Webinar: Strategies to Combine Energy + Health Upgrades in Multifamily Housing

Tuesday, July 21, 2020 from 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM EDT

Discover innovative strategies that combine energy and health upgrades to promote resident health and wellness in affordable housing. Panelists will present case studies on partnerships and initiatives with affordable housing providers, hospitals, foundations, and other stakeholders to advance healthy housing initiatives.

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Tenderloin Neighborhood Garden

Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation's Tenderloin Neighborhood Garden  

During this webinar we will:

  • Learn how affordable housing owners and nonprofit hospitals can team up to use hospital community benefit funds for energy + health rehabilitation projects
  • Hear how Enterprise Community Partners, Kaiser Permanente, and affordable housing developers create Health Action Plans to integrate health into the development of housing
  • Learn about Mold Busters, New York City’s Housing Authority’s (NYCHA’s) mold remediation program to find and fix mold’s root causes
  • Share an early experience with Fitwel® certification for multifamily buildings and learn about HomeFree, the Healthy Building Network’s initiative to strengthen material specifications in affordable housing
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Drew Vernalia

Drew Vernalia is Asset Manager for Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation (CSNDC) in Massachusetts, overseeing management and resident life improvements across 19 affordable housing properties.

Krista Egger

Krista Egger is Director of Initiatives at Enterprise Community Partners, managing Enterprise's national green training and technical assistance programs.

Neil Steinkamp

Neil Steinkamp is a Complex Situations Consultant at Stout, a management consulting and financial advisory firm. He works with NYCHA to implement Mold Busters, its mold inspection and remediation program.

Ruchi Shah

Ruchi Shah is Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation’s (TNDC’s) Senior Sustainability Manager, managing TNDC’s portfolio-wide sustainability program across 42 affordable housing sites.

Roberto Valle Kinloch

Roberto Valle Kinloch is Healthy Building Network’s HomeFree Manager, supporting the affordable housing sector to co-create sustainable practices for selecting healthier and affordable building products.

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