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The Future of Affordable Housing in the US: Finding Solutions for Income Inequality in a Post-COVID America
The public event will explore potential solutions to America’s crisis of affordability in housing. We will explore the situation on the ground with regard to housing, and the looming evictions crisis, as the US emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic. Our panel, drawn from business executives, thought leaders, economists, and policy experts, will address critical questions, including:

—How effective have various stimulus and relief packages been at addressing the problem of housing insecurity in the US?
—What long-term opportunities might arise from changes in legislation (including reforms to the LIHTC)?
—How might the US adapt its crisis response to include more ‘automatic stabilisers’ in the housing market for those in need? How might this situation evolve under the new Biden presidency?
—What can state and municipal leaders do to foster the development of more affordable housing across the income spectrum?
—In what ways can business leaders and investors actually help?
—Given the tensions which can often arise between the ‘social’ and the ‘environmental’ components of ESG with regard to housing, how can these trade-offs be pragmatically resolved?

Overall, this event will address the issues of systemic inequity and bias as a result of access to affordable housing. The lecture will also explore potential solutions and policy reforms needed by the Biden Administration to address the problem.

This PPIL event will focus on the DEI essential skill of addressing systemic inequity, as well as covering the topic of social-economic status and classism.

Apr 12, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Alexis Crow
Richman Senior Fellow
Dr. Alexis Crow leads the Geopolitical Investing practice at PwC, helping leading companies and asset managers to capitalize on dislocations in order to profit and expand around the globe. Previously, she was Managing Director at New York-based G2 Investment Group, where she was responsible for developing investment strategies for the firm, and for providing counsel on geopolitical issues across asset classes. Prior to joining G2, Dr. Crow was an expert at the London, U.K.-based think-tank Chatham House (Royal Institute of International Affairs), where she led a project on managing risk across cultural boundaries, and which facilitated dialogue between governments, business executives and thought leaders in key global hotspots. Crow is a regular speaker on economics, finance, and geopolitics in conferences and thought leadership forums in Europe, Asia, the United States, and the Middle East.
Erik German
Richman Senior Fellow
I currently produce short documentaries for The New York Times’ Retro Report series, and write long-form print pieces for Amazon’s popular Kindle Singles platform. I count myself among the small but growing number of journalists who can produce multimedia packages where each element lives up to the highest standards of the form. I’ve worked on deadline from the Amazon rainforest to the streets of New York City, telling stories with words, pictures and sound. I know the art of phrasing questions that yield great bites and I’m practiced at pushing for details that resonate in print.
Richard Paul Richman, Esq. ’73
Chairman and Founder @The Richman Group Inc., Connecticut
Richard Paul Richman is the chairman and founder of The Richman Group and its affiliates. The Richman Group is the seventh largest apartment portfolio owner in the United States according to the National Multi-Housing Council. The firm's portfolio includes approximately 1,400 housing properties, containing nearly 110,000 apartment units located in 49 states, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, and Saipan. The firm is headquartered in Greenwich, Connecticut, and has regional offices throughout the nation.