Enterprise and the Network Co-host Panel on Joint Venture Partnerships
In collaboration with the Supportive Housing Network of New York, Enterprise’s New York office convened a panel to discuss lessons outlined in the new Joint Venture Guidebook. The Guidebook helps organizations interested in partnering to develop affordable and supportive housing to better understand their joint venture options.
- Arlo Chase, Services for the UnderServed
- Kirk Goodrich, Monadnock Development
- Emily Kurtz, RiseBoro Community Partnership
- JoAnne Page, The Fortune Society
- Michael T. Rooney, MDG Design + Construction, LLC
- Rachel Hyman (moderator), RHYMAN Consulting
The panelists discussed joint venture dynamics and posed critical questions around the development of affordable housing. Over 50 partners attended the event, sharing their own experience negotiating partnerships with a mix of not-for-profit, faith-based, and other community-based organizations at the lead.
Enterprise and the Network plan to present learnings from the Guidebook at other trainings and panels, including the Network’s conference on June 12 and an applied training focused on faith-based organizations in early summer.
Thank you to Capital One for their generous support of the Guidebook and their continued support for ongoing trainings and panels.