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Housing Technology Series Event 2: Planning for New Supply

Housing Technology Series Event 2: Planning for New Supply

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Terner Housing Innovation Labs are hosting the second virtual symposium of the Housing Technology Series: Planning for New Supply on January 18, 2024. This event will look at how technology is affecting civic engagement related to housing development and how state and local governments, developers, and advocates are using technology when planning for new housing supply. The 90-minute event will be split into two conversations:

  1. Using Technology to Engage Residents in Housing Development and Land Use Planning
  2. Using Technology to Enable Developers, Planners, and Policymakers to Improve Zoning Codes and Select Sites for Housing Development

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Solomon Greene, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Policy Development and Research, HUD
  • Ben Metcalf, CEO, Terner Housing Innovation Labs
  • Chris Adams, President, A Balancing Act
  • Beth Lynk, Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, HUD
  • Taiwo Jaiyeoba, City Manager, City of Greensboro, NC
  • Annemarie Gray, Executive Director, Open New York
  • Olivia Ramos, CEO, Deepblocks
  • Alex Casey, Data Lab Director, Terner Labs
  • Claudia Monterrosa, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Grant Programs, Office of Community Planning and Development, HUD
  • Dan Reed, Regional Policy Director, Greater Greater Washington
  • Sara Bronin, Director, National Zoning Atlas

About the Housing Technology Series:

In this series announced by HUD Secretary Marcia L. Fudge at the Innovative Housing Showcase in June 2023, HUD and Terner Labs are bringing together panelists in the public sector, housing experts, technologists, entrepreneurs, and more to explore technological advances at the forefront of the housing industry. Each symposium will highlight emerging technological innovations and the opportunities they present to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all. The series will also identify the challenges that new technologies present and ways that public- and private-sector leaders can work together to accelerate progress and mitigate risks.

Additional Information

Thursday, January 18, 2024
1:00-2:30 pm EST
Virtual Event