While serving as executive director of a Minnesota housing authority, Nan McKay started one of the nation’s first Section 8 programs. She has previously written for the NMA blog on the topic of executive management and high performance as well as stories from her fifty years in the housing industry.
With three decades of experience in welfare and public housing, Annie Stevenson shares her expertise in many ways at NMA, serving as a trainer to thousands of housing authority staff every year; as a technical researcher who analyzes and deciphers new HUD regulations; and as a technical writer, contributing to NMA Master Books, seminars, and model policies as well as writing the popular daily PIH Alert. Nan and Annie will be presenting the following session at The Housing Conference.
Regulatory Knowledge for Smart Management
Legislative Update with Nan McKay
Presenters, Nan McKay with Annie Stevenson
One of the most popular sessions at The Housing Conference is always Nan's review of recent regulations, guidance, and breaking news. We're bringing her back this year to fill us in on the most important changes of 2016, including the final rule on streamlining administrative requirements and its accompanying notices, new guidance on the use of criminal records, and a forecast of what she sees ahead for our industry in 2017, including the planned expansion of the Moving to Work (MTW) program and REAC's plans to replace HQS with a new inspection protocol, UPCS-V.
Nan and Annie will be available for limited free one-hour Q&A sessions at the The Housing Conference this September in San Antonio, Texas. Registered participants can sign up on a first-come, first-served basis now. Register online or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.