Sunday - November 17


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8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Breakfast & Morning Plenary

Sunday Morning Plenary Keynote: Dr. Mark Joseph

Category
Plenary
When
11/17/2019 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Breakout sessions

S01: Proven Strategies for Developing Affordable Housing

For anyone looking to develop (more) affordable housing, join: BC Housing; the Community Development, Sustainable Housing Initiative at Alberta Rural Development Network; and, Purpose Driven Development, Planning and Strategy (PDDPS) in this interactive session to learn about and workshop how to develop affordable housing with government partners, through a developer-driven model, or in small rural communities.

SPONSORED BY BC HOUSING
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S02: Stories that Serve: People Centered Communications

This two-part panel presentation explores the powerful impact of storytelling on social change and policy making, and provides tips on how to create a communication style that reflects the clients you serve, such as Indigenous peoples, women fleeing violence, people at risk of or experiencing homelessness, youth and others.


 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S03: Sustainably Managing Changing Organizations

Non-profit housing organizations are seeing unprecedented investment and growth in the sector, resulting in new construction, staff being hired and organizations that are growing and evolving. Discuss with experts and housing providers living the change how we can sustainably manage our changing programs and services, governance, human and financial resources, and administrative systems to meet the needs and embrace the opportunities. 
 

 


Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S04: Data and the Demand for Inclusive Housing

In 2019, Community Living BC and BCNPHA partnered to develop a survey to understand housing needs and preferences for individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities across BC. This session will cover the preliminary findings of that survey, and discuss the next steps for the study’s implementation and roll out. This session will also focus on collaboration, and the need for partnerships in providing typical housing amongst individuals with developmental disabilities.

SPONSORED BY COMMUNITY LIVING BC
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S05: Sector Regeneration Dialogue

Join Housing Services Corporation’s CEO for an engaging dialogue on regeneration in the community housing sector. Topics will include new and re-developments as we explore new ideas and approaches to rethinking affordable housing development, as well as useful strategies and tools to maintain and grow your organization’s assets. It will also be an opportunity to learn from your colleagues about what’s working, and to share your own experiences with transforming your business model.   


 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S06: Innovative Housing for Indigenous Children and Youth

Housing is key to positive social outcomes for Indigenous children and youth and their families. Housing instability, however, intensifies family stress, often leading to family breakdown and children ending up in the foster care system. Presenters will discuss innovative housing models that help stabilize families and provide critical social and cultural supports to prevent Indigenous children and youth entering the care system, reduce the existing numbers, and return these children and youth to their families of origin. 

SPONSORED BY AHMA
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S07: Social Inclusion and Housing (PHRN)

What can housing research tell us about the elusive goal of social inclusion? Join the Pacific Housing Research Network (PHRN) for an interesting array of presentations, including a case study of Singapore’s public housing estates, research on neighbourhood ethnic segregation, and research associated with the Canadian Housing Survey. Come prepared for a thought-provoking discussion on building inclusive communities. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S08: Co-op Governance Challenge

How well do you know the basics of good co-op governance? Join us in this myth-busting session to test yourself against 14 of the toughest governance questions we could come up with. The answers may surprise even the most experienced co-op director or manager. Our review will highlight best governance practices and help you avoid the time, trouble and expense of the most common governance mistakes we’ve seen in housing co-ops over the years. 
 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S09: Waste Reduction Strategies and Challenges

Join us for a look at the global changes in recycling markets and how those changes affect us. We will explore what BC Housing is doing to mitigate the negative impacts and challenges that waste and recycling service providers encounter. We will examine our role in incorporating the 5Rs (Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose and Recycle) and how to engage tenants. We will also discuss community-based social marketing in social housing. 

SPONSORED BY BC HOUSING 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S10: Reducing Vulnerability to Isolation Among Seniors

This session explores risk factors that can lead to loneliness and isolation among seniors. Presentations focus on how to recognize and address abuse, neglect and isolation by putting in place support systems that promote health and well-being. These interventions can support successful transitions out of homelessness, lower building repair costs, and instances of violence and other issues. 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S11: Immigrants and Refugees - Cultural Competency

The unprecedented arrival in 2018 of over 55,020 refugee claimants in Canada included 2,310 who came to BC, with a forecast of almost 3,000 for 2019. Providing housing and support for refugee claimants requires creativity, responsiveness, resources and neighbourliness. Join us for this engaging session and learn about support for refugee claimants, how to help position BC as a leader in welcoming asylum seekers, and about the creative work already being done through housing providers partnering with specialized supports. 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S12: Hoarding: A Harm Reduction Approach

Hoarding is a complex and challenging psychological disorder that may lead to negative consequences for both the individual and the community. This session provides information about using harm reduction principles to help tenants with hoarding behaviour. This discussion will include harm reduction strategies, using assessment tools, pest-control issues and prevention, accessing helpful hoarding resources, the clean-up process, and the post-hoarding care process. 
 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S13: LGBTQ2S+ Qmunity

Join us in an interactive and thought-provoking workshop session with Qmunity, a leader in the LGBTQ2S+ community. We’ll cover everything from LGBTQ2S+ terminology to how gender and sexuality discourse can improve in our society. Case studies will be provided, as well as resources and referrals to services and community contacts. 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S14: Affordable Housing Renewal - Energiesprong for BC

About 70% of today's building stock will still be in use in 2050. Business-as-usual repairs and maintenance will not be enough to make BC buildings use less energy, emit less carbon pollution, or provide more comfortable, healthy, affordable, resilient living spaces at the pace needed. Hear about the Pembina Institute’s plan to simultaneously aggregate demand, systematize and scale up innovative solutions, and create the right financing and regulatory conditions to ramp up the deep energy retrofits needed to meet BC's climate obligations. 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S15: Sustainable Project Management Tools

The typical project management process is broken, but there is another way to stay on budget, on time, and enjoy the work you do – and yes, there is proof these methods can work. EcoAmmo will discuss the Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and Lean project management tools, with project examples and case studies. These systems help to harness team talents, increase value to the owner, and reduce inefficiencies/maximize efficiencies, all while helping your team collaborate more effectively and enjoyably.
Category
Asset Management
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S16: Capital Planning 20 Minute Coaching Sessions

Registrants for this session will receive an email by first week of November with their confirmed time slot.
BCNPHA’s Asset Management Department is offering free one-on-one capital planning and asset management coaching, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask your capital planning, asset management and energy efficiency questions. Feel free to bring an electronic copy of your capital plan to review with capital planning specialists. During registration, please select the type of coaching you are seeking and preferred time slot, and you will be contacted to finalize your appointment time. 
 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

S17: One on One with CMHC

This session provides an opportunity for attendees to discuss Affordable Housing options one-on-one with CMHC affordable housing specialists. This is the chance to have a conversation about new opportunities for funding and how to optimize your applications for a successful outcome. 
Category
Open to All
When
11/17/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Lunch & Networking Break

Sunday Lunch Plenary Keynote: Hon. Selina Robinson

Category
Plenary
When
11/17/2019 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Breakout sessions

S18: Thought Leader's Dialogue - Social Inclusion

New funding programs for affordable housing are putting a strong emphasis on developing mixed-income communities, which have great potential for increased financial sustainability and positive social outcomes. Join keynote presenter Dr. Mark Joseph in an intimate Q&A session on the challenges and opportunities in mixed-income communities, and gain new ideas and inspiration on how to support social cohesion and promote economic mobility in these diverse communities. 
 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S19: Developing Housing on Reserve with BC Housing

M’akola Development Services will review applicable regulatory and legal contexts when developing housing on-reserve, including key considerations when planning a development looking to leverage provincial monies. Presenters will also discuss current provincial and federal funding programs to help contextualize what it means to develop affordable housing on-reserve in BC. Examples of both completed and mid-stream projects will be provided in order to demonstrate how various housing models can work under different regulatory and funding requirements.   
 
SPONSORED BY AHMA
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S20: Creating Affordable Housing Through Collaboration

Working with multiple stakeholders can lead to innovative affordable housing developments that benefit the community, tenants, and housing provider. Participants will learn strategies for working on multi-stakeholder projects, how to leverage partnerships for a successful project including working with market developers, multiple funders and local government tools. 
 
SPONSORED BY URBAN MATTERS
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S21: Housing in Boom and Bust Economies

Complex challenges arise when planning for affordable housing in BC’s small and rural communities. Mill closures can initiate population decline and limit housing demand. Prospective major projects such as LNG, oil and gas, and tourism can increase housing demand and speculation. Join this session to learn how transitioning economies in small and rural communities influence their ability to demonstrate affordable housing need and demand, and capacity to implement actions to meet current and anticipated housing needs of the future. 
 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S22: The Housing System Explained

This session will feature a broad overview of the housing sector here in the Lower Mainland and BC. Join us to develop a stronger understanding of the pressures and players in the housing world, and the opportunities that exist for those who are interested in the social and affordable housing sector – whether you are a building operator, developer, researcher or just wanting more information! 
 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S23: The Role of Municipal Housing Corporations

Municipal housing authorities are not typical affordable housing providers – but they do play a key role in the development and delivery of housing, particularly in tourism-based communities where they often focus on the gap between social housing and market housing. Join the leaders of four municipal housing corporations as they speak to the unique circumstances in their communities and the strategic thinking that led to the formation of each corporation, as well as how they collaborate with local governments, the business community, and provincial agencies. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S24: Rental Housing and Affordability (PHRN)

What do you think is the life satisfaction among residents of lower-, middle- and upper-income apartment buildings? Will “rental only zoning” help or hurt housing affordability? Is transit-oriented development a panacea or a cause of eviction and displacement of marginalized renters? Researchers offer snapshots of their latest findings in these panel presentations organized by the Pacific Housing Research Network. 
 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S25: Dismantling While Building: Tackling Racial Exclusion

Learn about the unique partnership between Hogan’s Alley Society (HAS) and PHS Community Services as they addressed persistent exclusion and inequality with Nora Hendrix Place. This is the 10th temporary modular housing development delivered in Vancouver and is located within Hogan’s Alley, designed for Black and Indigenous people who were living on the streets, shelters or precariously housed in the community. Learn about the various aspects that changed, from landscape design to the tenanting process, the challenges and solutions.

SPONSORED BY HORIZON NORTH
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S26: Recordkeeping and Privacy under the New Societies Act

Are you aware that members of your society now have a right to access the official records of the society? Do your members know that their contact information can be shared with other members? If this is news to you then this workshop is for you. Participants will learn the importance of updating privacy policies, what to look for and how to keep your organization PIPA and CASL compliant. 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S27: Building Capacity to Support Tenants with Complex Needs

How do housing providers adjust to the complex needs of tenants that are transitioning to their first home after living on the streets for many years? This is top of mind for many non-profit organizations that are adapting to low-barrier housing models, which often include the hardest to house due to significant primary health concerns. Join us for a workshop that explores best practices and techniques to address a new reality for many non-profit housing providers. 
 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S28: Cultivating Resilient and Creative Teams

Choosing a professional career focused on making the world a better place is deeply personal and purposeful. And yet, when we bring our hard-won convictions and values to work, how do we avoid the challenges of burnout and compassion fatigue? How can we work with corrosive team environments or inconsistent leadership? How can we nurture and protect ourselves – and our colleagues – in working environments that are intense and scrappy? This workshop explores these themes and suggests positive pathways forward. 
 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S29: Operations Dialogue

Meet BC Housing’s new Vice President of Operations, and have the chance to learn more about her/his background and vision for a strong and sustainable community housing sector. Provide your input on what’s working well and where there might be opportunities for improvement, and share your own ideas about how the sector can work collaboratively with BC Housing to ensure that operational relationships are strong. 

SPONSORED BY BC HOUSING
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S30: Collect Data, Save Money, Help the Sector

Building energy data can do so many things. It can help you troubleshoot higher-than-normal energy consumption, benchmark performance and find immediate, low-cost measures to reduce energy bills. It can also tell compelling stories that can be used to advocate for the needs of the affordable housing sector. Join BCNPHA Asset Management as they unpack all the valuable information that your utility bill data can bring, not just to your building’s bottom line but to the entire affordable housing sector. 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S31: Capital Planning 101

Feeling in over your head when it comes to capital planning? Need some help? The most essential first step in forecasting and financing your building’s life happens is your organization’s capital plan – and we want to help ensure you get it right. Come get an overview of capital planning, learn all the ways it helps your organization, what steps you need to get started and the resources BCNPHA has to assist you throughout the process. 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S32: Who's in Charge? Control Assets Before They Control You

The deterioration of building elements (such as roofs and boilers) is inescapable. However, we do have control over the ability to slow the rate of deterioration, prepare for eventual failure, and mitigate risk from unexpected failures. It all boils down to a good maintenance program to ensure our building components achieve their full useful life. This session will provide a combination of strategic vision, tactical planning and operational checklists to help you develop a robust maintenance program.  
 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S33: Capital Planning 20 Minute Coaching Sessions

Registrants for this session will receive an email by first week of November with the confirmed time slot.
BCNPHA’s Asset Management Department is offering free one-on-one capital planning and asset management coaching, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask your capital planning, asset management and energy efficiency questions. Feel free to bring an electronic copy of your capital plan to review with capital planning specialists. During registration, please select the type of coaching you are seeking and preferred time slot, and you will be contacted to finalize your appointment time. 
 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S34: One on One with CMHC

This session provides an opportunity for attendees to discuss Affordable Housing options one-on-one with CMHC affordable housing specialists. This is the chance to have a conversation about new opportunities for funding and how to optimize your applications for a successful outcome. During registration, please select the type of coaching you are seeking and preferred time slot, and you will be contacted to finalize your appointment time. 
Category
Open to All
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

S35: Housing Walking Tour

Join us for a brief walking tour of a local affordable housing project. This tour will offer a chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of the conference and visit some unique and inspiring affordable housing in the surrounding community. Bring comfortable walking shoes and weather-appropriate gear!
 
Category
Open to All
When
11/17/2019 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Breakout Sessions & Networking Break

S36: Planning Affordable Housing in Rural Communities

Planning affordable housing in small communities has unique challenges and opportunities. Learn from a panel of people who are experienced in the planning process, who will share case studies of projects that have transitioned from the ideas stage to development. Facilitated by Lani Brunn, the panel will have representatives from both the municipality and the non-profit society sectors who have planned and built affordable housing in small BC communities. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S37: Building BC: Affordable Housing Program

BC Housing works in partnership with the private and non-profit sectors, Indigenous groups, co-ops, provincial ministries, and community groups to develop a range of housing options. Join us for an update on an historic provincial investment in social housing through the Building BC programs, and learn about the progress made since announcing the first round of projects in 2018. Leaders from BC Housing will be on hand to share examples of the exciting projects in the works and next steps. 

SPONSORED BY BC HOUSING
 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S38: Growing your Housing Career

The housing sector in BC is growing, and the opportunities to grow your career within the sector have never been more plentiful. At the same time, we are building and operating in an increasingly complex environment and the skillsets and core competencies for housing operators and leaders have changed. Join a diverse group of housing professionals for a discussion about how to grow your housing career, with an opportunity to learn more about a new affordable housing designation available in Canada. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S39: Board Governance: Strengthening Your Board

Learn what it takes to have a well-functioning board in this session covering a range of topics to help non-profit board members better appreciate their role and the role of the board in governance. Participants will learn the difference between governance and management, become familiar with primary governance responsibilities, and be able to explain the factors that shape the ability of boards to perform effectively. The session will allow time for participants to reflect on common areas of concern and share solutions. 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S40: Youth Homelessness Prevention Framework

Based on extensive international research and consultation, in 2018 the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness and Away Home Canada presented a Road Map for the Prevention of Youth Homelessness in Canada. This session will allow housing and service providers to discuss how the Roadmap applies in BC, what can prevent youth from experiencing homelessness and who should be involved in creating an integrated system of care for youth.
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S41: Business Transformation

Participants in this session will learn about two key initiatives that transformed the way one of Toronto’s largest non-profit housing providers operates. WoodGreen Community Housing used an integrated solutions approach to ensure the long-term sustainability of its tenant and community services, organizational capacity and aging building stock using a new technology platform to inform better customer service and service planning and implementing a new energy savings financial model to ensure the sustainability of its aging stock.
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S42: Succession Planning for Non-Profits

Participants in this session will learn about two key initiatives that transformed the way one of Toronto’s largest non-profit housing providers operates. WoodGreen Community Housing used an integrated solutions approach to ensure the long-term sustainability of its tenant and community services, organizational capacity and aging building stock using a new technology platform to inform better customer service and service planning and implementing a new energy savings financial model to ensure the sustainability of its aging stock.
 
Category
Leadership
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S43: I'm New Here, What Do I Do?

Discover the many ways BCNPHA can support your organization, whether it’s navigating the challenges of building housing or getting the best deals on the products and services your society needs to operate at its best. New to the sector? We’ll cover helpful resources to start your society, get funding, and build housing. Longtime provider? Explore BCNPHA’s money-saving member programs and how we can help with everything from asset management to communications, insurance and more.   
 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S44: Directors and Officers Liability

Learn about some of the exposures that entities and boards are facing in the current litigious environment as it relates to general business decisions as well as decisions it makes in relation to its employees and volunteers. This session will highlight some exposures to understand as a board member, some key functions of the policy to take note of as well as some recent claims examples in the non-profit arena.
 
SPONSORED BY MARSH CANADA
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S45: Updates and Changes to the Residential Tenancy Act

Join this session for an overview of the Residential Tenancy Act (RTA) and how it applies to the non-profit housing sector. Learn about rights and responsibilities of landlords and best practices for beginning, maintaining and ending a residential tenancy, how the RTA does and does not apply to the non-profit housing sector, as well as RTA basics including tenancy agreements, damage deposits, rent increases, solving problems, and the dispute resolution process.   
 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S46: Trauma and Concurrent Disorders

Tenants often come to us with a history of traumatic experiences and resulting behaviours. This session is for front line staff who interact daily with these complex tenants. Participants will leave this session with a broader understanding of trauma, responses to trauma and techniques to recognize and support ourselves and others. 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S47: Impact of Occupancy Standards on Women Fleeing Violence

This presentation explores the Getting Home Project's community-based research on unintended consequences of the National Occupancy Standards (NOS) on women experiencing violence. In a survey of anti-violence workers in BC, 90% reported the NOS as a barrier to long-term affordable housing for women. We will also compare occupancy standards internationally and engage the audience in a discussion about how policy around this issue can be adapted to best accommodate and safely house women experiencing violence. 
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S48: Success Stories from Housing Tenants with Complex Needs

Join service agencies, families, people with lived experience, Community Living BC and other key partners as they share the growing demand for inclusive housing amongst people living with multiple and complex needs. We’ll discuss the challenges, successes, and how these individuals and organizations have made it work in their communities. 
 
SPONSORED BY COMMUNITY LIVING BC
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S49: Pan-Canadian Voice for Women's Housing

Join us for an interactive dialogue on women’s experiences with housing in Canada. The Pan-Canadian Voice for Women’s Housing is a group of 50 women from every province and territory, representing urban, rural and remote communities, on- and off-reserve, the disability community, the transwomen’s community, women with lived expertise, non-profit housing and women-serving agencies, foundations and national organizations. This session will explore the group’s six calls to action, government’s response, and what our sector can do to support housing equity for women.
Category
Operations
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S50: Non-Profit Property Manager Forum

Property and asset managers in non-profit housing face unique challenges, and often on their own. Join us for an opportunity to meet with peers from across BC to discuss the topics and concerns you want to address. Bring your ideas, challenges, and information to share. Part networking, part forum, this session is specifically geared to those who manage building assets. 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S51: Capital Planning 20 Minute Coaching Sessions

Registrants for this session will receive an email by first week of November with the confirmed time slot.
BCNPHA’s Asset Management Department is offering free one-on-one capital planning and asset management coaching, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask your capital planning, asset management and energy efficiency questions. Feel free to bring an electronic copy of your capital plan to review with capital planning specialists. During registration, please select the type of coaching you are seeking and preferred time slot, and you will be contacted to finalize your appointment time. 
Category
Asset Management
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

S52: One on One with CMHC

This session provides an opportunity for attendees to discuss Affordable Housing options 1 on 1 with CMHC affordable housing specialists. This is the chance to have a conversation about new opportunities for funding and how to optimize your applications for a successful outcome. During registration, please select the type of coaching you are seeking and preferred time slot, and you will be contacted to finalize your appointment time. 
Category
Open to All
When
11/17/2019 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Sector Supper & Networking

Sector Supper

Cap off the first full day of the conference with a fantastic dinner, prizes and entertainment while connecting with housing colleagues and friends.

Celebrate the BCNPHA award recipients, the sector’s successes over the past year, and toast to another great year ahead!

Visit the Sector Supper page for more info.
Category
Open to All
When
11/17/2019 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM