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2017 Annual Meeting - Grounded Solutions Network

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We hosted our Annual Member Meeting on December 5, 2017.

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2017 Annual Meeting - Grounded Solutions Network

  1. 1. 2017 Annual Member Meeting December 5, 2017 | 10am PT / 1pm ET
  2. 2. 2 Getting Started Mute or un-mute yourself by clicking the microphone or phone menu.
  3. 3. 3 Getting Started Use the Chat box if you want to type a question during the presentation.
  4. 4. Robert Burns Board President
  5. 5. Welcome 1. Welcome 2. Business Meeting 3. Membership Report 4. 2017 Accomplishments 5. Looking Ahead to 2018 6. Member Open Forum 7. Q & A
  6. 6. Business Meeting 1. Welcome 2. Business Meeting 3. Membership Report 4. 2017 Accomplishments 5. Looking Ahead to 2018 6. Member Open Forum 7. Q & A
  7. 7. Robert Dowling Board Treasurer
  8. 8. 8 2016 Audited Financials
  9. 9. 2016 Financial Review Program Services (83%) Management and General (14%) Fundraising (3%) Contributions and Grants (78%) Earned Revenue (20%) Membership Dues (1%) Interest and Other Income (<1%) In-Kind Occupancy (<1%) 2016 Revenue $4,058,708 2016 Expenses $3,172,070
  10. 10. Sarita Turner Board Member
  11. 11. Annual Vote: Results Member votes needed to achieve quorum. 112 Members voted. 128 Approved the 2016 Annual Meeting minutes. 75%
  12. 12. Annual Vote: Approved Peter Elkowitz Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc. Diane Linn Proud Ground
  13. 13. Membership Report 1. Welcome 2. Business Meeting 3. Membership Report 4. 2017 Accomplishments 5. Looking Ahead to 2018 6. Member Open Forum 7. Q & A
  14. 14. Melora Hiller Chief Executive Officer
  15. 15. 2017 Membership2017 Membership by State
  16. 16. 2017 Membership CLTs Government Habitat for Humanity Other Organizations Individual Members 200 Members: Self-Identified Org. Type 111 Members: 55% 20 Members: 10% 19 Members: 10% 36 Members: 18% 14 Members: 7%
  17. 17. 2017 Membership 2,284 469 228 29 12,499 11,338 28,008 84 18,828 35,106 28,236 113 Homeownership units rental units Cooperative units Lease-purchase units Residential Properties Owned or Stewarded by Members: 82,283 Units Reported by 128 Members Rental units Non-Permanently Affordable Permanently Affordable Total
  18. 18. 2017 Membership 15 16 21 21 14 22 8 10 units or less 11-25 units 26-50 units 51-100 units 101-200 units 201-500 units more than 500 units Non-Government Member Portfolios: 46,853 Units Stewarded by 117 Organizations
  19. 19. 2017 Membership 81 128 199 Urban agricultural sites (15 members) Commercial spaces (29 members) Conserved, undeveloped land sites (22 members) Non-Residential Member Portfolios:
  20. 20. 2017 Accomplishments 1. Welcome 2. Business Meeting 3. Membership Report 4. 2017 Accomplishments 5. Looking Ahead to 2018 6. Member Open Forum 7. Q & A
  21. 21. Beth Sorce Director of Capacity Building
  22. 22. 22 Trainings & Events Reaching New Audiences: Place Based Trainings and Convenings Event Sponsorships through the Technical Solutions Fund Intersections 2017 NEW Monthly E- Learning Series
  23. 23. 23 Technical Assistance Supporting programs: Helping new CLT programs launch Helping established programs take the next step Helping Habitat for Humanity Affiliates adopt a new model
  24. 24. 24 2017 Shelter Report
  25. 25. 25 Advocacy Support Creating access to more money and units by pursuing: Designated funding source in San Juan County, WA New inclusionary housing policy in Philadelphia, PA Resident storytelling on the local, state and federal levels State-wide advocacy agendas
  26. 26. 26 2018 Technical Solutions Fund Version 2.0 Coming in January! Program design, evaluation and revision Peer-to-peer exchanges Event sponsorships Advocacy Grants
  27. 27. Tiffany Eng Director of HomeKeeper
  28. 28. 28 HomeKeeper 65 Participating Organizations (51 Members) 15 Habitat for Humanity Affiliates Details on over 6,000 properties and 7,500 purchase transactions in the HomeKeeper National Data Hub HUD Approval for Housing Counseling - Now enrolling counseling agencies in the Early Adopter Program
  29. 29. Stephanie Reyes State & Local Policy Manager
  30. 30. 30 Inclusionary Housing in Detroit
  31. 31. 31 Inclusive Growth Toolkit
  32. 32. Emily Thaden Director of National Policy & Sector Strategy
  33. 33. 33 National Policy Duty-to-Serve Underserved Markets Extensive public comments on rule and evaluation guide to FHFA and the drafted plans of Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac Signed on or contributed to roughly 20 letters and sent out calls-to-action to members and stakeholders Issue with resale/recapture provisions has been resolved for programs using appraisal-based formulas Advocacy HOME
  34. 34. 34 National Policy Looking ahead Make sure your program meets the duty-to-serve definition of “shared equity homeownership” to improve access to mortgages Calls-to-action are only as good as the number of organizations that participate. Join our Facebook page & respond to posts!
  35. 35. 35 Inclusionary Housing Research • Grounded Solutions collected data on 1,379 inclusionary housing programs • Located in 25 states & D.C. • Detailed program attributes and trends described in working paper 45% 27% 17% 11% New Jersey Massachusetts California Other At the end of 2016, 886 jurisdictions with inclusionary housing programs were identified: Developed in Partnership with: Emily Thaden, Ph.D.& Ruoniu (Vince) Wang, Ph.D. (2017) Inclusionary Housing in the United States: Prevalence, Impact, and Practices (W17ET1). Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Working Paper & Program Directory/Appendices
  36. 36. Looking Ahead to 2018 1. Welcome 2. Business Meeting 3. Membership Report 4. 2017 Accomplishments 5. Looking Ahead to 2018 6. Member Open Forum 7. Q & A
  37. 37. 37 CEO Search
  38. 38. 38 Intersections 2018
  39. 39. Member Open Forum 1. Welcome 2. Business Meeting 3. Membership Report 4. 2017 Accomplishments 5. Looking Ahead to 2018 6. Member Open Forum 7. Q & A
  40. 40. This has been a year filled with all sorts of divisions. What is one way that you or your organization has made your community more inclusive this year?
  41. 41. This is the season of resolutions big and small. What is your program’s 2018 resolution? Possible Examples To get more involved in advocacy? To break ground on new units? To pursue a more diverse applicant pool?
  42. 42. Q & A 1. Welcome 2. Business Meeting 3. Membership Report 4. 2017 Accomplishments 5. Looking Ahead to 2018 6. Member Open Forum 7. Q & A
  43. 43. THANK YOU!

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