MHP & CHAPA Present: Making the Case for Affordable Housing in Your Community
"We are redefining what it means to make the case for systems change and in so doing, building the public and political will needed to transform communities for the better." Dr. Tiffany Manuel, President & CEO, The Case Made
Massachusetts Housing Partnership and CHAPA's Municipal Engagement Initiative are proud to announce our collaboration with Dr. Tiffany Manuel, President and CEO of The Case Made, to change the narrative around affordable housing in our communities. Dr. Manuel is a national expert who has helped advocates across the country make positive changes in their communities. Read more about Dr. Manuel on her website.
Co-sponsored by Mel King Institute, this session will be an interactive forum. Dr. Manuel will present her findings on how to reframe the housing crisis and provide a blueprint for communities looking to change the narrative. Her presentation will be followed by a 1-hour interactive break-out strategy session for participants to begin to develop their own unique strategies.
$25.00 for CHAPA members and $40.00 for non-members. No refunds will be provided to those who register but do not attend the forum. View our membership page for more details on the benefits of becoming a CHAPA member.
Guests must be registered by February 18th and must bring a photo ID. 100 High Street is located a five minute walk from South Station and close to the State Street and Downtown Crossing MBTA stops. There is a nearby parking garage with more information here.
Registration and refreshments open at 9:00 a.m. The speaking program will begin at 9:30 a.m. A light breakfast will be provided.
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