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xChats @ VAGHC 2021: The Treatment Plan
Leveraging New Housing Resources Post-COVID
November 10 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
How should housers take full advantage of increased post-COVID resources to make sustained, equitable improvements in housing opportunities for all Virginians?
Someone says it every day: the pandemic has changed virtually everything, both in our lives and in the housing industry. We’re still learning to work with those changes—and more of them are coming all the time.
Now, it seems that housing is starting to get the attention we’ve always wanted, and plenty of funding to boot. But although these resources seem abundant, we still don’t have everything we need to overcome all of our housing challenges.
Join HousingForward Virginia at the Virginia Governor’s Housing Conference as we bring the innovative spirit of HousingX to GHC. We’ll break down what resources we have and what can be done with them; what we need, and how we can get it. We’ll convene several moderated discussions to drill into such topics as messaging, local and regional roles, scaling up, and cross-sector collaboration.
Joh Gehlbach, Richmond Association of REALTORS®
Erica Holmes, St. Joseph’s Villa
Moderated by Michelle Krocker, NVAHA
Local and Regional Roles
Jennifer Wilsie, New River Valley Regional Commission
Jovan Burton, Partnership for Housing Affordability
Moderated by Vaughn Poller, James City County
Carmen Romero, Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing
Andy Kegley, HOPE, Inc.
Moderated by Erica Sims, HousingForward Virginia
Sherry Norquist, Sentara Healthcare
Kyle Rosner, Broadband Policy Assistant, Office of the Governor
Moderated by Tiffany Hollin-Wright, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
This session will be held in person in the Marriott II-III conference room at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott. Pre-registration is now closed. Other VAGHC attendees may enter the session free of charge, but ticket-holders will enter first. All in-person attendees will be required to abide by GHC’s COVID safety protocols.