NH&RA announced today who will speak at the 2014 NCHMA Annual Meeting panel sessions. Twenty two experts from across the country will come together for a series of information-packed, thought-provoking sessions, which will focus on a variety of topics, delving into the newest developments and looking back at lessons learned.

The NCHMA Annual Meeting will take place on December 8-9 at The Roosevelt New Orleans in New Orleans, LA. It is the only industry event that focuses exclusively on major affordable housing development, underwriting and market study issues. Registration is still open. Click here to register and learn more about hotel accommodations.

The event’s panels and speakers are listed below. The full agenda can be found here.

MAP Lenders Forum: Implementing New Underwriting and Market Study Requirements

Jonette Hahn, CohnReznick, Baltimore, MD

Bob Lefenfeld, Real Property Research Group, Columbia, MD

Debbie VanHoosen, Amerisphere, Broomfield, CO

Housing Finance Agency Roundtable

Arthur Krauer, Testa Companies, Columbus, OH

Alan Quick, Illinois Housing Development Authority, Chicago, IL

Mark Shelburne, North Carolina Housing Finance Agency, Raleigh, NC

Bradley Sweazy, Louisiana Housing Corporation, Baton Rouge, LA

Mapping a Strategy for Year 15 Projects, Options and Trends

Paul Davis, Affordable Housing Advisors, Boston, MA

Mark McDaniel, Great Lakes Capital Fund, Lansing, MI

Nancy Morton, Dauby O’Connor Zaleski, LLC, Boston, MA

Jeff Thompson, Acacia Realty Advisors, Marietta, GA

Lessons Learned: Identifying the Market and Underwriting Red Flags

Paul Corrigan, Workout Advisors, Boston, MA

Brenda Evans, Louisinia Housing Corporation, Baton Rouge, LA

Doug Koch, Dauby O’Connor Zaleski, LLC, Boston, MA

Arthur Krauer, Testa Companies, Columbus, OH

Reviewer Perspectives: Essential Market Study Elements for Demonstrating Project Marketability

Julia LaVigne, Ribbon Demographics, Rocklin, CA

Tad Scepaniak, Real Property Research Group, Atlanta, GA

Mary Ellen Shay, ME Shay & Company, Sacramento, CA

Assisting Underwriters in Adjusting for Potential Section 8 Subsidy Loss Achievable Rents for Section 8 Projects

Rob Vogt, Vogt Santer Insights, Columbus, OH

Sheryl Putnam, Nan McKay & Associations

Doug Koch, Dauby O’Connor Zaleski, LLC, Boston, MA

Abhisek Mitra, US Bancorp CDC, Washington, DC

State of the Art Affordable Housing Case Studies

Victor Smeltz, Renaissance Neighborhood Development Corporation, New Orleans, LA

Bill Schwaller, Associated Real Estate Advisors Inc., Bethesda, MD