On October 17, 2017 NMHC, along with NAA, hosted a policy forum with housing leaders from government, industry and academia discussing the future of multifamily housing and steps that can be taken towards solving America’s affordability crisis. The event focused on answering a single question, though answers are complex: How can local, state, and federal stakeholders and the private sector work together to stem the tide and ensure a stronger housing future for families?
The forum intended to spark a free-flowing and forward-leaning discussion that highlights areas where public and private stakeholders can come together to help solve the nation’s affordability problems.
Hosted by Bloomberg Government, the program will include speakers such as:
- Doug Bibby, President, National Multifamily Housing Council
- Robert Pinnegar, President and CEO, National Apartment Association
- Toby Bozzuto, President and CEO, Bozzuto Group
- Albus Brooks, President, Denver City Council
- Vanessa Brown Calder, Policy Analyst, The Cato Institute
- Bill Ferguson, Senator, Maryland State Senate
- Jeffery R. Hayward, Executive Vice President and Head of Multifamily, Fannie Mae
- Priya Jayachandran, Senior Vice President, Affordable Housing Development, Volunteers of America
- John McManus, Vice President and Editorial Director, Hanley Woods Media
- Catherine E. Pugh, Mayor, City of Baltimore, Maryland
- Hon. Libby Schaaf, Mayor, City of Oakland, California
- Michael Stegman, Senior Fellow, Milken Institute
For additional information visit https://about.bgov.com/event/future-multifamily-housing-building-access-affordability/
For any questions, please contact NMHC’s Communications Director for Policy and Advocacy, Colin Dunn (firstname.lastname@example.org).