CONFIRMED SESSIONS – DRAFT! Updated – April 5, 2019
“Federal work on low income housing”
Denny Heck – pending congressional scheduling
US House Representative, Washington State
Denny Heck is the representative from Washington’s 10th Congressional District in the U.S. House. He was elected to his fifth term in the office 2018 and was first elected to the office in 2010. Heck is assigned to the Committee on Financial Services and is a member of the Subcommittee on Housing, Community Development & Insurance, and the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Prior to serving in Congress, Heck was a member of the Washington House of Representatives from 1976 through 1986.
“Report on low income housing from the Oregon Coast”
Lincoln County Commissioner
“How development of affordable housing helps people with disabilities”
Vice President of Policy Development, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
“Outcomes of Oregon HB 2001 & the 2019 legislative session”
Oregon State Legislative Panel
with Lisa Naito – Naito Public Affairs
“The architect’s perspective on low income housing development”
Joseph Lambke, LEEDap
“Billing Medicaid for Non-clinical Supportive Housing Services”
Washington County Housing Department
“Housing Advocacy for People with Mental Illness at the Oregon Legislature”
KEYNOTE – “Models of Peer Respite Services“
Keris Myrick, MS, MBA
Los Angeles County Mental Health Division
Screening of “Priced Out: 15 Years of Gentrification in Portland, Oregon”
Journalist and filmmaker
Street Roots + CAHOOTS – street outreach and intervention models
Session on private sobriety housing, including Oxford Houses, new Muslim cooperative, Bridges to Change, Jason Johnson – Sober Living Oregon.