2017 NPH Fall Conference, Standing Together

This event has ended. Please save the date for our 2018 NPH Fall Conference on Friday, September 21, 2018 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis. 

Thank you to the 850+ affordable housing developers, builders, designers, financial institutions, and advocates, as well as city and county staff and officials, who joined us to celebrate Standing Together at the 38th Annual NPH Affordable Housing Fall Conference.


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Our theme for this year – “Standing Together” – reflects our commitment to standing with our members, partners, and allies and the broader community to create an equitable, sustainable, and vibrant region and state through creating and preserving affordable homes. Our Conference will provide you with the tools, knowledge, and networks to do just that.



Our keynote plenary is focused on the opportunities, strategies, tactics, and concrete examples of how we can deliver public support for our work. Dr. Tiffany Manuel, Vice President for Knowledge, Impact & Strategy at Enterprise Community Partners, will explain why messaging is crucial to building public support and how we can craft effective messages to drive motivations. Candice Gonzalez with Palo Alto Housing, Reverend Norman Fong with Chinatown Community Development Center, Susan Friedland with Satellite Affordable Housing Associates, and Joshua Simon with East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation will deliver examples from their own work to highlight the power of messaging.

Be a part of the 38th annual NPH Fall Conference by becoming a sponsor.

Join affordable housing leaders, peers, developers, advocates, and experts and cross-sector partners in our work to realize our collective vision. As a Conference Sponsor, you will support NPH and enjoy many benefits, including free conference passes, exposure to the 700+ conference attendees, acknowledgement in NPH print and online publications, and name or logo featured in conference mailings and materials. Remember to sponsor early to maximize benefits and visibility.

Become a sponsor in four steps:

1: View the sponsorship matrix for a list of sponsor benefits.

2: Select the sponsorship level and benefits best suited for you.

3: Complete the Sponsorship Confirmation form.

4: Return the form to NPH by mail or by email at conference@nonprofithousing.org.

Please contact Estephanie Sunga at (415) 989-8160 x 14 or estephanie@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.



Join us at our largest Conference to date with 25 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 2017 Conference Workshop Selection Committee:

Andrea Papanastassiou (Events Committee Chair), Northern California Committee Loan Fund; Michele Byrd (Board Member), Oakland Housing & Community Development; Matt Huerta (Board Member), Matt Huerta Consulting; Andy Madeira (Board Member), Eden Housing; Jacky Morales-Ferrand (Board Member), San José Housing Department; Matt Schwartz (Board Member), California Housing Partnership Corporation; Joshua Simon (Board Member), East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation; Nikki Beasley, Richmond Neighborhood Housing Services; Pam Berkowitz, Housing Trust Silicon Valley; Carolyn Bookhart, Resources for Community Development; Nico Calavita, San Diego State University; Greg Chin, California Housing Partnership; Cathy Craig; Cathy Craig Consulting; Lisa Cummings, CohnReznick; Kayne Doumani, Chinatown Community Development Center; Laura Eberly, YWCA Apartments, Inc.; Tim Frank, Center for Sustainable Neighborhoods; Adlemy Garcia, East Bay Housing Organizations; Alicia Gomez, Burbank Housing; Sheela Jivan, Mercy Housing; Jennifer Liu, MidPen Housing; Henry Loh, Carle, Mackie, Power and Ross LLP; Richard Mandel, California Housing Partnership; Lauri Moffet-Fehlberg, Dahlin Group Architecture Planning; Heather Peters, San Mateo County Department of Housing; Anakh Sul Rama, Community Housing Partnership; Amber Sauceda, Mercy Housing; Allie Stein, BRIDGE Housing; Karim Sultan, Episcopal Senior Communities; Anne Torney, Mithun I Solomon; Stephanie Wang, California Housing Partnership; Vanna Whitney, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

 Stay connected and join our newsletter for updates and announcements about the Conference.

Questions? Contact Estephanie Sunga at estephanie@nonprofithousing.org.

Thank you to all of our early sponsors!

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Merritt Community Capital Corp

Armanino LLP

Association for Energy Affordability, Inc.

Basis Architecture & Consulting Inc.

Bay Area Local Initiatives Support Corporation/National Equity Fund

Brown Construction, Inc.

Cahill Contractors

California Housing Finance Agency

Capital One

Century Housing


David Baker Architects

D&H Construction


Enterprise | Bellwether Enterprise

Essel Environmental Consulting

FineLine Construction

First Republic Bank

Gelfand Partners Architects

Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

Gubb & Barshay LLP

HKIT Architects

Housing Compliance Services

Housing Trust Silicon Valley


Jones Hall

Lindquist, von Husen & Joyce LLP

Low Income Investment Fund

Metropolitan Transportation Commission

Northern California Community Loan Fund

Novogradac & Company LLP

Partner Energy

PG&E Multifamily Programs

State Department of Housing & Community Development

The John Stewart Company

TWM Architects + Planners

Walker & Dunlop


Ascension Insurance Services, Inc.

Bank of the West

BBI Construction

BBVA Compass

Beneficial State Bank

Bigger Boat Consulting

California Community Reinvestment Corporation

California Housing Partnership (CHPC)


Charities Housing

Christian Church Homes

City of San Jose Housing Department


Devcon Construction

Devine & Gong, Inc.

East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation

Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco

First Community Housing

Kava Massih Architects

KTGY Group Inc.

L & D Construction Co., Inc.

Mercy Housing

Midstate Construction


National Equity Fund Inc.

Nibbi Brothers General Contractors

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Palo Alto Housing

Paulett Taggart Architects

Perotti and Carrade, CPAs, A Professional Corporation

PYATOK architecture + urban design

Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, Inc.

Red Stone Equity Partners, LLC

Related California

Resources for Community Development

Saida + Sullivan Design Partners

San Francisco Housing Development Corporation

Santa Clara County Housing Authority

SGPA Architecture and Planning

Sun Light & Power


Van Meter Williams Pollack LLP


Anne Phillips Architecture

Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP

California Tax Credit Allocation Committee

Chuck Cornell

City of Santa Rosa

Clearinghouse CDFI

Clearinghouse CDFI

Community Housing Sonoma County

Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco

Everyday Energy

Grounded Solutions Network

Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco

Hello Housing

Herman Coliver Locus Architecture

Housing Authority of the City of Alameda

Innovative IT


Jacquie Hoffman

James E. Roberts – Obayashi Corporation

Landesign Construction & Maintenance, Inc.

Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

Mental Health Association of San Mateo County

Northern California Presbyterian Homes & Services

On Lok Lifeways

Pahl & McCay

Precision General Commercial Contractors, Inc.

Richmond Community Foundation

Seifel Consulting Inc.

SF Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development

Spiteri, Narasky & Daley, LLP

Sunseri Construction, Inc.

Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation

The Public Interest Law Project

Tierney/Figueiredo Architects

UP Development LLC