2017 Annual Affordable Housing and Community Development Conference
Wednesday, October 25, 2017 – Pre-Conference Institutes
Thursday, October 26, 2017 – Conference
San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina
333 W Harbor Dr.
San Diego, CA 92101
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Online Discounted Registration is now closed, however you can still register onsite the day of the conference. No phone or email registrations will be accepted.
This year’s conference will focus on the topic:
Standing Firm on Shifting Sands: New Ideas for Challenging Times
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Onsite Registration Options Include:
- Conference – Member ($350.00)
- Conference – Non-Member ($400.00)
- Speaker Registration ($125.00)
- Fundamentals of Affordable Housing Institute – Introductory Track ($110.00)
- Fundamentals of Affordable Housing Institute – Intermediate Track ($110.00)
- Fundamentals of Affordable Housing Institute- Intro AND Intermediate Track ($200.00)
- Resident Services Institute – Members ($35.00)
- Resident Services Institute – Non Members ($45.00)
- Resident Services Institute – Certificate Program ($55.00)
Two Day Deals
- Two Day: Fundamentals Intro AND Conference – Member ($350.00)
- Two Day: Fundamentals Intro AND Conference – Non-Member ($375.00)
- Two Day: Fundamentals Intermediate AND Conference – Member ($350.00)
- Two Day: Fundamentals Intermediate AND Conference – Non-Member ($375.00)
- Two Day: Member: Fundamentals Institute and Conference ($400.00)
- Two Day: Non-Member: Fundamentals Institute and Conference ($425.00)
- Two Day: Member: RSSN Institute and Conference ($310.00)
- Two Day: Non-Member: RSSN Institute and Conference ($320.00)
- Two Day: RSSN Institute Certificate Program and Conference ($330.00)
Successfully Coordinating Property Management and Services in Supportive Housing
Join this interactive Roundtable focused on effective coordination between Property Management and Support Services, including how to avoid “predictable crises” and operationalize mission-driven supportive housing property management practices.
This includes the development and enforcement of house rules/essential tenant obligations; collaborative approaches to tenant selection and screening, move-in, orientation, and crisis management; creating and supporting resident councils; linking tenants with employment opportunities; along with a discussion of evictions and problem-solving. We welcome you to this dialogue focused on the key roles and best practices of Property Management and Support Service providers in the successful operation of a supportive housing community.
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Registration 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM
Program 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
The San Diego Foundation
2508 Historic Decatur Rd. #200
San Diego, CA 92106
$25 Members // $35 Non-Members
Raise Your Voice
Be part of meetings with legislators!
Residents United Network San Diego Regional Convening
Residents United Network organizes residents, resident service providers, and developers to support strategies that bring more affordable homes locally and in the state of California. San Diego residents will be convening to build skills and leadership of residents and staff through peer to peer learning and popular education. This will be a free event. Snacks and Lunch will be provided along with Spanish and Somali translation.
Thursday, October 5, 2017
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Price Charities Building
4305 University Avenue, Room 640
San Diego, CA 92105
For more information on Resident Engagement, please visit us here. (link: http://housingsandiego.org/programs/resident-engagement/)
For more information on Residents United Network, visit Housing California. (link: https://www.housingca.org/residents-united-network-run)
For any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The San Diego Housing Federation is proud to have Darrell Steinberg, Mayor of Sacramento, give our Lunch Keynote Address at the 2017 Annual Affordable Housing and Community Development Conference on Thursday, October 26, 2017.
Darrell Steinberg is the Mayor of Sacramento and was the Senate President pro Tempore in the California Legislature. He is one of Sacramento’s most accomplished public servants, serving the Sacramento community for over 20 years. Steinberg earned a reputation for confronting seemingly intractable problems and delivering results for California through consensus-building.
Throughout his entire career, Steinberg led the Legislature on numerous complex issues. Since assuming office in December 2016, Steinberg has made economic development, addressing homelessness and providing year-round paid internships to Sacramento’s high school students through a new initiative, Thousand Strong, the cornerstone of his administration.
In his short time in office, Steinberg has already positioned Sacramento to as potentially the first 5G city in the nation through a new public-private partnership with Verizon. Additionally, he has utilized his state experience and relationships to secure $64 million for homeless services and over $2 million to support Thousand Strong. He is just getting started.
Show your support for excellence in San Diego Affordable Housing and consider a sponsorship of the 2017 Annual Conference, including the Lunch Sponsorship.
For more information regarding the Conference, please click here.
SDHF is looking for volunteers for the 2017 Annual Affordable Housing and Community Development Conference. Click here for more information.
If you are interested in volunteering, please email Sarah with your contact information and availability for the dates of October 25 and 26, 2017.
For questions, please contact Sarah Buchanan Mirabelli, Director of Events and Membership via email or at (619) 239-6693.
The San Diego Housing Federation is proud to have Shamus Roller give our Breakfast
Keynote Address at the 2017 Annual Affordable Housing and Community Development Conference on Thursday, October 26, 2017.
Shamus Roller is the Executive Director of the National Housing Law Project (NHLP) which is a national, nonprofit housing and legal advocacy center established in 1968. NHLP advances housing justice by strengthening and enforcing the rights of tenants, increasing housing opportunities for undeserved communities and preserving and expand
ing the nation’s supply of affordable homes. Before joining NHLP in 2016, Shamus served as the Executive Director of Housing California, a statewide advocacy organization working on issues of housing and homelessness. He started his career running street outreach programs for people that are homeless and ran a meditation and yoga program for incarcerated youth.
For more information about the 2017 Annual Affordable Housing and Community Development Conference, click here.
ICF San Diego is pleased to invite you to the following presentation hosted for free at their San Diego office. An optional complimentary lunch will be provided. To RSVP, please register here. You may contact Alex Webb at email@example.com with any questions.
This 2-part presentation and discussion will provide an overview of the Caltrans Transportation Planning and Climate Change Adaptation Planning Grant Program. This exciting new initiative will make available $20 million in grants for local and regional agencies for adaptation planning over 3 years funded through Senate Bill 1. The grants, of between $150,000 and $1 million, seek to advance adaptation planning on the state’s transportation system. The first round of funding will close on October 20th, 2017.
SHDF WANTS YOU!
Much of San Diego Housing Federation’s work is accomplished through committees and work groups which are open to all members. These groups of volunteers and their staff liaisons provide analysis, ideas, and recommendations that are forwarded to the Board of Directors. Frequently, they are tasked with implementing recommendations as well. All Members and staff of member organizations are encouraged to participate in San Diego Housing Federation Committees.
We are currently looking for committee members for the following committees:
• Membership & Fundraising Committee
• Education Committee
• 2018 Ruby Awards Committee
• 2018 Annual Conference Committee
To sign up for a committee or if you have questions regarding other volunteer opportunities, please contact Sarah Buchanan Mirabelli, Director or Events and Membership. Click here for more information regarding the committees.