In recognition of homeownership month, Urban Institute and National Housing Conference will be co-hosting a convening called Catalysts for Change: Reducing the Racial Homeownership Gap. The event will feature remarks from Ginnie Mae President Alanna McCargo and a lunchtime fireside chat with DC Mayor Muriel Bowser. Panels include discussions of vertical and horizontal alignment of federal programs and resources, and best practices for closing the homeownership from local stakeholders. We will also showcase an innovative virtual “Data Walk” capturing learnings in homeownership policy from Urban Institute.
Catalysts for Change is brought to you by Wells Fargo, whose generous grantmaking supporting innovative practice, programs and research to close the racial homeownership made this event possible. This event will feature two panels on Federal Interventions in Homeownership Disparities and Aligning Federal and Local Policy to Address the Racial Homeownership Gap. Read more about this event here, or register at the link below.