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CHC Speaking on 2 OFN Conference Panels - Oct 20-23, 2019

"Beyond Units and AMI: Expanding the Impact Discussion in the Affordable Housing Sector" CHC is proud to participate in the panel presentation "Beyond Units and AMI: Expanding the Impact Discussion in the Affordable Housing Sector" on Monday, October 21st from 4:15pm to 5:30pm at Opportunity Finance Network's 2019 Conference to be held in Washington, D.C. In this joint panel discussion, CHC staff members, Angie Waddell, Director of Impact and Loan Admin Officer, and Debra Turner, SVP/Chief Loan Administrator will join with Jessica Pedersen from Pacific Community Ventures, Kevin Fanfoni, Calvert Impact Capital, Rashel Tripett, Partners for the Common Good, and Chris Krehmeyer, Beyond Housing (and CHC board member) in a facilitated roundtable where CDFIs, participants, affordable housing developers, and Impact Measurement and Management (IMM) experts will discuss the opportunity and challenges associated with highlighting the diverse impacts associated with affordable housing and developing the right accountability systems to assess progress.

"Show me the (Single Family) Money: Specific Strategies to Attract Capital for Single-Family Development" Cindy Holler, President, and CEO of Community Housing Capital will join the National Community Stabilization Trust (NCST) and other CDFI panelists to speak about how mission-oriented single-family developers often struggle to obtain capital to fund the acquisition and rehab of distressed residential properties. Learn how CDFIs can meet this need with access to affordable, flexible financing. This round table discussion will explore capital acquisition strategies including accessing debt and equity sources along with specific examples. Learn how to put together a "credit package' of various documents to improve your chances of getting capital from a lender and explore issues of racial equity in making capital more accessible for neighborhoods of color. Don't miss your chance to participate in table breakout conversations with these experts so you can ask deeper questions and review examples of successful collaborations in this space.