Homefull Corporate Ofﬁce
33 West First Street, Suite 100 Dayton, OH 45402
This conference will focus on housing, food and jobs and how they are mutually linked. Sessions will include creative and affordable housing alternatives, innovative ways to address food insecurities, and cutting-edge solutions for the skills gap in the workforce.
We hope to create tangible plans and collaborative partnerships for our community.
Who should attend: Those working in direct client service, community development, neighborhood government, social enterprise creation, non-proﬁ t administration and more as we work to build capacity in neighboring communities and across the country.
Bill Faith, COHHIO’s executive director, has worked to develop housing solutions for people with disabilities; directed agencies serving the needs of the homeless and promoted affordable housing, especially for very low-income people. He has had extensive involvement with all of the key state and federal government agencies for housing and homelessness assistance programs.
Gina Wilt, COHHIO, She has managed lobbying efforts with CRN Consulting, Ltd. for the Home Matters to Ohio campaign to expand the Ohio Housing Trust Fund in the state budget. Gina previously served over a decade as senior legislative aide in the Ohio Senate, and has worked for the Ohio Association for Justice and the Centers for Independent Living.
Ana Bird, Produce Perks, volunteered on organic farms in Europe for two years after gaining her degree in Global Cultural Studies. In Cincinnati, she managed the Northside Farmers’ Market for two and half years, and now works at Produce Perks Midwest as the Statewide Program Coordinator for Ohio’s nutrition incentive program.
Julie Sullivan, Dayton Development Coalition, brings more than a decade of economic development work and a life-long passion for the Dayton region. As Executive Vice President of Regional Development, She is responsible for development of regional priorities and execution of strategies to support those priorities in collaboration with public, private and non-proﬁ t partners in order to grow the region’s economic base.
$25.00 a person
Lunch will be provided
Parking options: 127 W. First St. Parking lot, $6 21 W. First St. First Street Garage, $4 236 N. Ludlow Parking lot, $3 Meters on First and Ludlow