Public Policy Forum with KATE HARTLEY
Director: Mayor's Office of Housing & Community Development
The MOHCD is responsible for the creation, preservation and protection of San Francisco’s affordable housing portfolio. The agency supports the economic and social development of San Francisco’s low-income communities and provides financing for development and rehabilitation projects.
Along with partnering with market-rate and nonprofit developers to build and preserve affordable housing, MOHCD administers financing programs to assist homeowners and helps San Francisco residents become first-time homebuyers.
Kate Hartley has 25 years of housing experience that includes for-profit and nonprofit development, financial consulting, and public service. Kate currently oversees the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, which expects to spend almost $1 billion in the next 5 years to provide housing for people experiencing homelessness, seniors, working families, and special needs populations in San Francisco.
This Public Policy Forum begins at 12:00 pm in the Chamber boardroom. Light lunch will also be provided thanks to our generous sponsors at Safeway.
Thanks to our BuildSF 2019 Sponsors:
Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
The Chamber's Public Policy Forums are held monthly to help partners understand and engage in key issues impacting the business community. Forums feature elected representatives, city department heads, subject-matter experts and community leaders in a facilitated dialogue on issues of concern.