National Center for Healthy Housing's 20th Anniversary Leadership Conference
This conference will focus on bridging science, policy, training, and philanthropy to provide a comprehensive view of healthy housing issues and collective solutions. It will bring together leaders from affordable housing, environmental public health, environmental justice, energy efficiency, philanthropy, business, and many others. (February 13-15, 2013; Washington, DC)
- Event Types(s)
Feb 13, 2013 04:00 PM
Feb 16, 2013 01:00 AM
- Renaissance Wathington DC Hotel
- Focus area(s)
- Climate Change / Energy
- Environmental Health
- Environmental Justice
- Public Health
- Contact Email
Twenty years ago, the National Center for Lead-Safe Housing was founded by the Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning and Enterprise Foundation, with funding from Fannie Mae. Since that time, we have worked with advocates, policy-makers, and practitioners across the country to reduce health and safety hazards in homes.
Today, as the National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH), we are proudly marking our 20th year of service. To celebrate this milestone and to acknowledge our many partners, we are holding a 20th Anniversary National Healthy Housing Leadership Conference from February 13-15, 2013 in Washington, DC. This landmark event will bring together leaders from affordable housing, environmental public health, environmental justice, energy efficiency, philanthropy, business, and many others. The conference will go beyond celebratory to energize all those involved in our movement by providing cutting edge information and resources, outstanding networking opportunities, and opportunities for action.
Not your average conference, this event will focus on bridging science, policy, training, and philanthropy to provide a comprehensive view of healthy housing issues and collective solutions. Don't miss out - register today!
Sponsorship Opportunities Available
An important reason to sponsor the 20th Anniversary Healthy Housing Leadership Conference is to invest in the future work and mission of NCHH. But sponsorship also provides the opportunity to get your name and organization in front of an intimate and targeted expert audience. Please contact Phillip Dodge if you're interested in becoming a sponsor.