I'm Taking a Job in Charlotte: How the High Cost of Housing is Hurting Massachusetts Businesses
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Pricey housing has increasingly become a challenge for businesses in our region looking to attract and retain top talent, and it is holding our economy back as much needed workers abandon greater Boston for more affordable regions of the country. Join us for an interactive discussion with city and state officials, developers and businesses on the future of affordable housing in the region. What role do they each play in tackling the crisis? What solutions are on the table? How does Massachusetts keep up with other states to produce and preserve housing that is accessible, inclusive and supportive of economic growth?
Please Join WBUR, Boston Capital, and The Alliance for Business Leadership for an interactive panel discussion with city and state officials, developers and businesses on the future of affordable housing in the region.
Mike Kennealy, Secretary, Executive Office of Housing and
Economic Development, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Rodger Brown, Jr., Managing Director, Real Estate Development, Preservation of Affordable Housing Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH)
Janelle Chan, Undersecretary, Department of Housing and Community Development
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Sheila Dillon, Chief of Housing and Director of Neighborhood Development
City of Boston
Aimee Sprung, Director, Technology & Civic Engagement Microsoft
Tiziana Dearing the host of Radio Boston