EVENTS: 2017 NHPF SYMPOSIUM & DINNER AN AFTERNOON OF LEARNING, AN EVENING OF RECOGNITION



2017 NHPF Symposium & Dinner An Afternoon of Learning, An Evening of Recognition
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Union Station, Washington, DC
4:00-8:30 pm

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PROGRAM



AN AFTERNOON OF LEARNING: 2017 SYMPOSIUM


4:00-5:45 pm
The afternoon will kick-off with an Awards Presentation to the foremost lawmakers who are helping ensure the rights of those in need of safe, affordable housing.

4:00-4:15 pm
Awards Presentation
United States Senator
Orrin Hatch (UT)






United States Senator
Maria Cantwell (WA)






4:15-4:30 pm
Academic Study

PAY FOR SUCCESS AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING


Stefano Rumi, Senior Research Fellow, Pay for Success Lab, University of Virginia, a Jefferson Scholar whose interests revolve around a multidisciplinary approach to the future of affordable housing and innovative financing mechanisms like Pay for Success contracts.



4:30-5:45 pm
Panel Discussion

AFFORDABLE HOUSING: SHAPING THE FUTURE TODAY


Will America provide enough affordable housing to meet the demands of millions of low to moderate renters in need? As we take on this current and future challenge, what will the affordable housing industry look like? Who will lead and innovate and take our country to a place where every neighborhood and community can provide adequate housing? Join us for an afternoon of engaging discussion on the evolving landscape of housing in America with experts from real estate, finance, construction and public policy.

Moderator
Michele Lerner, Real estate/personal finance writer and contributor to the Washington Post whose work also appears in REIT magazine, New Home Source, Bankrate, Credit Karma, Realtor.com, National Real Estate Investor, Urban Land, The Motley Fool, Fox Business, MSN and other realtor publications.


Panelists
Thom Amdur, Executive Director, National Housing & Rehabilitation Association directs day-to-day operations including legislative and regulatory advocacy, committee activities, conferences and events, publications, financial management and strategic planning.



Maya Brennan, Research Associate, Urban Institute engages in research, analysis, and stakeholder engagement as part of the Policy Advisory Group at the Urban Institute.




Emily Cadik, Director, Public Policy, Enterprise Community Partners leads policy and advocacy related to the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit, New Markets Tax Credit and rental assistance programs.




Stephen Green, COO/CIO, NHPF has more than 35 years of experience in real estate and economic development projects in both the public and private sectors.




Andrew M. Grumet, Partner, Drinker Biddle focuses his work in the areas of charitable giving, philanthropy and the general representation of domestic and international tax-exempt organizations.




Michael J. Novogradac, CPA Novogradac & Company LLP has more than 25 years of experience specializing in affordable housing, community development and renewable energy.




Mark Ragsdale, Senior Vice President, PNC Bank has nearly 30 years of experience in the multifamily affordable housing finance industry and is a key member of PNC Real Estate's affordable housing team.




AN EVENING OF RECOGNITION: 2017 RECEPTION & DINNER


5:45-7:00 pm
Palm Court, Union Station, Washington, DC
Cocktail Reception

7:00-8:30 pm
East Hall, Union Station, Washington, DC
Video Presentation: Delivering on Our Commitment

Awards Presentation & Dinner
Emily Cadik, Director, Public Policy, Enterprise Community Partners






Todd Crow, Executive Vice President & Manager of Tax Credit Capital, PNC Real Estate





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