NACCED Seeks Session
Proposals for 2017 Annual Conference
NACCED Conference Planning Committee is in the process of planning the 2017
Annual Conference and Educational Training and we want to hear from you!
The committee is
requesting proposals for sessions that would be held during the 2017 NACCED Annual Educational Conference and Training, hosted by Clackamas County, Clark County, Multnomah County and Washington County. The conference will be held September 10-13, 2017 in beautiful Portland, OR.
Submissions should be related to hot topics and trends in the affordable housing, community development and economic development industry, from a managerial, policy or technical perspective. You can submit your proposals on NACCED’s website
by clicking here.Proposals are due
Wednesday, April 12, 2017 and the final selection will be made by the planning committee.
If you have any questions, please contact NACCED Policy Director Heather Voorman at email@example.com or by phone at 202-367-2405.
If you are interested in learning more about sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities at the annual meeting, please check out the sponsorship prospectus. We look forward to seeing you in Portland!
The National Association for County
Community and Economic Development (NACCED) was established as an affiliate of
the National Association of Counties (NACo) in 1978 to develop the technical
capacity of county government practitioners that administer federally-funded
affordable housing, community development, and economic development programs benefiting low- and moderate-income households.
NACCED provides information, training
and representation to counties receiving direct assistance from the Department
of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) Community Planning and Development
(CPD) programs, including the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME
Investment Partnerships (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) programs.
NACCED serves as voice in Washington
on budgetary, programmatic, and regulatory issues pertaining to community
development, economic development, and affordable housing. To learn more, visit www.nacced.org.