Register Now for NAHRO’s Summer Symposium!
Join us on Tuesday, July 13, for “Universal Vouchers: A Path Forward” a day-long symposium on the present and future of the housing choice voucher program. Our opening plenary session sponsored by Yardi, “Housing Vouchers – Where We Are and Where We’re Going,” features three experts in the field.
- Mary Cunningham is vice president for metropolitan housing and communities policy at the Urban Institute, where her research focuses on homelessness, housing, concentrated poverty, and efforts to improve family self-sufficiency and overall well-being among low-income families. She has expertise in several HUD homelessness and assisted housing programs, including permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, emergency shelter, Housing Choice Vouchers, Family Self-Sufficiency, HOPE VI, and the Moving to Opportunity demonstration.
- Stefanie Deluca is a sociologist and the James Coleman Professor of Sociology at Johns Hopkins University, as well as the Director of the Poverty and Inequality Research Lab. She co-wrote the book, Coming of Age in the Other America. Deluca received her Ph.D. in Human Development and Social Policy at Northwestern University in 2002 and bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Sociology at the University of Chicago.
- Philip Tegeler is the Executive Director of the Poverty & Race Research Action Council, a civil rights policy organization based in Washington, DC. PRRAC’s mission is to promote research-based advocacy on structural inequality issues, with a specific focus on the causes and consequences of housing and school segregation. Mr. Tegeler has written extensively on the application of civil rights law to federal housing and education policy, including most recently, Housing Choice Voucher Reform: A Primer for 2021 and Beyond.
This important full-day symposium is free to NAHRO members and just $49 for non-members – sign up today!