Florida Housing Summit
USF ST PETERSBURG • MAY 1, 2024 • 8:30 AM – 4 PM
The Florida Policy Project will be hosting Florida’s Housing Best Practice Summit. This premier event will bring together industry leaders, policymakers, experts, and stakeholders to discuss the pressing issues and solutions in housing today. The summit aims to address challenges, share innovative solutions, and pave the way for a brighter future for Floridians.
The Housing Solution Summit is a dynamic and collaborative platform where expert speakers will discuss innovative solutions including zoning, incentivizing Cities and Counties, RDU/ADU, vouchers, and upzoning to name a few. You can expect knowledge sharing, innovative policy discussions, and networking opportunities.
Sponsorship & Benefit
Platinum Sponsor $25,000
Gold Sponsor $15,000
Silver Sponsor $7,500
Individual Tickets $50
*Customized sponsorship packages are available upon request to suit your specific goals and interests.
For more details about sponsorship opportunities or to discuss a tailored package, please contact Amy Maguire, Executive Director, Florida Policy Project.
Call 727-656-8413 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for considering this partnership opportunity. Together, let’s make a difference in the future of housing affordability.
Edward J. Pinto
Edward is a senior fellow and co-director of the AEI Housing Center at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). His research focuses on using light touch density to increase the supply of naturally affordable housing, thereby providing abundant housing for our children and grandchildren.
M. Nolan Gray
M. Nolan Gray is the research director for California YIMBY and an expert in urban land-use regulation. He is the author of Arbitrary Lines: How Zoning Broke the American City and How To Fix It. Gray previously worked as a planner in New York City, where he worked on the front lines of zoning. He is a widely published author, with work appearing in outlets such as The Atlantic, Bloomberg Citylab, and The Guardian. He lives in Los Angeles, California and is originally from Lexington, Kentucky..