Deepen your engagement with the NPH community and help promote bold and meaningful affordable housing solutions for our region!
NPH convenes working groups to bring together members to take action, develop strategies, and advance solutions on critical affordable housing and racial justice issues. Our working groups inspire collaboration and amplify the voice of key stakeholders, while furthering understanding across the sector. We offer several working groups for our members to advance our collective vision of a Bay Area where everyone has a safe, stable, and affordable home:
Help NPH shape our legislative priorities! Formed in 1983, the Legislative Issues Committee discusses issues related to housing policy, funding, and programs on the regional, state, and federal levels, and makes preliminary recommendations to guide and inform NPH’s position on each issue. The group typically meets monthly.
Calling all communicators! NPH’s Strategic Communications Council (SCC) is open to all NPH members working in communications. The group meets quarterly to discuss relevant communications topics, share best practices, and work towards aligning our messaging to provide various audiences with clear, consistent messages about the Bay Area affordable housing movement and build public support.
NPH’s Resident Services Working Group is an ad hoc committee to support and connect resident services teams (whether you are called service providers, community engagement, or property management — the folks who work with residents directly!) to build engagement opportunities and share best practices.
Join us to advance racial equity and inclusion across the NPH community and the affordable housing sector. Areas of work include promoting best practices in recruitment, retention, culture change from the top, and advancing industry-wide learnings.
NPH’s regulatory working group helps ensure that the critical affordable housing policies and solutions passed are implemented effectively and fairly in order to create significant impact for our Bay Area communities. Join with NPH members to discuss and make recommendations on TCAC, AHSC, and other regulatory and implementation guidelines.
Stay nimble with our groups that form as needed, addressing hot-button issues and more. NPH offers a number of additional ad hoc working groups as a place to gather, network, and connect on specific issues and opportunities.
Please note that working groups are for NPH members only. Need to check on your membership status? Email NPH Fund Development & Membership Associate, Daniel Woods-Milligan, at email@example.com about individual and organizational memberships.