National Land Bank Network Summit
Equipping Land Bank Leaders with the Tools to Effect Real, On-the-ground Change
About the NLBN Summit
The Inaugural National Land Bank Network (NLBN) Summit is the only national event dedicated to urban, suburban, and rural land banks. Since 2010, over 200 land banks and land banking initiatives have launched across the United States to support the growing inventories of vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties. Today, the success of land banks of differing sizes and scale has created an important opportunity to build a national movement to steward land strategically and equitably for the public good.
The NLBN Summit will explore the latest strategies for land banks to address vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties by providing space to showcase innovation and forums for nurturing new ideas. Through uniting leaders with common challenges, the NLBN Summit will equip every land bank with the tools to effect real, on-the-ground change.
Why You Should Register?
Enjoy one of a kind virtual experience
Click and meet other land bank leaders! Virtual networking has never been so easy
Position yourself as a leader in the field
Gain knowledge to implement equitable, effective, and efficient land bank models
Connect and ask questions to experts in a 1-1 or collaborative environment
|Wednesday, November 3, 2021|
|11:45 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)||Welcome||Brian Larkin|
|12:00 PM - 1:15 PM (EDT)||Keynote Luncheon - From Vacant to Vibrant: One Block at a Time||Keith Bynum & Evan Thomas|
|1:15 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)||Break|
|1:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EDT)||Homeownership||Dr. Brett Theodos|
|1:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EDT)||Vacant Land Stewardship||Janell O'Keefe|
|2:30 PM - 2:45 PM (EDT)||Break|
|2:45 PM - 3:45 PM (EDT)||Housing Opportunities for Generations to Come||Kim Graziani|
|2:45 PM - 3:45 PM (EDT)||Making Equity a Priority||Jeana Dunlap|
|3:45 PM - 4:30 PM (EDT)||Virtual Award + Grant Announcement|
About the Host
Since 2010, the Center for Community Progress has impacted the lives of millions nationwide by transforming vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties into assets for neighbors and neighborhoods. As the leading national, nonprofit resource for urban, suburban, and rural communities seeking to address the full cycle of property revitalization, we work with state and local governments, national partners, and resident leaders to reform vacant property systems and policies, ensuring these properties are returned to productive use that benefit the surrounding community. For more information, please visit communityprogress.org.
Thank You to our Sponsors