2018 NPH Affordable Housing Conference, Building Momentum – archive

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Thank you for your overwhelming interest in attending the 39th Annual Affordable Housing Conference. Workshops presentations can be viewed here and photos from this year’s Conference are posted on our Facebook page.

Gain updates, lessons learned, best practices, and more. 

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 huge thank you to our 2018 Conference Workshop Selection Committee comprised of NPH Members:

  • Aditya Potluri, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
  • Amber Sauceda, Mercy Housing
  • Andy Madeira, Eden Housing
  • Ashley Chambers, California Housing Partnership
  • Caroline Souza, David Baker Architects
  • Dan Wu, Charities Housing
  • Dan Rinzler, California Housing Partnership
  • Derek Dutton, TWM Architects
  • Helen Tong-Ishikawa, MidPen Housing
  • Jacky Morales-Ferrand, City of San Jose
  • Justin Bigelow, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP
  • Karim Sultan, Covia
  • Lisa Motoyama, Community Economics
  • Mary Dorst, Resources for Community Development
  • Matt Huerta, Matt Huerta Consulting, LLC
  • Matt Schwartz, California Housing Partnership
  • Nahal Adler, Goldfarb & Lipman LLP
  • Pam Berkowitz, Housing Trust Silicon Valley
  • Richard Mandel, California Housing Partnership
  • Serena Ip, MidPen Housing
  • Smitha Seshadri, Bridge Housing
  • Srinidhi Kumar, California Housing Partnership
  • Vanessa Riles, East Bay Housing Organizations
Be a part of the 39th 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 benefits, including free conference passes, exposure to over 1,000 conference attendees, acknowledgment in NPH print and online publications, and name or logo featured in conference mailings and materials. Remember to sponsor early to make the most of the 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.



Thank you to all of our early sponsors!

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Charles Schwab Bank
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Armanino LLP

Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers, Inc.

Association for Energy Affordability

Avalon Bay Communities

Basis Architecture & Consulting Inc.

Brown Construction, Inc.

CA Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation financing Authority

Cahill Contractors, Inc.

California Department of Housing and Community Development

California Housing Finance Agency

California Housing Partnership/SOMAH

California Public Finance Authority

California Solar Integrators, Inc

Century Housing

Christian Church Homes

Dahlin Group Architecture Planning

David Baker Architects


Essel Environmental Consulting

FineLine Construction

Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

Gubb & Barshay LLP

Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley

HKIT Architects

Housing Trust Silicon Valley


Lindquist, von Husen & Joyce LLP

Low Income Investment Fund

LPAS Architecture + Design

Mercy Housing

Metropolitan Transportation Commission

Northern California Community Loan Fund

Novogradac & Company LLP

Partner Energy, Inc.

Pacific Gas and Electric Multifamily Programs

Philadelphia Insurance Companies

RSG, Inc

The John Stewart Company

TWM Architects + Planners


Abode Services

BBI Construction

BBVA Compass

Beneficial State Bank

California Community Reinvestment Corporation

Carle, Mackie, Power & Ross LLP

Carlson Beck

Charities Housing

City of San Jose Housing Department

Core Affordable Housing

D&H Construction

East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation

Emerald Fund

Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco

First Community Housing

Gelfand Partners Architects

J.H. Fitzmaurice Inc.

Jones Hall

L & D Construction

Lubin Olson & Niewiadomski LLP

Midstate Construction

Mithun I Solomon

Nibbi Brothers General Contractors

Northern California Presbyterian Homes & Services

Oakland Affordable Housing Preservation Initiatives

Palo Alto Housing

PYATOK architecture + urban design

Red Stone Equity Partners, LLC

Relation Insurance Services, Inc.

Resources for Community Development

Richmond Community Foundation

San Francisco Housing Development Corporation

Santa Clara Housing Authority

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Sun Light & Power

TMG Partners

Van Meter Williams Pollack LLP


Anne Phillips Architecture

Bay Area Regional Health Inequities Initiative

Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP

California Tax Credit Allocation Committee

Capital Impact Partners

City of Santa Rosa

Community Housing Development Corporation

Community Housing Sonoma County

Craig S. Meltzner & Associates

Devine & Gong, Inc.

Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco

Everyday Energy

Grounded Solutions Network

Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco

Hello Housing

Housing Authority of the City of Alameda

Housing Authority of the County of Contra Costa

Kava Massih Architects

Law Office of Julian Gross

Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

Matt Huerta Consulting, LLC

Mental Health Association of San Mateo County

On Lok Lifeways

Pacific Housing, Inc.

Precision General Commercial Contractors, Inc.

Public Interest Law Project

Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, Inc.

Related California

Saida + Sullivan Design Partners

Sand Hill Property Company/Woodland Park Communities


Seifel Consulting Inc.

SF Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development

SGPA Architecture and Planning

Spiteri, Narasky & Daley, LLP

Sunseri Construction, Inc.

Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation

Tierney Figueiredo Architects

CCHO logo
HLC logo

Questions about this year’s Conference? Please email estephanie@nonprofithousing.org.