Affordable Housing Seminar with U.S. CONGRESSMAN BARNEY FRANK
Washington, DC- On Tuesday, February 14, 2006, the Washington, DC Economic Partnership will host the seminar, “Affordable Housing: A National Issue with Local Implications” as part of its Business Initiatives Breakfast (BIB) series.
The need for affordable housing is a central issue throughout the United States and the need is evident in the Nation’s capital. From District-based employers and workers to current DC residents, affordable housing affects a large population.
This BIB offers the unique opportunity to learn about affordable housing programs on the national and local levels. Congressman Frank will provide an overview on the benefits of affordable housing, available programs and his initiatives for making affordable housing more accessible across the nation.
The seminar will also feature Jalal Greene, Director, Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD); Tania Jackson, Director of Community Policy, The Jair Lynch Companies; and Bob Pohlman, Executive Director, Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development.
WHAT: 2006 Business Initiatives Breakfast, Session I: “Affordable Housing: A National Issue with Local Implications”
WHEN: Tuesday, February 14, 2006, 8-10 a.m.
WHERE: Reed Smith, LLP
1301 K Street, NW
East Tower Penthouse
Metro: McPherson Square (blue and orange lines)
Parking: Limited Street Parking and Garage Parking on K Street and 14th Street
FEE: $35, registration required.
For more information on this event or any other Washington, DC Economic Partnership event, contact 202-661-8671