Lack of affordable housing is one of the top areas of concern for the city of Seattle. Join a panel conversation with leaders in the nonprofit, political, and direct service fields to discuss and share resources around how to make housing, and preserving human dignity, more accessible for all. Panelists include Jeff Lilley, President of Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission; Sharon Lee, Executive Director of the Low Income Housing Institute; Jackie St. Louis, Outreach Coordinator of the City of Seattle’s Navigation Team; Megan Espinoza, Architectural staff at SMR Architects; and Jenn Adams, Case Manager at The Bridge Care Center. Hosted by Eugene Cho, founding pastor of Quest Church and One Day’s Wages.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Light refreshments served. Street parking and Quest Church parking lots are available. This event is open to the public.