Housing & Education Policy Panel
June 16, 2015
Eden Housing was pleased to co-host with Microsoft and Housing Trust Silicon Valley the launch of this year’s Affordable Housing Week in Santa Clara County with a Housing and Education Policy Discussion Panel. Eden’s President Linda Mandolini and Microsoft’s Government Affairs Manager Jonathan Noble welcomed attendees to the policy discussion held at Microsoft’s Sunnyvale campus.
UC Berkeley Center for Cities and Schools’ Executive Director and Founder Dr. Deborah McKoy gave the keynote presentation and Silicon Valley Education Foundation’s President and CEO Muhammed Chaudhry moderated the discussion panel. Muhammed is also an Eden Housing Board member.
Panelists included: Chris Funk, Superintendent of the East Side Union High School; Jennifer Peck, Executive Director of the Partnership for Children and Youth; and Sunne McPeak, Executive Director of the California Emerging Technology Fund. Linda Mandolini also served as a panelist.
This discussion panel was intended as the first discussion of many to come making the connections between housing, education, and after-school programs.
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