Save the date for our 43rd NPH Affordable Housing Conference taking place Monday, October 3, 2022 at the beautiful San Francisco Marriott Marquis! NPH’s Annual Conference provides affordable housing leaders with the tools, knowledge, and networks to move forward in collaborative, transformative ways that advance affordable housing and build a future where every community is one of opportunity and where everyone has a safe and affordable place to live.
BEFORE YOU REGISTER: Make sure to review our full COVID policy.
To protect our community, all participants are required to:
- Provide proof of vaccination prior to attending the conference,
- Wear a KN95, KF94, or N95 mask while not actively eating, drinking, or presenting, and
- Stay at home if they test positive for COVID-19, have COVID-like symptoms, or have recently been exposed.
Non-compliant guests will be removed from the event without a refund of any registration fees. For more information on our full COVID policy, click here.
Need a hotel room the night before the conference? Click here to access our room block with the San Francisco Marriott Marquis.
We’re looking for conference volunteers to hand out materials and direct guests. Volunteers receive complimentary tickets. Interested? Volunteer today!
Registration for the NPH Conference is now open! This is our first in-person event since 2019 and we can’t wait to see you again. Join us as we gather for networking, peer-learning, capacity-building, and of course, fun!
Registration deadline: Tuesday, September 13
We offer a limited number of discounted tickets to students, affordable housing residents, resident services staff, emerging leaders, etc. To request a discounted ticket, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t miss out on all the benefits you’ll receive as a sponsor, including social media and email acknowledgment, exhibitor booth, tickets to the conference, listings across our program, website, signage, and lots more!
Last year’s workshops centered on racial equity and justice; COVID-19 response and recovery; and rebuilding a just society, all timely topics that will help equip us with the tools and knowledge to keep working for housing and racial justice today.
Last year’s keynote inspired us all to roll up our sleeves and build an anti-racist housing justice movement that will go the distance and centers racial equity in our organizations as well as the broader affordable housing industry.
Thank you to our sponsors!
Legacy Leadership Partner
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Brown Construction, Inc.
California Housing Partnership
California Solar Integrators, Inc
Dahlin Group Architecture Planning
Destination: Home SV
First Community Housing
Gubb & Barshay LLP
Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley
Housing Trust Silicon Valley
Low Income Investment Fund
Partner Engineering and Science, Inc.
San Francisco Housing Development Corporation
The Core Companies
The Unity Council
Bay Area Regional Health Inequities Initiative (BARHII)
Chinatown Community Development Center
Deacon Construction, LLC
East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation
Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
Housing Authority of the County of Contra Costa
James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corp.
L & D Construction Co., Inc.
Midstate Construction Corporation
Nibbi Brothers General Contractors
Novogradac & Company LLP
On Lok Lifeways
PYATOK architecture + urban design
Red Stone Equity Partners, LLC
Resources for Community Development
San Francisco Housing Accelerator Fund
Santa Clara County Housing Authority
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Van Meter Williams Pollack LLP
Bay Area Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Bonnewit Development Services
Build It Green
City of Oakland Department of Housing & Community
City of Mountain View
Community Housing Development Corporation
Corporation for Supportive Housing
Episcopal Community Services
Herman Coliver Locus Architecture
Huff Construction Company, Inc.
Guzman Construction Group, Inc
Janet Stone – Consulting
Law Office of Julian Gross
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Lindquist, von Husen & Joyce LLP
Matt Huerta Consulting, LLC
Mental Health Association of San Mateo County
National Equity Fund
Paulett Taggart Architects
Public Interest Law Project
SF Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development
Satellite Affordable Housing Associates
Seifel Consulting Inc.
Spiteri, Narasky & Daley, LLP
Sunseri Construction, Inc.
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
Walker & Dunlop
Council of Community Housing Organizations (CCHO)
East Bay Housing Organizations
Generation Housing (GEN H)
Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo County