Solving California’s Affordable Housing Crisis: Innovative Policy Approaches

Event Details

Join Rise Economy and the California Community Land Trust Network at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 8 for a funders-only virtual briefing and conversation with foundation, public sector and community leaders on innovative policy strategies aimed at bridging the capital gap and increasing investment in affordable housing and BIPOC homeownership. Gain insights from expert speakers and learn about ongoing campaigns that could significantly impact California’s housing crisis, stabilize communities, and enhance climate resilience.

This event is designed for staff, trustees of grantmaking institutions, funder networks, and philanthropic advisors. If you're passionate about driving change and addressing California's housing crisis, this briefing is for you.

Solving the Problem

California has implemented various bills and measures to support affordable housing and prevent homelessness, but the crisis is too significant for the public sector alone to tackle. Other states have incentivized financial institutions to invest in housing strategies and meet the financial needs of low- and moderate-income communities. It’s time for California to ensure that corporations doing business in the state play a role in deploying private capital to meet the housing needs of our communities.

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Speakers

Isaac G. Bryan

State Assemblymember,
District 55

Holly J. Mitchell

Los Angeles County Supervisor,
2nd District

Jarrett Tomás Barrios

Senior Vice President of Strategic Community & Programmatic Initiatives,
California Community Foundation

Paulina Gonzalez-Brito

Paulina Gonzalez-Brito

Chief Executive Officer,
Rise Economy

Aboubacar “Asn” Ndiaye

Executive Director,
Northern California Land Trust

Leo Goldberg

Co-Director for Policy and Capacity Building,
California Community Land Trust Network

Dr. Manuel Pastor

Distinguished Professor of Sociology and American Studies & Ethnicity, USC and
Director, USC California Equity Research Institute