Event Type: Community
Niggun service, dinner, and discussion - Join with our special House Band for an evening of middle eastern rhythms, soulful melodies and mindfulness teachings followed by dinner and a discussion with our partners at PATH.
Last year LA voters approved two ballot measures focused on easing our housing crisis. With Proposition HHH we approved a $1.2 million bond measure for the construction of affordable housing, and with Measure H we approved a 1/4 cent sales tax to provide wrap-around services to help keep formerly homeless Angeleno in their homes. Join us for a panel discussion with our partners at PATH to learn about the impact of both initiatives and how we can continue to address the Los Angeles housing and homeless crisis.
Meredith Berkson is PATH’s Regional Director of South County where she acts as the SPA 7 Coordinated Entry System lead for single adults and directs PATH programs throughout the 44 cities in South Los Angeles County. She was an integral component to the Measure H Campaign and serves as a representative on the Measure H Revenue Planning Work Group – the group that determines how Measure H funding should be spent to allow for maximum impact.
Allison Riley is PATH Ventures’ Managing Director of Real Estate Development. With more than 16 years of experience in affordable housing, Allison oversees the real estate development of PATH Ventures. Allison plays an integral role in the creation of PATH Metro Villas – one of the first Permanent Supportive Housing developments to break ground with Proposition HHH funds.
Claudia Flores is the Program Manager for PATH Metro Villas – PATH Ventures’ Permanent Supportive Housing development that will open this summer. Claudia has been with PATH for five years and previously served as a Case Manager.
5:45 p.m. Pre-Oneg
6:15 p.m. Services
(Dinner and Discussion with PATH Speaker to follow)