Join the Wenatchee Valley Museum and local panel on Wednesday, December 16 at 12 PM as we continue our conversation in our Social Justice Series by addressing Affordable Housing. Research shows that increasing access to affordable housing is the most cost-effective strategy for reducing childhood poverty and increasing economic mobility in the United States. Yet home availability and affordability remain a problem throughout the country. Join us on Zoom and Facebook Live as we engage in a thoughtful, inclusive, and open-minded discussion about the barriers to Affordable Housing in the Wenatchee Valley and its effect on our economic growth, and the health and well–being of families in our community.
Alan Walker, Executive Director Chelan Douglas Community Action Council
Rosie Gudiño, Housing Justice Project and Outreach Coordinator Chelan-Douglas County Volunteer Attorney Services
Alicia McRae, Executive Director Wenatchee Housing Authority
Bryan Ketcham, Director Catholic Charities Housing Services
Laurel Turner , Executive Director Women’s Resource Center of NCW
William Bilderback, Landlord-Tenant Liaison Program Director Women’s Resource Center of NCW
Questions may be submitted in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org, or live via Zoom Q&A, Zoom Chat, or FB Live. Thanks to sponsorships from Molina Healthcare and Coordinated Care of Washington, live Spanish translation will be provided by Clarius Languages. To access this feature, participants need to log-in with the Zoom log-in and select the Spanish audio channel under the world icon.
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Webinar ID: 886 9780 9014
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