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Forum on Housing Innovation and Best Practices for Disaster Recovery and Re...

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Fannie Mae Midtown Conference Center

1100 15th Street Northwest

Washington, DC 20005

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The Institute for Sustainable Development (ISD), Fannie Mae and FEMA are pleased to host a Spotlight Forum on Housing Innovation and Best Practices for Resilience and Community Safety on March 28. This is a must-attend event for anyone who is trying to improve how current housing recovery and resilience practices work. It is designed to be very participatory and a vehicle for surfacing ideas and solutions that connect the dots between local and state responders and national resources, and between the public and private sectors.

Featuring:

  • Jeffery R. Hayward, Executive Vice President and Head of Multifamily, Fannie Mae
  • Michael T. Hernandez, Vice President, Housing Access, Disaster Response & Rebuild, Fannie Mae
  • Christa Lopez, Director of Short-term Housing, Texas General Land Office
  • Laurie Vignaud, Assistant Director, Single Family and Economic Development, City of Houston, Texas
  • Gladys Cook, Technical Advisor, Disaster Housing Recovery Director, State of Florida
  • Emilio Colon-Zavala, PE, Chairman, Puerto Rico Builders Association, Puerto Rico and President, ECZ Group, San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Jennifer Gray Thompson, Executive Director, Rebuild North Bay Foundation, Sonoma County, California
  • Juan Fung, Applied Economics Office, Engineering Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • Kalandra Cruickshank, President & CEO, StateBook International
  • Chad Walton, President & CEO, SnapSpace Solutions
  • Debra Ballen, General Counsel and Chief Risk Officer, Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety
  • Timothy Carpenter, Director, Disaster Response & Rebuild, Housing Access, Fannie Mae
  • Stephen Jordan,CEO, Institute for Sustainable Development
  • Lynn A. Knight, CEcD, Institute for Sustainable Development and the International Economic Development Council
  • and more leaders in housing finance, policy, technology, and disaster recovery

The Forum is divided into four parts to encourage participation and surface ideas for future action:

(1) Identifying the housing issues that disaster recovery and community development leaders are most interested in solving,

(2) Surfacing challenges that community leaders in current disaster impact zones are facing,

(3) Showcasing possible innovations and solutions, and

(4) Developing recommendations for ongoing encouragement and development of innovative housing solutions.

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Fannie Mae Midtown Conference Center

1100 15th Street Northwest

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