“The information given at plenaries. Thank you for selecting such thoughtful, engaged, and informed speakers!”
“Diverse perspectives, awesome networking opportunities, and great discussions”
“Hearing about different ideas to ameliorate child poverty, talking about importance of dignity”
“The conference is excellently run and very valuable”
“The plenaries were insightful and stressed childhood poverty, which gave me a different lens.”
“…the value of the Summit was getting us to look at our issues differently. That opened up a way to approach my work more effectively!”
“Thank you for hosting. This has been one of the best conferences I have attended both in term so the quality of presenters and general organization. I am looking forward to implementing ideas and attending next year.”
From top: Kollin Min (Gates Foundation), and David Fukuzawa (Kresge Foundation) Susan Thomas (Melville Charitable Trust) in the plenary "Philanthropy’s Investment in Long-Term Change;" CLPHA Board President & King County Housing Authority Executive Director Stephen Norman; Summit attendees at the event's networking recpetion; panelists on the Aligning Health and Housing Systems with Data Analytics breakout panel; David Willams (Opportunity Insights) and Colin Groth (StriveTogether) in conversation during the plenary "Neighborhoods Matter: Translating Research to Policy;" Dr. Camara Jones delivers the Summit's keynote address, "Getting to the Root of Health Disparities: Understanding and Addressing Social Inequities"
The Housing Is Initiative, led by the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities, helps build a future where systems work together to improve life outcomes.
Fragmented service delivery systems and sioed policymaking often fail to address the needs of low-income individuals and families holistically, resulting in stagnant outcomes and costly inefficiencies. CLPHA’s Housing Is Initiative is based on the premise that systems can better meet these needs and improve life outcomes when they work together.