Join us for ANHD’s 8th Annual Community Development Conference
Friday, May 18th in the
Empire State Ballroom, Grand Hyatt NYC
With Keynote Speaker
Governor, Federal Reserve System
Each year, ANHD’s Community Development policy conference uniquely brings different constituencies – community groups, mission-driven developers, neighborhood organizers, banks and bank regulators, foundation funders, and government decision makers – together for a full day of timely policy and skills workshops, high-profile plenary speakers, and networking to discuss the most pressing issues of the community development movement.
We are pleased to announce this year’s Build.Community.Power Conference will feature 12 different sessions focused on community development. Registrants for the day have the opportunity to attend up to three sessions, all of which fall into one or more of our 7 core community development areas:
- Ending Displacement
- Mission-Driven Development
- Responsible Banking
- Land Use Justice
- Equitable Economic Development
- Fighting for Affordable Housing
- Building the Capacity of the Movement
ANHD’s 2018 planned sessions include:
- Public Investment for Private Gain? Why the City Must Do More to Ensure Shared Public Benefit
- Radicalizing Our Organizing Work, Inspirations for Innovation
- Community Reinvestment Act Turns 40: Where We’ve Come and What’s at Stake
- Deconstructing Gendered Spaces in the Community Development Movement
- A Bridge Too FAR? The Opportunities and Limitations in Organizing Around Rezonings
- Making the Most of Our Victories
- Gentrification Beyond Housing: Economic Displacement to Cultural Displacement
- Emerging Issues in the Expiring-Use Affordability Crisis
- The Problem With Race Neutral Solutions for Racialized Issues
- Vanishing Storefronts: Addressing NYC’s Small Business Displacement and Vacancy
- Access to Financial Services for Immigrant Populations
- Mission Driven Development and The Fight Against Speculation
Meet Our Keynote Speaker
Lael Brainard, Governor of the Federal Reserve System
Prior to her appointment to the Board, Dr. Brainard served as Undersecretary of the U.S. Department of Treasury from 2010 to 2013 and Counselor to the Secretary of the Treasury in 2009. During this time, she was the U.S. Representative to the G-20 Finance Deputies and G-7 Deputies and was a member of the Financial Stability Board. She received the Alexander Hamilton Award for her service.
Our Afternoon Policy Plenary
Displacement is a growing crisis for New Yorkers as more and more communities confront this rising threat. But the effects of gentrification reach beyond just housing. Displacement is an increasingly central concern, and a central point of analysis for people and organizations concerned with issues such as police violence, schools and education, health inequality, economic justice, and environmental justice.
Each sector is asking key questions – What is the impact that displacement is having on our communities and neighborhoods? How do other sectors see and approach the fight to stay and over control of space? How do we work across movements to achieve equitable communities?
Our Afternoon Policy Plenary will discuss the impacts of displacement from sectors outside of housing movement, and ask what lessons we can draw to take a more powerful, comprehensive approach to fighting displacement.
- J. Phillip Thompson, Deputy Mayor for Strategic Policy Initiatives, New York City Mayor’s Office (Moderator)
- Javier Lopez, Assistant Commissioner over Systems Partnership in the Center for Health Equity, NYC Dept. of Health & Mental Hygiene
- Matt Gonzales, School Diversity Project Director, New York Appleseed
- Nevin Cohen, Ph.D., Research Director, CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute, CUNY School of Public Health
- Joo-Hyun Kang, Director, Communities United for Police Reform
We thank these organizations for their support!
Dime Community Bank
New York Community Bank
Citi Community Development
Deutsche Bank Americas
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Valley National Bank
Goldstein Hall PLLC
Bank of New York Mellon
Community Preservation Corporation
Metropolitan Commercial Bank
Richman Housing Resources LLC