The day's work combined plenary sessions that placed affordable housing in a broader context of economic mobility and our identity as a region with four breakout tracks that focused on identifying policy, programmatic, and investment strategies to create and preserve affordable housing across the region. The four breakout sessions--gentrification, the preservation of affordable housing, homeownership, and access to opportunity--took place throughout the morning, and were designed to provide a space for our region's housing stakeholders to dig deep and plan action.
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A number of scholarships will be available, primarily for individuals impacted by rising housing costs and representing nonprofit organizations.
Hay un reducido número de becas disponibles para los miembros de la comunidad, los estudiantes, y las organizaciones sin fines de lucro. Se puede encontrar una solicitud para recibir una beca para la cumbre de la vivienda de este año por hacer clic aquí.
Spanish translation, child care and mother's nursing rooms will also be available again this year. Details on transportation and parking.
10:30a-Noon Concurrent Breakout Sessions (detail on all five). Participants will select one breakout track to participate in throughout the day.
Noon-1:15p Lunch Plenary Session - keynote by Dr. Frank Nothaft, Chief Economist, CoreLogic
1:30-3p Concurrent Breakout Sessions (continuation of morning sessions)
3-5pm Exhibitor and Networking Reception
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