2019 Housing the Bay Summit Slides
June 21, 2019
Take a look at our Housing the Bay Summit Presentations.
Coffee and pastries will be provided.
Kim Diamond, Managing Director, Trumark Urban (Chair, ULI San Francisco)
Michelle Malanca Frey, Executive Director, ULI San Francisco
A national voice in policies to address equity in our communities, Dr. Michael McAfee brings leadership experience from organizations such as PolicyLink, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and BRIDGE Housing. Drawing from his deep work on transformational initiatives, he will share a vision for the creation of meaningful change.
Recommendations from the Bay Area CASA Compact are working their way through the legislature while Governor Newsom has announced a complementary set of initiatives that are poised to transform California’s housing landscape. A dynamic mix of housing leaders and legislators will discuss the Compact strategies and statewide initiatives to protect tenants, preserve affordable housing, and stimulate new housing production in the Bay Area and across California.
Leslye Corsiglia, Executive Director, SV@Home
Alicia Aguirre, Council Member, Redwood City Council
Ben Metcalf, Director, California Department of Housing and Community Development
Nancy Skinner, Senator, California State Senate
Scott Wiener, Senator, California State Senate
Bill Witte, Chairman and CEO, Related California
The costs of conventional construction in the Bay Area have reached unsustainable levels, stopping production in its tracks, and increasing costs for everyone. Necessity is the mother of invention, and creative, efficient solutions are being proposed at all scales. Entrepreneurs and experts will discuss new strategies and techniques to deliver housing to tackle this problem head on.
Naomi Porat, Strategic Advisor, Factory_OS (Moderator)
Jason Laub, COO, RAD Urban
Jeff Morrow, Program Manager, Timber & Innovations Group, Lendlease
V. Fei Tsen, Founder and Managing Partner, Windflower Properties
Michael Yarne, Co-Founder, Social Construct
Coffee and pastries will be provided.
As the economy continues to grow throughout the Bay Area, extreme pressure has been put on the housing market. At first glance, it seems like a solution to build more housing at all income levels is the right one. But how can we do this while also preventing displacement? By looking at the history of development, and segregation, in the Bay Area this panel will begin to explore how different cities are working to retain economic and racial diversity by thinking more about where they should build and for whom.
Calvin Gladney, President and CEO, Smart Growth America (Moderator)
Gloria Bruce, Executive Director, East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO)
Karen Chapple, Professor of City and Regional Planning, UC Berkeley, Urban Displacement Project
Lydia Tan, Managing Director, Real Estate, Oakland Athletics
Many families that are qualified for subsidized houses go homeless every year because they are unable to locate housing they qualify for. How can technology help these renters find housing that matches their needs? Tyrone Poole of OneApp talks about what can happen to a rental market in a city when renters are empowered with information about their options.
Grab your lunch and have a seat at any of the numbered tables with the day’s speakers for a casual and lively dialogue. Each table will have a sign on it that corresponds to specific sessions (see map at front of booklet). First-come, first-served.
Over 28,000 people lack permanent shelter in the Bay Area, a crisis directly related to a lack of affordable housing options. Experts will explore strategies to address homelessness with perspectives that transcends city boundaries as solutions must be coordinated regionally in order to make an impact.
Darin Ranelletti, Policy Director for Housing Security, City of Oakland (Moderator)
Adrian Covert, Vice President of Public Policy, Bay Area Council
Rebecca Foster, Executive Director, San Francisco Housing Accelerator Fund
Discussion Table: Housing Finance
This interactive session invites you to engage with out of the box, provocative ideas for addressing the housing inequalities that touch race, generation, age, ability, and socio-economic status. A diverse group of innovators and entrepreneurs will present their solutions and challenges to create opportunities for everyone to have access to housing – in three minutes or less!
Tomiquia Moss, CEO, Hamilton Homes (Moderator)
Micaela Connery, Founder, The Kelsey
Karen Coppock, Director, Home Match SF
Molly McCabe, Co-Founder, The Lotus Campaign
Iliana Niculescu-Roman, Founder, DENS
William F. Pickel, Executive Director, Brilliant Corners
Noni Session, Executive Director, East Bay Permanent Real Estate Cooperative
Sonja Trauss, Executive Director, California Renters Legal Advocacy and Education Fund
We’ve all heard in the news about large corporations and impact investors dedicating significant resources to fund affordable housing and homelessness initiatives.Can this new model of shared responsibility make an impact on the low-income and workforce housing industry’s largely unmet need for low-cost capital? Hear from players on both sides of the equation as to how this model can ignite housing production in the Bay Area.
Diane Olmstead, President, Fillmore Capital Affordable Housing (Moderator)
Katie Ferrick, Senior Director of Workplace, Community & Environment, LinkedIn
Joshua Simon, Executive Director, East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC)
John Vu, Vice President, Strategy, Kaiser Permanente
Cynthia Wong, Executive Director, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)
The launch of Minneapolis 2040 was a watershed moment. A major American city had chosen to reckon with the ignominious history of exclusionary zoning and was prepared to make it right. Led by Lisa Bender, President of the Minneapolis City Council, find out how Minneapolis cultivated public buy-in to eliminate single family zoning, mandate density, and make crucial steps towards creating a more equitable city.
Adhi Nagraj, Senior Vice President, McCormack Baron Salazar (Interviewer)
Lisa Bender, President, Minneapolis City Council
Our housing crisis is impacting people, businesses, and communities well beyond the nine-county Bay Area. Mayors across the state are on the front lines of this crisis and how they choose to deal with this monumental challenge will impact the prosperity and livability of their cities for decades to come. Liam Dillon of the LA Times will lead a discussion with four California mayors demonstrating leadership on housing that reflects the scale and depth of the challenge.
Liam Dillon, Staff Writer, LA Times (Moderator)
Sam Liccardo, Mayor, City of San Jose
Libby Schaaf, Mayor, City of Oakland
Darrell Steinberg, Mayor, City of Sacramento
Michael Tubbs, Mayor, City of Stockton
Libby Seifel, Owner, Seifel Consulting
Eric Tao, Managing Partner, L37 Partners
This reception is sponsored by Pacific American Group