2024 ELPN Mid-Year Event

921 Howard St 921 Howard St, San Francisco, CA, United States

Join NPH and the Emerging Leaders Peer Network (ELPN) for a fun and social get-together! We'll start with a tour of TNDC's 921 Howard St property at 4:30pm (optional). Then, at 5:30pm we'll head to The Pawn Shop at 993 Mission St. for drinks and small bites. This is a great opportunity to meet your fellow housers in the Bay Area in a casual environment! Registration deadline: Tuesday, June 4th at 5PM To purchase a ticket, please register by June…


Brown Bag Training: Powering Up, Utility Impacts on Housing Costs


Affordable Housing takes a whole village of professionals to implement, but one major element that underpins housing is the utility infrastructure required to serve new developments. As we try to serve new communities with improved utility services and advance clean energy all-electric buildings, the implementation and installation of electric infrastructure has become a critical piece of managing housing construction timelines and cost. How can we clarify and simplify the process of delivering electric infrastructure to communities and projects that need…

$20 – $40

Shift the Bay: Begins with Home June Campaign Briefing

Come to this briefing if you want to unpack the creative and strategic approach we’re using to make videos designed for lo-fi formats like Instagram Reels and TikTok, as well as workshop how you can implement more video in your social media work.

Brown Bag Training: Making State Oversight More Equitable


Recently, cities across Northern California have incorporated the state mandate to Affirmatively Further Fair Housing (AFFH) into their housing elements. First passed in 2018, California state AFFH law requires cities to promote access to opportunity, integration, transformation of underinvested communities, and compliance with fair housing law. In some ways, the AFFH mandate transformed the nature of the housing element, causing cities to implement a suite of production, preservations, and protection policies that previously would have never been on the table.…

$20 – $40