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Wednesday, October 3
Opening Session: Housing as a Vaccine
Housing can act like a vaccine to provide multiple long-lasting benefits. In the medical realm, vaccines provide immunity from disease and can be targeted for specific groups. Vaccines produce a return on
Thursday, October 4
Breakfast and Plenary Session: Housing on the Hill
Amy Broadwater, RubinBrown
David Gasson, Boston Capital, Housing Advisory Group
Beth Mullen, CohnReznick
Mike Morrison, Novogradac & Company
Sponsored by: U.S. Bank
Washington politics has continued to keep us on our toes. This panel is incredibly in-tune and up-to-date with all of the changes and challenges for housing and tax policies. Get ready for a deep D.C. discussion with a
strong dose of coffee!
Public Policy Luncheon: The Political Landscape
Steve Welchert, The Welchert Company
Sponsored by: CHFA
This year’s public policy luncheon will feature Steve Welchert, an expert—and entertaining—Colorado political consultant and strategist. Over the years, Steve has worked on hundreds of candidate and issue campaigns in over a dozen states. Attendees will get the inside scoop on the upcoming November elections and what they mean for Colorado’s political landscape.
Friday, October 5
Brunch Plenary Session: Walk of Love
‘Papa’ Joe Bradford grew up in extreme poverty, experienced time in prison, and fought a deadly kidney disease. From these struggles, Joe developed a heart for the poor and oppressed. In Walk of Love, Joe will inspire audiences through his personal journey of finding his life’s purpose, and will help you recognize the purpose that difficult seasons have in developing who we are—warriors made from love.