Hone in on the equity side of ETOD. How do you identify opportunities? What strategies can you use to assess feasibility and attract financing? Hear real-life stories from private development intermediaries and nonprofits. How have they attracted the right partners to serve their high-need populations? What risks should you identify and mitigate before going forward? Take home tactics for your equity toolbox.
Moderator: Amie Fishman, Executive Director, Non Profit Housing Association of Northern California, San Francisco, California
Meea Kang, President, Domus Development;Board Member; Board Member, Rail~Volution, Sacramento, California
Rosa Ortiz, AICP, LEED AP, Program Director, Enterprise Community Partners, Chicago, Illinois
Diana Yazzie Devine, President and Chief Executive Officer, Native American Connections, Phoenix, Arizona
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