2016 NPH Fall Conference, Building Opportunities

Thank you to the 750 affordable housing developers, builders, designers, financial institutions, and advocates, as well as city and county staff and officials, who joined us to celebrate Building Opportunities at the 37th Annual NPH Affordable Housing Fall Conference. 

 

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The theme for our 37th annual NPH Fall Conference, Building Opportunities, reflects our goal to advance wins at the ballot box, in Sacramento, and in local communities across the Bay Area. Together with our members, coalition partners, and supporters like you, we will grow opportunities to increase resources for affordable housing!

A huge thank you to our Title Sponsor, Union Bank, for their support in making this event possible!

NPH IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE OUR FALL CONFERENCE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: 

 

Our keynote plenary is focused on the three Bay Area counties taking initiative with local ballot measures to create homes and solutions this November. Ruth Bernstein of EMC Research will provide background on the landscape of public opinion on affordable housing and Supervisor Wilma Chan of Alameda County, Supervisor Dave Cortese of Santa Clara County and Supervisor Don Horsley of San Mateo County will share what the hows and whys for their respective counties, what they’ve learned so far and what it will take to win.

SPONSOR NOW

Be a part of the 37th annual NPH Fall Conference by becoming a sponsor and join affordable housing peers and cross-sector partners in our collective effort to move our important work forward. Pledge by July 31st to showcase your support in our conference brochure, mailed to 2,500 industry, public officials and corporate leaders.

 

 

You’ll also enjoy the benefits of sponsorship listed here.

 

 

To sponsor, please select the sponsorship level and benefits best suited for you, complete the Sponsorship Confirmation Form,  and return it to NPH by September 2nd. Please contact Shalin Craig at (415) 989-8160 x 10 or shalin@nonprofithousing.org with any questions. 

 

 

Don’t forget! Some of our sponsorship benefits have deadlines or are limited supply. Maximize your benefits by responding today.

 

 

SPONSORSHIP DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 2ND.

BUY TICKETS

Early bird tickets for Building Opportunities: NPH’s Annual Fall Conference are now on sale!

 

 

Members receive a discounted rate on all NPH events! For questions regarding NPH membership, contact Shalin Craig at Shalin@nonprofithousing.org, (415) 989-8160 x 10, or visit our Membership Page.

 

 

*Early bird ticket sales end September 9th.

 

 

All speakers and conveners who wish to attend other sessions, including meals, must register. Speakers and conveners receive a discounted rate.

2016 Workshops

Explore this year’s Conference workshops! The presenting workshops will draw from panel expertise and insight on solutions to our region’s housing crisis and how we can create affordable homes for diverse and thriving communities.

 

 

Through the selected workshops, we aim to support our members work in a variety of roles and sectors, to present inclusive and diverse panels, and to advance the collective policy agenda of the affordable housing community.

 

 

A special thank you to those who submitted a workshop proposal, and to our 2016 Conference Workshop Selection Committee: Committee Chair Andrea Papanastassiou (Board Member), Northern California Community Loan Fund; Matt Huerta (Board Member), Matt Huerta Consulting; Matt Schwartz (Board Member), California Housing Partnership Corporation; Lynn Berard, EAH Housing; Diana Downton, Community Economics; Devin Ellin, Sateliite Affordable Housing Associates; Katherine Fleming, BRIDGE Housing; Abigail Goldware, MidPen Housing; Najla Gomez Rodriguez, East Bay Housing Organizations; Maryann Leshin, Community Housing Partnership; Marianne Lim, Burbank Housing; Richard Mandel, California Housing Partnership Corporation; Lauline Mitchell, BBI Construction; Nicole Montojo, SV@Home; Ebony Smith, Resources for Community Development; Jason Vargas, East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation; Vanna Whitney, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects; Claudia Young, Housing Authority of the City of Alameda.

Thank you to all of our early sponsors!

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Armanino LLP

Ascension Insurance Services, Inc.

Association for Energy Affordability

Basis Architecture & Consulting Inc.

Bay Area Local Initiatives Support Corporation/National Equity Fund (NEF)

BBVA Compass

Beacon Communities

Brown Construction, Inc.

Build It Green

Cahill Contractors, Inc.

California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA)

Century Housing

CohnReznick

Dahlin

David Baker Architects

Enterprise & Bellwether Enterprise

Essel Environmental

Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

Gubb & Barshay LLP

Housing Trust Silicon Valley

Hunt Mortgage Group

The John Stewart Company

Johnstone Moyer, Inc.

Kava Massih Architects

Lindquist, von Husen & Joyce LLP

Low Income Investment Fund

Merritt Community Capital Corporation

Metropolitan Transportation Commission

Northern California Community Loan Fund

Novogradac & Company LLP

Partner Energy, Inc.

PG&E Multifamily Programs

Propp Christensen Caniglia LLP

Prudential Mortgage Capital Company

Sun Light & Power

TWM Architects + Planners

DONOR

Bank of the West

City of San Jose Department of Housing

L & D Construction Co., Inc.

BBI Construction

Corporation for Supportive Housing

Mercy Housing

Beneficial State Bank

D&H Construction

Midstate Construction

California Housing Partnership

East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation

Mithun I Solomon

Carle, Mackie, Power & Ross LLP

Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco

Precision General Commercial Contractors, Inc.

Carlson Beck

First Community Housing

PYATOK architecture + urban design

CBRE

Fulton Road Preserve, LLC

Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, Inc.

Charities Housing

HKIT Architects

Resources for Community Development

Christian Church Homes

Housing Authority of Santa Clara County

Rockport Mortgage Corporation

Jones Hall, A Professional Law Corporation

SUPPORTER

Anne Phillips Architecture

Herman Coliver Locus Architecture

PEP Housing

BAR Architects

Housing Authority of the City of Alameda

The Public Interest Law Project

Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP

City of Santa Rosa

Red Stone Equity Partners, LLC

CA Tax Credit Allocation Committee

Laurin Associates

Saida + Sullivan Design Partners

Chinatown Community Development Center

McCoy Compliance & Consulting

SF Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development

Clearinghouse CDFI

Mental Health Association of San Mateo County

Spiteri, Narasky & Daley, LLP

Community Housing Sonoma County

Northern California Presbyterian Homes & Services

SGPA Architecture and Planning

Craig Meltzner & Associates

On Lok Lifeways

Sunseri Construction, Inc.

Domus Development, LLC

Pacific Housing, Inc.

Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation

Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco

Palo Alto Housing

Tierney/Figueiredo Architects AIA

Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco

Paulett Taggart Architects

Van Meter Williams Pollack LLP

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