Wednesday, May 17, 2017: Weathering the Storm: Oklahoma’s Economy and Housing Markets, plus, Coalition Update,
Plan now to attend the Affordable Housing Coalition Annual Meeting – May 17, 2017 immediately following the Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency’s Board of Trustees meeting for round one Tax Credit Award announcements.
Keynote speaker Chad Wilkerson, Vice-President and Branch Executive of the Federal Reserve Bank (FRB) of Kansas City-OKC Branch will present Weathering the Storm: Oklahoma’s Economy and Housing markets.
Steven Shepelwich, Senior Community Development advisor of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – OKC Branch will share Investment Connection: Funding CRA eligible projects. Investment Connection provides a platform to connect nonprofits, banks and other funders to partner on development programs that serve low and moderate-income areas and individuals.
The Oklahoma Coalition for Affordable Housing will provide an update on 2016 results and 2017 activities.
Our Annual Meeting is an excellent place to network with industry leaders.
Register Here. May 17 from 12-2 p.m
Central Oklahoma Home Builder’s Association
420 East Britton Road , Oklahoma City, OK 73114
Thank you to our sponsors! Sponsorships available.
Silver Sponsors: Enid Regional Development Alliance; Mental Health Association Oklahoma; Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency; Riggs, Abney, Neal, Turpen, Orbison, & Lewis; Southern Design Group Architects; Sugar Creek Capital; Volunteers of America Oklahoma
July 2017 – Qualified Action Plan Luncheon. Sponsorships Available.
August 2017 – September 2017 – Regional Housing Forums. This years Regional Housing Forums will be held in Ardmore, Enid, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Sponsorships Available.
October 2017 – Fair Housing Training including the ICP vs TDHCA Supreme Court Case Overview and HUD’s AFFH. Sponsorships Available.
2017 Premiere Sponsor:
Midwest Housing Equity Group, Inc.
President: Wanda DeBruler
President Elect: Greg Shinn
Past President: Andrea Frymire
Secretary: Sarah Kin
Treasurer: Lisa Powell