Deadline Extended to Register for New England Housing Network Annual Conference

If you haven’t already registered to become part of the Vermont delegation for the New England Housing Network Annual Conference you still have the opportunity to register.  The deadline has been extended to next Monday, December 2. The conference itself will take place at the Shearton Hotel in Framingham, Massachusetts on Friday, December 6 from 8:30am to 3:30pm. Here is a list of just some of the national housing leaders taking part in the conference:

  1. Barbara Fields, Regional Administrator, Region 1 – New England, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

  2. Joe Belden, Deputy Executive Director, Housing Assistance Council

  3. Barbara Burnham, Vice President for Federal Policy, Local Initiatives Support Corporation

  4. Sheila Crowley, President, National Low Income Housing Coalition

  5. Chris Estes, President and CEO, National Housing Conference

  6. Barbara Sard, Vice President for Housing Policy, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

  7. Andrew Jakabovics, Senior Director, Policy Development and Research, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.

  8. Debbie Weinstein, Executive Director, Coalition on Human Needs

  9.  Housing Finance Agency Executive Directors from all 6 New England states

Workshops will also be offered on the following topics:

  1. Strategies to End Homelessness

  2. Section 8 Voucher Solutions

  3. Green and Healthy Housing Initiatives

  4. Creating an Affordable Housing Message

  5. RAD and Public Housing

  6. Foreclosures and Housing Counseling

  7. Implication of Tax Policies and Financial Reform on Affordable Housing

  8. Rural Development

  9. Zoning and Land Use: The Impact of the latest U.S. Supreme Court decision

  10. Social Innovation Bonds

Check out the full agenda of the conference.  Register today to be part of the Vermont delegation!

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