Time 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location Hyatt Regency Princeton
102 Carnegie Center, Princeton, NJ

Conference Overview

The Housing as a Human Right conference will bring together communities impacted by homelessness, policy makers and industry leaders in affordable housing development and homeless services to share innovative approaches to ending homelessness and creating housing opportunities.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

All logos must be submitted as a high-resolution JPEG and must be received no later than September 1, 2022 for inclusion on any printed materials. For more information or questions, please contact Hilary May at hmay@monarchhousing.org or 908-272-5363

Conference Sponsor $10,000
  • Top billing on all conference signage, materials, invitation and communications with attendees
  • Recognition from podium as premier sponsor
  • Listing on conference website in a prominent position as a Conference Sponsor with logo and a link to sponsor website
  • 10 conference registrations (1 or more can be donated to cover the registration fees for someone with lived experience)
Keynote/Plenary Sponsor $7,500
  • Inclusion on all conference signage, materials, invitation and communications with attendees
  • Listing on conference website as a Keynote/Plenary Sponsor with logo and a link to sponsor website
  • Logo with all materials related to sponsored speaker and recognition at the start of the talk
  • 8 conference registrations (1 or more can be donated to cover the registration fees for someone with lived experience)
Breakfast/Break Sponsor $5,000
  • Inclusion on all conference signage, materials, invitation and other media
  • Listing on conference website as a Breakfast/Break Sponsor with logo and a link to sponsor website
  • Logo displayed at breakfast or break stations acknowledging sponsorship
  • 8 conference registrations (1 or more can be donated to cover the registration fees for someone with lived experience)
Track Sponsor $2,500
  • Recognition on sponsor signage
  • Logo listed with all sessions in one track
  • Listing on conference website as a Track Sponsor with logo and a link to sponsor website
  • 6 conference registrations (1 or more can be donated to cover the registration fees for someone with lived experience)
Session/Panel Sponsor $1,000
  • Recognition on sponsor signage
  • Logo listed with one conference session/panel
  • Listing on conference website as a Session/Panel sponsor with logo and a link to sponsor website
  • 4 conference registrations (1 or more can be donated to cover the registration fees for someone with lived experience)
Supporter $500
  • Recognition on sponsor signage
  • Listing on conference website as a Supporter with logo and a link to sponsor website
  • 2 conference registrations (1 or more can be donated to cover the registration fees for someone with lived experience)
Partner $250
  • Listing on conference website as a Partner with logo and a link to sponsor website
  • 1 conference registration
Ally $150
  • Listing on conference website as an Ally with logo and a link to sponsor website
Attendee Sponsor $100
  • Sponsor the attendance of an individual with lived experience
  • Listing on website as an Attendee Sponsor with sponsor logo and a link to sponsor website

Thank You To Our Sponsors

Conference Sponsor

Breakfast/Break Sponsors

Track Sponsors

Session/Panel Sponsors

Ally Sponsor

Conference Speakers

Adenah Bayoh
Adenah Bayoh
Joel C. Cantor, ScD
Joel C. Cantor, ScD
Evan Cole, Ph.D
Evan Cole, Ph.D
Jorge Cruz
Jorge Cruz
Ewa Farry, MA
Ewa Farry, MA
MaryBeth Gonzales
MaryBeth Gonzales
Nancy Holland
Nancy Holland
Kathe Newman, Ph.D
Kathe Newman, Ph.D
Eileen O’Donnell
Eileen O’Donnell
Steve Schoch, AIA, LEED AP
Steve Schoch, AIA, LEED AP

Tentative Agenda

Tentative list of breakout sessions

Diversity in Development

Community Led Planning – Lessons Learned

Creating Space: Working with Landlords & Realtors

Data Driven Systems: Linking Homeless System Data to Medicaid Data

Housing is Healthcare – Innovations in Integrated Housing and Health

Expanding Who’s at the table

Ending Homelessness for Veterans

Making Big Waves – Ending Homelessness in Houston

Status of Affordable Housing in New Jersey

Expanding Housing Opportunities in Homeless Systems

State and Municipal Innovations in Affordable Housing and Efforts to End Homelessness

Connecting with the Experts

Federal Strategic Plan the End Homelessness

Research on the Affordable Housing Needs

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Policies

Cancellation requests made prior to August 31, 2022 will receive a full refund.

Cancellation requests made between September 1, 2022 and September 28, 2022 will receive a refund of half of their registration fee.

Registration closes September 28, 2022. No refunds will be given after this point

*In the event that a registrant contracts COVID within seven days of the conference, please email conference2022@monarchhousing.org to discuss options for a refund or transfer of registration.

 

In order to attend the Event, individuals must:

  1. Review and agree to the Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk;
  2. Abide by the Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy for Events, including:
    1. Providing proof of up-to-date COVID-19 vaccination status, as defined by the Center for Disease Control or
    2. If not vaccinated or vaccinations are not up to date, be prepared to show proof of a negative COVID-19 antigen test onsite
  3. Abide by all safety and health protocols for the Event including, but not limited to, those protocols consistent with the guidance and recommendations of public health agencies for slowing the transmission and exposure to COVID-19 including, but not limited to sanitation procedures and physical distancing measures at and during the Event;
  4. Monitor their health for any symptoms of COVID-19;
  5. Not attend the Event if they are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19;
  6. Not attend the Event if anyone in their household has tested positive for COVID-19 in the seven (7) days prior to the first date of the Event;
  7. Withdraw their attendance at the Event should they experience any symptoms of COVID-19 during the Event;
  8. Notify Monarch of any positive COVID antigen or PCR test received within three (3) days of conclusion of the Event, to allow Monarch to notify attendees that a fellow attendee has tested positive; and
  9. Abide by any other policies, protocols, procedures, or other directives from Monarch in connection with the Event.

 

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