TACDC is excited to announce that this year we are taking the Texas Community Economic Development Policy Summit into the virtual arena with even more content and opportunities to learn about what is going on in Texas and beyond. In the past, we've held our annual event at the Texas Capitol, but concern for our members and the uncertainty of the future has led us to this new platform.
The Policy Summit will be hosted via daily webinars October 13-20 and will investigate topics including evictions & rental assistance, COVID-19's impact on real estate markets in Texas, what to expect during the 87th Texas Legislature, and more.
We are also proud to announce that TACDC is partnering with the National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations (NACEDA) and eight state community development organizations to bring you an enhanced TACDC Policy Summit. In addition to our normal robust Texas programming, you will have free access to plenary sessions with top national speakers and community development leaders discussing everything from building equity into organizational practices, the pandemic and public health, and the future of CRA.
All Access Pass – Best of all, for an additional $75 fee, you will be able to purchase an all-access pass to participate in eight other state community development virtual conferences taking place October 13-23. The All Access Pass allows you to attend all of TACDC's Policy Summit, the national plenaries, as well as sessions organized by community development associations in Oregon, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Massachusetts, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Hear how community developers from state to state are recovering, advocating for their communities, and planning big for the future.
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Don't miss NY Times best-selling author, Dr. Ibram X. Kendi!
TACDC and Texas Capital Bank are pleased to announce the creation of the Manson B. Johnson Memorial Scholarship for the Texas Community Economic Development Policy Summit.