Opportunity in the Crisis: Findings from a Year of Research on Renters in the Pandemic and the Programs Needed to Stabilize Them
- Mary K. Cunningham, Vice President, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center, Urban Institute @marykcunningham
- Erika Poethig, Special Assistant to the President, Housing and Urban Policy, White House Domestic Policy Council @Erika_Poethig
Panel: Where do we stand in the eviction crisis and what has worked to keep renters stably housed?
- Lisa Bates, Associate Professor, Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University @Portland_State
- Mark Treskon, Senior Research Associate, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center, Urban Institute @MarkTreskon
- Emma Foley, Research Analyst, National Low Income Housing Coalition @EmmaCFoley
- Reed Jordan, Housing Affordability Grant Program Manager, Wells Fargo (moderator) @WellsFargo
Panel: How have landlords responded to the pandemic and what are the implications of their behaviors?
- Elijah de la Campa, Senior Research Associate in Economics and Urban Analytics, Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative @elijahdelacampa
- Nathaniel Decker, Postdoctoral Scholar, Terner Center for Housing Innovation, University of California, Berkeley @TernerHousing
- Lauren Lowery, Program Director, Housing and Community Development, National League of Cities @lowery_la
- Mercedeh Mortazavi, Vice President, Global Philanthropy, JPMorgan Chase & Co. (moderator) @jpmorgan
- Ingrid Gould Ellen, Paulette Goddard Professor of Urban Policy and Planning, New York University; Director, Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy @NYUWagner
Cunningham, Mary K.; Bates, Lisa; Poethig, Erika; Treskon, Mark; Foley, Emma; Jordan, Reed; de la Campa, Elijah; Decker, Nathaniel; Lowery, Lauren; Mortazavi, Mercedeh; and Gould Ellen, Ingrid, "Opportunity in the Crisis: Findings from a Year of Research on Renters in the Pandemic and the Programs Needed to Stabilize Them" (2021). Urban Studies and Planning Faculty Publications and Presentations. 329.