NAHRO Professional Development Seminar

NAHRO Professional Development is excited to offer Summer Symposium registrants a special pre-conference opportunity to attend a brand-new professional development seminar, PHA Operations for Executive Leaders of Small Agencies

This special seminar offering is only available as part of Symposium registration, at a discounted add-on fee of $50 per person (a $250.00 savings!).  This opportunity is only available for executive leaders of small agencies (500 units or less).

Pre-registration is required, and space is limited and available on a first come, first serve basis. A waiting list will not be maintained.

Seminar Date/Time:
Wednesday, July 10: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Title: PHA Operations for Executive Leaders of Small Agencies

Are you a small PHA leader new to the position or affordable housing?  We’ve got you covered!  Leading a small housing agency is rewarding, but if you’re new to the industry or have been promoted from program management, it can also be a bit overwhelming. This brand-new course will assist new (or newer) executive leaders of small agencies in developing a strong foundation for success. You’ll explore fundamental agency operations, key decision points and systems, and leave this class understanding common programs, the impacts of key decisions on your programs, human resource basics, HUD systems, budgets, plans, and more.

Objectives: After completing this training, participants will be able to:

  • Develop strategies for budget development and presentation to their board.
  • Recognize the connections between the Capital Fund program and the agency planning process.
  • Explore key HUD systems.
  • Recognize the impacts of key agency operational plans and policies on their programs.
  • Review key human resources functions and their importance to organizational success.

NAHRO Faculty: Jim Inglis, NAHRO Principal Faculty

Who should attend?

  • New executive directors/CEOs of small agencies.
  • New deputy directors/COOs of small agencies.
  • New PHA executives of small agencies.
  • Staff interested in growing into an executive position at small agencies.