On April 21, the AHTCC hosted a virtual Advocating for Affordable Housing through the AHCIA of 2021. The webinar discussed key provisions of the AHCIA, its potential impact, and how to advocate for its advancement. The advancement of the recently reintroduced Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act (AHCIA) to expand and strengthen the Housing Credit will depend on our advocacy efforts to quickly building strong, bipartisan support for this legislation.
If you weren’t able to join us and would like to view the webinar recording and access the slides, please use the links below:
Key resources discussed during the webinar and registration for the AHTCC’s virtual fly-in can be found below.
Emily Cadik (Executive Director, AHTCC), Melissa Francis (Principal, Venn Strategies), Ryan Sfreddo (President, Red Stone Equity Partners; AHTCC Legislative Committee Chair), Peter Lawrence (Director of Public Policy and Government Relations, Novogradac & Company), Megan John (Director of Advocacy and Engagement, AHTCC), Dudley Benoit (Executive Vice President, Alliant Capital; AHTCC Marketing and Communications Committee Chair), and Matt Josephs (Senior Vice President, Local Initiatives Support Corporation; President of AHTCC Board of Directors) speak on the AHTCC Advocating for Affordable Housing through the AHCIA Webinar.
AHCIA and Advocacy Resources
- AHCIA Summary
- AHCIA and Infrastructure
- Lowering the 50 Percent Test
- Visit our AHCIA Webpage
- Visit our Advocacy Webpage
Register for the AHTCC’s Virtual Fly-In: Monday, May 10 through Friday, May 14
During the week of May 10, the AHTCC will hold a virtual fly-in for AHTCC members to advocate for the AHCIA.
Throughout the week, the AHTCC will host meetings between groups of AHTCC members and key congressional offices who we will be asking to co-sponsor the AHCIA or who will be influential in advancing our Housing Credit priorities this year. To prepare participants for their meetings, we will hold a prep call with all participants and provide necessary background information and talking points for each meeting. We will also host an Advocacy 101 session for anyone who has not yet participated in one of our fly-ins – we welcome all advocacy newcomers!
Please complete the form below to register for the virtual fly-in. We will be in touch to finalize the meeting schedules and your participation in the coming weeks.
Please note that the fly-in is open to AHTCC members only. If you are not yet a member of the AHTCC but are interested in membership, or if you have any other questions, please contact Megan John, Director of Advocacy and Engagement, at email@example.com.