Wednesday, June 28, 2017

2016 Agenda

ANHD Community Development Policy Conference

Building the Equitable City

Monday April 11, 2016   The Grand Hyatt


8:45 – 9:15           Breakfast and Networking

9:15 – 9:25           Intro Remarks

9:25 – 10:00        Morning Keynote: William Dudley, President, Federal Reserve Bank of NY

10:10 – 11:25      Morning Workshops Track 1
• Development: The City’s New Industrial Development Policy: CDCs, the Industrial Development Fund, and the “Mixed-Use Commercial” Proposal
• Anti- Displacement Part 1: Talking about Displacement
• Equitable Economic Development: Who Is Left Out, And Why? Strategies for Equitable Economic Development
• Homeownership: Trends, Barriers and Best Practices in 1-4 Family Lending in NYC

11:35 – 12:50      Morning Workshops Track 2
• 
Development: The Future of CDC Development in New York City
• Preservation: Anti-Displacement Part II: Promising Solutions & Emerging Campaigns
Equitable Economic Development: Hi-Tech Sector Economic Development–Why the Race and Gender Gap Matters
Homeownership: Preserving Affordable Homeownership: Trends and Policy Tools to Prevent Displacement

1:00                     Lunch

1:15 – 1:45         Afternoon Keynote – TBA:

1:45 – 2:45         Afternoon Policy Plenary:
How Do We Build A Future New York for Current New Yorkers?
Major elements of the de Blasio Administration’s agenda have raised the question of how to make policy that moves the city forward, but doesn’t do so at the expense of the people who are most vulnerable. This is true about the housing agenda, as the public debate heats up on zoning and displacement questions of the moment, as well as the Administration’s economic development agenda, which raises issues of how the City will balance supporting expanding a high-tech employment sectors without undermining other equitable economic development and neighborhood goals. This panel will grapple with the neighborhood and city-wide issues.
Moderator: Errol Lewis, New York 1
Panelists:
Kathy Wylde, Partnership for New York

Jerry Maldonado, Ford Foundation

Maria Torres Springer, NYC Economic Development Corporation
Cathy Dang, CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities
Donovan Richards, City Council



3:00 – 4:15       Afternoon Workshop Tracks

Development: Making NYCHA Development Opportunities Work for NYCHA and the Local Community
Special Session: Is Fair Housing Fair for New Yorkers?
Equitable Economic Development: The Geography of NYC Workforce Development: Working for a Deeper Community Impact
Special Session: Making the CRA Work for Your Local Neighborhood Issues

4:15 – 5:15           Cocktail Reception