On March 4, Oystertree Senior Advisor, Lisa Hodges, will participate in a panel discussion hosted by Next City at the National Building Museum with key leaders in housing, lending, real estate and government to discuss the future of housing policy by examining the role of one of its most fundamental actors – the Federal Housing Administration. This panel discussion, sponsored by Bank of America, is held in partnership with Penn Institute for Urban Research, The Urban Institute and National Building Museum, and will feature experts including:
Carol Galante, HUD/FHA; Lisa Hodges, Oystertree; Mike Malloy, Bank of America; Susan Wachter, Penn Institute for Urban Research; and Sarah Wartell, The Urban Institute–with introductory remarks by Diana Lind, Next City and Andrew Plepler, Bank of America.
Can’t make it? Across the country? Follow @nextcityorg on Twitter for live-tweets and use the hashtag #FHA to participate in the discussion. A post-event recap will be featured at nextcity.org.
March 4, 2013; 10:30am-12:30pm
The National Building Museum
401 F Street NW, Washington, DC
The event is free, but preregistration is required.