The Importance of Protected Affordable Housing Right Now w/ Sam Moss
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**Note: This conversation will be hosted digitally, not in the real live world.**
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While thousands of San Francisco residents lose their jobs because of businesses shutting down some rents keep their high rates.
How can the city of San Francisco and landlords help the economy by providing affordable housing during this pandemic?
Join us for a virtual conversation with Sam Moss on the importance of protected affordable housing.
More about Sam Moss:
Sam Moss oversees the administration of all Mission Housing assets, programs and services. He also makes sure that each and every day the mission, and the short and long term vision for Mission Housing are achieved. Moss is originally from Fresno, then went to Pennsylvania and played D1 baseball at Bucknell University from 2000-2004. He managed real estate assets for union pension funds and various union locals throughout Northern California. Moss first started with Mission Housing in December 2011 as an Asset Manager, then Director of Asset Management and became Executive Director in September 2013.
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