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Tools and Resources to Promote Community Transformation (AC18)

Published on October 16, 2018

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Community engagement is one of the most effective ways to get people involved in the growth and development of their communities. Learn how data and information from sources such as Opportunity360 and PrezCat can inform critical communications with residents, community members, and other stakeholders. Study the National Housing Trust’s Where Will We Live and NLIHC’s Opportunity Starts at Home campaigns.Get evidence-based messaging recommendations that can be used to advance an affordable housing and community development agenda.

DISCUSSION LEADER
J. Michael Hawkins, Ph.D., AICP, Managing Director of Community Outreach | Virginia Housing Development Authority

PARTICIPANTS
Taí M. Coates, Media Campaign Organizer | National Housing Trust
Andy Masters, Strategic Partnership Manager, Knowledge, Impact and Strategy | Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
Chantelle Wilkinson, National Campaign Coordinator, Opportunity Starts at Home | National Low Income Housing Coalition

Delivered during NCSHA’s 2018 Annual Conference & Showplace

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