Housing and Economic Development as Levers of Health Symposium
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The Symposium will provide an overview of the intersection of housing and economic development and the roles that banks and community development organizations can play. Through 2 panel sessions, experts will discuss how to creatively use capital and economic development tools to support affordable housing that will positively impact resident health.
Please note there is limited capacity. Register today!
Check-in and Networking
Kickoff and Welcome
David Erickson from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco will provide an overview of the intersection of housing and economic development and health. He will cover why this is important and why banks and community development organizations should care.
Housing as a Lever for Health
Panelists will provide an overview of how capital and investments by healthcare and others can be used creatively to support affordable housing and services to impact resident health.
Rachel Heller, CEO, CHAPA
- Brian Rahmer, VP, Health and Housing, Enterprise Community Partners
- Frank Robinson, Vice President, Public Health, Baystate Health
- Gail Latimore, Executive Director, Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corp (CSNDC)
- Aaron Gornstein, President and CEO, Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc. (POAH)
Economic Development as a Lever for Health
Panelists will discuss creative uses of capital and tools for economic development which impact resident health and neighborhood well-being. The panel will also discuss how to measure neighborhood health impacts of economic development.
Joe Kriesberg, President, MACDC
- Joe Flatley, President & CEO, Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation (MHIC)
- Maggie Super Church, Vice President for Market Innovation and Impact, CLF Massachusetts
- Christopher Scoville, Senior Vice President, Community Development Lending, Eastern Bank
- John Waite, Executive Director, Franklin County CDC
Economic Development Q&A
Sponsored by MACDC, the Federal Home Loan Bank Boston, Enterprise, CHAPA and Boston Medical Center