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Consortium for Housing and Asset Management (CHAM)

March 22, 2018

3:30 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Are you interested in the long-term sustainability and financial viability of affordable housing?  If yes, join us for this flash webinar to learn how you can position yourself and organization to be on the cutting edge of the latest asset and property management innovations. Register here

During this webinar, learn how Consortium for Housing and Asset Management, CHAM, can help get you to the top of your asset management game.


  • Kathie Bryan, Senior Vice President, Property Management, PathStone Corporation
  • Lisa Deller, Vice President, Asset Management, National Equity Fund
  • David Fromm, CHAM and Asset Management Curriculum Manager, NeighborWorks America 
  • Ruby Rodriguez, Vice President, MBD Community Housing Corp.


Webinar registrants #5, #50, and #75 will each receive a $200 discount off the price of the conference registration, to be held in Chicago, June 11-13. Winners will be announced during the flash webinar.

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About CHAM

Sponsored by the Consortium for Housing and Asset Management,  CHAM is a collaboration of leaders in the fields of nonprofit affordable housing production and community development: Enterprise Community Partners, the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), NeighborWorks America, and The National Association of State and Local Equity Funds (NASLEF).

CHAM's mission is to better enable community-based organizations and others in the nonprofit housing industry to responsibly own and professionally manage affordable rental housing. CHAM is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a program of activities in response to the challenges unique challenges managing aging properties and increasingly complex portfolios. Managers of these organizations need highly specialized skills to keep these properties economically viable over the long term. CHAM supports these efforts in a variety of ways:

At CHAM, we help promote the long-term financial viability and sustainability of affordable housing. How do we accomplish this? Through a variety of initiatives, including:

  • Delivery of high quality training curriculum and webinars to bolster the capacity of Asset Management professionals to improve project and portfolio performance
  • Offer a professional designation, called the Certified Housing Asset Manager™, to recognize those Asset Management professionals that have achieved the highest levels of performance
  • Sponsoring an annual CHAM Conference, where thought leaders from around the country convene to identify and discuss emerging trends within the affordable housing industry. This year’s conference will be in Chicago, June 11-13.  Click here for a read out of last year’s gathering.

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