EMERGING DEVELOPER PROGRAM: Increasing Minority and Women Participation in Affordable Housing

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EMERGING DEVELOPER PROGRAM: Increasing Minority and Women Participation in Affordable Housing

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Downtown Conference Center 157 William St 1st Floor, Amphitheater New York, NY 10038

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Join Goldstein Hall for a seminar focusing on increasing minority participation in affordable housing. Our panel of industry experts will discuss:
  • how to become an M/WBE certified developer or contractor,
  • maximizing resources and opportunities available once a developer/ contractor is part of the M/WBE cohort (including HPD lead programs),
  • breaking into the affordable housing network (who are the key players, securing public and private partnerships and tips to prepare for new projects),
  • policy recommendations to improve the current regulatory landscape and promote the mayor’s goal to increase M/WBE participation.
This panel will provide intellectual capital, which will serve as a means of furthering emerging minority developers and contractors in affordable housing.


FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2017
8:30 am – 10:30 am

*NEW LOCATION*

Downtown Conference Center
157 William St, 1st Floor, Amphitheater
New York, NY 10038

Panelists:
Manuel Burgos, Owner, BTN Consulting
Hon. Adolfo Carrion, Founder and CEO, Metro Futures LLC
Baaba Halm, Assistant Commissioner, NYC Housing Preservation and Development
Randall Toure, CDO, BEC New Communities, HDFC

Seminar Co-sponsored by:

New York State Association of Minority Contractors (NYSAMC)

FREE Seminar. Light refreshments will be served.