Agenda

Please note:

  • All times are listed in Eastern Time (ET).
  • 5.5 Continuing Education (CE) credits will be offered to those who attend the full meeting.

As a reminder to all participants, in order to receive CE credit you must complete the polling questions live during the session. Attendees will only obtain CE credits by using the Zoom Join Link,  which allows attendees to participate in polls and follow along with the speaker’s presentation. Attendees that join by phone are not eligible to receive CE credit.

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Tuesday, December 7

Time Description
1:00pm

Welcome and Introductions

1:10pm

Tax Credit Equity Roundtable: A New Paradigm?

Speakers:

  • Matthew Harrington, PNC
  • Victoria O’Brien, Key Community Development Corporation
  • Richard Roberts, Red Stone Equity Partners MODERATOR
  • Victor Sostar, Regions Affordable Housing
  • Kyle Wolff, Stratford Capital Group
2:00pm

Break

2:05pm

Navigating The Great Resignation: Preparing Your Business For Opportunity and Change

Speakers:

  • Jennifer Atkinson, Mitchell Market Analysts, Inc. MODERATOR
  • Jennifer Dionne, The Signal Group
  • Jason Géno, Human Capital Initiatives
  • Curvin Leatham, AreaProbe
  • Edward Steere, Valbridge Property Advisors
3:05pm

Break

3:10pm

Best Practices: Conducting Market Studies for Affordable Assisted Living

Speakers:

  • Jerri Bain, Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority
  • Rick Banas, Gardant Management Solutions
  • Valerie Kretchmer, Kretchmer Associates.
  • Nathan Young, Vogt Strategic Insights MODERATOR
  • Karin Zosel, Affordable Assisted Living Coalition

Wednesday, December 8

Time Description
1:00pm

Welcome Day 2

1:05pm

Best Practices: Understanding Rural Housing Markets

Speakers:

  • Tyler Borowy, Prior & Associates MODERATOR
  • Brian Gault, Alliant Capital
  • Jim Howell, Gibson Consulting, LLC
  • Eric Shorter, Churchill Stateside Group
1:55pm

Break

2:00pm

Keynote Address: Carl Gershenson, Eviction Lab

Carl Gershenson is broadly interested in how markets and politics structure inequality in the United States. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology from Harvard University, where his dissertation explored the political and cultural origins of the American business corporation. As a graduate student, Carl published on a variety of topics, including corporate democracy and securities law, neighborhood level politics and the distribution of city services, and eviction and urban labor markets (with Matthew Desmond). After graduation, Carl joined the Sociology Department at Washington University in St. Louis as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow, where he collaborated with Professor Tim Bartley on a project exploring how xenophobia and attitudes toward markets structure public opinion regarding immigration and offshoring.

At the Eviction Lab, Carl will continue to study how American political economy creates the conditions for the contemporary housing crisis. He is also deeply interested in issues around climate and energy, and he will work these interests into his research at Eviction Lab. When life gives him the chance, Carl likes to read history and fiction and explore Philadelphia.

2:30pm

Break

2:35pm

Estimating Renter Household Demand and Growth in 2022

Speakers:

  • Andrew Aurand, National Low Income Housing Coalition
  • H. Blair Kincer, Novogradac & Company LLP
  • Kaitlyn Snyder, NH&RA MODERATOR
  • Rick Stein, Urban Decision Group

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3:25pm

HUD MAP Lending Market Study Updates

3:35pm

Closing Remarks

3:40pm

Networking Reception

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