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2020 Housing + Access Summit videos

Keynote Speaker – Richard Rothstein

Author of  The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How our Government Segregated America, and Distinguished Fellow of the Economic Policy Institute and a fellow of the Thurgood Marshall Institute of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and of the Haas Institute at the University of California at Berkeley.

 

Midday Keynote Speaker – Calvin Gladney, LEED AP

President and CEO, Smart Growth America

 

Building Equitable Educational Opportunities panel

Moderator: Claudio Sanchez, Former Education Correspondent, NPR 
Panelists: Megan Gallagher, Urban Institute & Sondra Samuels, Northside Achievement Zone
Historically, segregation of neighborhoods and education has limited equitable access to opportunities and economic mobility. Today, the growing housing affordability crisis in the United States is affecting school closures and disrupting the quality of education. This panel addressed unique policies and place-based initiatives that improve housing and educational opportunities, explored community programs that seek to close the academic achievement gap, and discussed housing and education partnerships that lead to more equitable outcomes.

 

 

Moving Toward Healthy Communities panel

Moderator: Dr. Michael Hole, Dell Medical School, University of Texas at Austin 
Panelists: Robin Hacke, Center for Community Investment & Ruth Thomas-Squance, Build Healthy Places Network
Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and is not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Health is shaped by a variety of factors, including the built environment, access to job opportunities, education and more. From the zoning of harmful land uses to the racial divides of congested highways and access to basic needs, the physical design of communities impacts health conditions and life expectancy. This panel will focus on solutions to move toward healthy communities, including collaborative community investment, policies to improve the social determinants of health, and innovative strategies that reshape the way we connect health to the built environment.

 

 

A conversation between Richard Rothstein and Claudio Sanchez

 

Judge Sarah Eckhardt welcome address

Sarah Eckhardt, Travis County Judge

 

Mayor Steve Adler welcome address

Steve Adler, Mayor, City of Austin

 


2020 Housing + Access Summit – Thank You to our Sponsors!

 

Presenting Sponsor


Diamond Sponsor

 


Platinum Sponsors

   

 


Gold Sponsors

 


 


Silver Sponsors 

Austin Area Research Organization ∗ Austin Habitat for Humanity ∗ NeighborWorks America

the NRP group ∗ Real Estate Council of Austin ∗ St. David’s Foundation


Bronze Sponsors 

Amerigroup ∗ Austin Chamber of Commerce ∗ Austin ECHO ∗ Broadway Bank

Central Health ∗ City of San Marcos ∗ The Expanding Horizons Foundation ∗ Integral Care

Structure Development ∗ Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation

Texas Low Income Housing Information Service ∗ Wells Fargo


Supporting Partners

Parisa Fatehi-Weeks ∗ Frances Ferguson ∗ Nora Linares-Moeller ∗ Cile Montgomery