Join us as we engage with Mrs. Pat Frederico of Habitat International on various types of leadership styles at Habitat affiliates and what she has seen as the keys to success.
Grab your coffee and our cowboy boots as we have a robust discussion around leadership with one of the preeminent leaders at Habitat--Ms. Amy Parham of Habitat for Humanity Texas!
Ken Schuetz, creator of the Aligned Influence governance model, sits down with Habitat Georgia to discuss his revolutionary model and how it can radically change the way Habitat affiliate leaders accomplish their mission.
We are joined with Dr. Dan Immergluck, Professor of Urban Studies at Georgia State University. His research concerns housing, race, neighborhood change, gentrification, segregation, real estate markets, and community development. Dr. Immergluck is the author of five books, and over 120 scholarly articles, book chapters, and research reports.His latest book, Red Hot City: Housing, Race, and Exclusion in Twenty-First Century Atlanta is currently available for pre-order.
Join us for a fascinating discussion with Ms. Barbara Beck, former President & CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Florida. Barbara is a veteran of the Habitat ministry who was generous enough to share with us some of her wisdom before enjoying her retirement.
Join us as chat with Dr. Tom Rodgers, Professor Emeritus at the Department of Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Sciences at the University of Georgia! Tom is a former Habitat Georgia Board member and remains one of the foremost authorities on housing affordability in the state of Georgia.
Rep. Barry Loudermilk
This interview is with Representative Barry Loudermilk. Rep. Loudermilk has represented Georgia's 11th Congressional District since 2014. Rep. Loudermilk has been a stalwart supporter of Habitat for Humanity and championed the BUILD Act (H.R. 5953), which helps reduce some of the regulatory stringency on mortgage origination for Habitat affiliates.