CVC Q1 Meeting - Home for All: How Companies Can Help Bridge Atlanta's Affordable Housing Gap

  • Wednesday, February 21, 2024
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Deloitte, 191 Peachtree Street, NE, Suite 200, Atlanta GA 30303


  • This registration type is appropriate for CVC corporate members.
  • This membership type is appropriate for official CVC nonprofit member partners.
  • This registration category is for special guests of members and panelists.

Home for All: How Companies Can Help Bridge

Atlanta's Affordable Housing Gap

When City of Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens took office two years ago, he set a goal for the city to create or preserve 20,000 affordable housing units by 2030. At the close of 2023, the City shared that we are nearly halfway toward reaching the mayor's goal. And according to Atlanta City Council President, Doug Shipman, "More housing is coming, and more efforts are being done to prevent evictions and landlord disputes with tenants." These are all positive steps for housing in our city.

However, rent and home prices continue growing at a rate higher than incomes, and many Atlantans cannot afford permanent housing. When safe, consistent housing is unavailable, families often become transient interrupting youth education, job stability, personal health, and more.

As these housing affordability challenges persist across the country, there are several Atlanta organizations that are leading the way when it comes to innovative solutions and new models for housing success. One of these leaders is Star-C. Please join the CVC for our first quarterly meeting of 2024 as we dive into Atlanta's housing affordability challenges and learn about how companies can help. Our featured speakers include:

Courtney English, Chief Policy Officer and Senior Advisor to Mayor Andre Dickens

Audrea Rease, Executive Director, EduHousing and Star-C, Partner, TriStar Real Estate Investments

Margaret "Marjy" Stagmeier, Founder, Star-C and EduHousing, Managing Partner, TriStar Real Estate Investments

This program is hosted by Deloitte at 191 Peachtree Street, NE, 6th Floor, Atlanta, GA 30303. Coffee and light refreshments will be provided. Parking is available in the 191 Parking Garage, which is accessible from Ellis Street and Peachtree Center Avenue.

The CVC Program Committee selected this program topic thanks to preferences expressed in our annual CVC member survey. Please feel free to register colleagues for this program, which is appropriate for all levels of experience in corporate social responsibility and community relations.

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