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Solving California’s Affordable Housing Crisis: Innovative Policy Approaches

Join Rise Economy and the California Community Land Trust Network for a funders-only virtual
briefing and conversation with foundation, public sector and community leaders on the
importance of corporate accountability in tackling the housing crisis. Presenters will share policy
strategies to address the capital gap by increasing banking sector investment in affordable
housing and BIPOC homeownership. Moderated by Dr. Manuel Pastor, funders will learn about
how these campaigns could generate significant resources and data to address the state's
affordable housing crisis, stabilize neighborhoods, and build climate resilience.

Registration Information

This event is a peer learning opportunity for staff and trustees of grantmaking institutions and
funder networks, and philanthropic advisors only.

Once your registration is approved you will receive a confirmation with a link for the meeting. If
you have questions about eligibility to register, please contact Sarita Ahuja at sahuja@rise-economy.org.

Speakers

Isaac G. Bryan

State Assemblymember, District 55

Leo Goldberg

Co-Director for Policy and Capacity Building

Paulina Gonzalez-Brito

Chief Executive Officer

Aboubacar Ndiaye

Executive Director

Dr. Manuel Pastor

Professor of Sociology and American Studies & Ethnicity

Co-Sponsors

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