February 15, 2019
February 15, 2019
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
600 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA 02210
February 15th marks the deadline for the federal government to reach a budget agreement or face another shutdown. Join us to learn breaking updates from experts working on-the-ground in Washington, DC!
With an ongoing government shut down and proposed changes to key federal housing policies, including The Low Income Housing Tax Credit, The Fair Housing Act, and the Community Reinvestment Act, what will be the impact on affordable housing development and preservation in Massachusetts?
Join CHAPA for our third annual roundtable discussion on doing business in times of uncertainty. Hear the latest from D.C. and how business is moving forward in Massachusetts.
- Secretary Michael Kennealy, Massachusetts Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development
- Chrystal Kornegay, Executive Director, MassHousing
- Moderator: Felicia Jacques, Vice President of Development, Maloney Properties
- David Gasson, Executive Director, Housing Advisory Group
- Diane Yentel, President & CEO, National Low Income Housing Coalition
State Impacts Panel
- Moderator: Roger Herzog, Executive Director, Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC)
- Dara Kovel, Chief Executive Officer, Beacon Communities
- Kathy McGilvray, Director of Investment, Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation (MHIC)
- Richard C. Muraida, Senior Vice President, Rockland Trust
- Jeanne Pinado, Chief Executive Officer, Madison Park Development Corporation
- Kate Racer, Associate Director, Department of Housing and Community Development
- Clark Ziegler, Executive Director, Massachusetts Housing Partnership
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