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The Current State of Workforce Housing in Miami-Dade County

  • Gregg Fortner, Executive Director, Miami-Dade Public Housing Agency



Needs and Solutions in South Florida Housing and Community Development
This panel session explored views on high priority needs and current initiatives in the South Florida community.

Panelists, from left to right:

  • Jim Murley, Executive Director, South Florida Regional Planning Council
  • Arden Shank, President and CEO, Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida
  • Albert Milo, Principal and Vice President, Related Urban Development Group
  • Matthew Greer, CEO, Carlisle Development Group
  • Stephanie Berman-Eisenberg, President and CEO, Carrfour Supportive Housing
  • Mario Artecona, CEO, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami
  • Ralph Rosado, Executive Director, South Florida Community Development Coalition (moderator)


Workforce Housing: Regaining Traction and Moving Forward
This panel session features insight on initiatives to bring public, private and non-profit resources to bear on the critical shortage of housing for low and middle-income wage earners in South Florida and across the U.S.

Panelists, from left to rightt:

  • Pam Patenaude, Director, Housing Policy, Bipartisan Policy Center
  • Alphonso Jackson, Vice Chairman, Mortgage Banking, JPMorgan Chase and Former U.S. Secretary, Housing and Urban Development
  • J. Ronald Terwilliger, Commissioner, Bipartisan Policy Center Housing Commission and Chairman Emeritus, Trammell Crow Residential
  • Senator Mel Martinez, Chairman, Southeast and Latin America and Chairman, JPMorgan Chase Foundation, JPMorgan Chase & Co.; Co-Chair, Bipartisan Policy Center Housing Commission; and Former U.S. Secretary, Housing and Urban Development (moderator)

Keynote Session
A candid conversation on the future roles of the public and private sectors in workforce housing, with a focus on needs and opportunities in high density urban areas such as South Florida.
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