Economic and Housing Market Update
October 28, 2015
8:00-12:15 (optional afternoon training 1:30-4:30)
Center of New Hampshire Conference Center
700 Elm Street, Manchester
Join us for this half-day of exploration and discussion of the latest economic and housing market data! This year's event features two keynote speakers, Luke Tate, Senior Policy Advisor at the White House Domestic Policy Council, and Chris Estes, President and CEO of the National Housing Conference. We'll wrap up the morning sessions with a panel of local housing and development experts on how they are seeing expected demographic changes impact today's housing market. In the afternoon, there is the option of attending a free three hour training on Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing.
Registration is $55 for the morning sessions or all day admission. The Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing training is free. Click here to register.
Welcome by Dean Christon
Executive Director, New Hampshire Housing
|8:45-9:00||Remarks by Governor Maggie Hassan (invited)|
Luke Tate, Senior Policy Advisor, White House Domestic Policy Council
Luke Tate serves as Special Assistant to the President for Economic Mobility, on the White House Domestic Policy Council. Luke works primarily on urban policy, economic mobility, neighborhood revitalization, housing, homelessness, nutrition assistance, and transportation, including leading the Promise Zones Initiative, White House Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative, and Rental Policy Working Group. He previously served at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as senior advisor for urban policy, and as special assistant to the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. At HUD he helped develop Choice Neighborhoods, a revitalization tool for high-poverty neighborhoods, and the Partnership for Sustainable Communities, to help regions meet their housing, transportation, environmental, and economic goals. Luke was a member of the Presidential Transition team. Prior to joining the Obama Administration, he did community development and educational work in Nicaragua, and worked on community policy in the Office of the Governor of Arizona. He grew up in central Phoenix, Arizona and is a graduate of Harvard University.
Chris Estes, President and CEO of the National Housing Conference
Chris Estes joined the National Housing Conference in 2012 after nine years as the head of the North Carolina Housing Coalition, one of the nation's best-known state housing groups. He leads NHC's policy and advocacy work both in Washington and throughout the country. Prior to his work at the Coalition, he served as a development officer for several different nonprofits in the Raleigh-Durham region. He holds MAs in City and Regional Planning and Social Work, both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as well as a BA in Labor Relations from UNC-Chapel Hill.
Panel Discussion - How the Market is Responding to Forecasted Demographic Changes
Moderator: Steve Norton, Executive Director, NH Center for Public Policy Studies
Optional Afternoon Training
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Training
Jeffrey May, Assistant Director, National Neighbors
This training will begin with a brief history of segregation and discrimination in the U.S. and examples of government policies that promote segregation and discrimination. It will explain both disparate impact and Areas of Opportunity and their relevance to Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing, as well as provide an overview of Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing and its application in New Hampshire.
Economic/Market Update Sponsors
Caine Mitter & Associates Incorporated
Sponsorship opportunities are currently available.