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CCRE WORKSHOP SERIES:
LEADERSHIP IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Interested in learning more about local government and how to get involved in politics at the local level? In partnership with Pepperdine University’s School of Public Policy, C.A.R.’s Center for California Real Estate (CCRE) presents a new educational opportunity for C.A.R. members. Under the direction of Public Policy Dean Pete Peterson, this series will be offered virtually and is free for C.A.R. members.
 

Each six-week workshop will be divided into two parts. The first three sessions explore how local governments operate, how they’re funded, and how policy decisions get made. The following three sessions focus on how to run for local office, including how to decide which office to run for, what to consider prior to deciding whether to run, and how to run a campaign, raise funds and build political networks.  

Each six-week program will be offered twice in 2022:
 

  • June 2 – July 7; Thursdays, 2 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

  • Aug. 16 – Sept. 20; Tuesdays, 2 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

 

SERIES INSTRUCTORS:

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MAUREEN TOBIN
Executive Director 

Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership

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MATT BRONSON
City Manager

City of Grover Beach

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YVETTE SENNEWALD
Senior Planner for the City of Camas and Advisory Council Member, Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership

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RICK BISHOP
Vice President of Acquisitions

National CORE

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RICK COLE
Executive Director

Congress for New Urbanism

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ANDREW MARC DI GIOVANNA
Founder and CEO

Magna Carta Libertatum

CCRE PRESENTS:
INNOVATIVE PATHWAYS TO PRODUCTION:
HOUSING CRISIS SOLUTIONS

 

If homeownership is to be more accessible to the average Californian by alleviating pressure on home prices, then we must advance actionable, pragmatic, and above all innovative paths to dramatically increase housing supply. How might we rethink the incentives for innovation to spur production and support solutions that are emerging or continuing to gain traction? A panel of experts will explore innovative possibilities to accelerate much-needed supply, such as rezoning commercial land, removing regulatory constraints, land use and acquisition strategies, and modular construction, among other topics. More importantly, panelists will address how such solutions can actually be implemented to improve affordability in the state for people of all incomes. Join us for a discussion that will look to research, policy expertise, tools, and partnerships with the public/private sector to drive innovation.

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Moderator:

John M. Sebree

C.A.R. C.E.O.

THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2022

10 A.M. - 11:15 A.M.