Join Basil A. Smikle Jr, Director of the Roosevelt House Public Policy Program and Nicholas Bloom, Professor of Urban Policy and Planning, in conversation with Alicka Ampry-Samuel, for a meaningful discussion
about federal housing policy and urban development. Alicka is an experienced
human rights champion with a deep understanding of the experiences and the needs of the Department's most
vulnerable customers. Alicka’s administration strives to provide quality
affordable housing for low-income residents and homebuyers by ensuring HUD
grantees provide economic opportunities and services to underserved populations.
This event will take place in Roosevelt House Auditorium.
As Regional Administrator, Alicka Ampry-Samuel presides over HUD’s activities in New York and New Jersey. Appointed in January of 2022, Ms. Ampry-Samuel oversees over $6 billion in programs and activities in HUD’s New York Regional Office and its field offices in Albany, Buffalo, and Newark. The Regional Administrator works with Members of Congress and local elected officials to ensure that the Department’s policies and programs create more affordable, environmentally sustainable, and inclusive communities.
Tue, October 24th from 12:00-1:00pm
Roosevelt House Auditorium
47-49 East 65th Street, between Madison and Park Ave