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Streamed live on Jul 8, 2016
BetaNYC is working to build a more effective government and create empowered communities. Toward that end, this event aims to increase awareness of a particularly complicated issue: affordable housing.
Having a solid and consistent stock of affordable housing is critical to New York City’s ability to thrive economically, socially, and culturally. However, creating and preserving affordable housing is difficult given the multitude of economic factors and cultural values.
We are organizing this event to engage with neighbors familiar with affordable housing policy and with those knowledgeable about the data that can be used to inform solutions. This conversation will inform the data and technology community about how to focus efforts to best address housing problems straining communities across the city.
Caitlyn Brazill; V.P. of Strategic Partnerships, CAMBA Moses Gates; Director of Community Planning and Design, Regional Plan Association Emily Goldman; Ph.D. Candidate, City & Regional Planning, Cornell University John Krauss; Hacker-in-Chief, Accursed Ware
Moderator: Lucio Tolentino; Computer and Data Scientist, Civic Hacker, and BetaNYC co-organizer