Colloquium XVI Speaker Presentations – “Los Angeles’ Housing Crisis – Not the First Time”

As promised, here are the speaker presentations from the speakers at our Colloquium XVI – “Los Angeles’ Housing Crisis – Not the First Time”:

Colloquium XVI Program

Includes the November 14, 2020 program and Speaker Bio’s for Colloquium XVI – “Los Angeles’ Housing Crisis – Not the First Time”

Opening Presentation

A collection of photos illustrating the history of the Los Angeles Housing Crisis

The LA Housing Crisis: A Developer’s Historic Perspective  
Kenneth McCormick, CEO 
Mill Creek Development Company 

Housing through the LA Lens – Rising Immigration as L.A. Comes of Age
Liz Falletta, RA, MRED
Professor (Teaching), Price School of Public Policy University of Southern California

The History of the State’s Affordable Housing Requirements
Eric Phillips, J.D
Mutual Housing California

Booming Then, Sputtering Now: The Legacy of the Southern California “Housing Machine”
Michael Woo, Dean Emeritus, College of Environmental Design at Cal Poly Pomona

Economics and Demographics of Housing: The Growing Housing Needs of Los Angeles (PPT) 
Dowell Myers, Ph.D., Professor 
Sol Price School of Public Policy 
University of Southern California 

The History and Impact of Non-Profit Housing Developers
Robin Hughes, President & CEO 
Abode Communities 

Recent: Implementation of Housing Policies in the Real World
Amy Bodek, AICP, Director 
Los Angeles County Department of Regional Planning

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