The inaugural Starting at Home event was a success beyond our wildest expectations, with nearly 300 attendees from across the United States and Canada. In 2017, we hope to continue the momentum by bringing together a variety of visionaries -- from academics and philanthropists to urban planners, policy makers, social service providers, advocates, developers and investors -- to continue a dialogue about the role of affordable housing in building strong and vibrant communities that enable people to prosper.
The rich narrative of life plays out – Starting at Home, and where we live has profound and compelling implications on other conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age. We promise insightful and engaging conversation about this idea and hope to connect with you April 27-28, 2017!
- 2017 Starting at Home Evaluation Survey
- 2017 Starting at Home Photo Gallery
- 2017 Starting at Home Conference Registrant List (71 KB Excel File) – as of 4/26/17
Thanks for Attending
The Ohio Housing Finance Agency and the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing hosted the 2017 Starting at Home Conference at the Renaissance Columbus, where a wide variety of professionals gathered to discuss cutting-edge research and practice related to housing, and collaborated to develop innovative solutions to improve the lives of low- and moderate-income households.
Nineteen sessions were available over the course of this two-day conference.
Starting at Home gives you the opportunity to interact with leaders and visionaries passionate about affordable housing and community development.
Starting at Home was pleased to welcome Secretary Ben Carson, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. He joined us for a short plenary session on Thursday, April 27 at 3:30pm in the Hayes A-C Ballroom.