Congrats to Housing California on another super successful conference! The JAG team had a blast networking with old friends, meeting new ones, and — the best part — handing out prizes. 😎

“As usual, the Conference was highly informative and rewarding! We always appreciate the opportunity to showcase our talents to so many visionaries in the Affordable sector.”
— Jamie General, President, JAG Interiors, Inc.

Thanks to everyone who visited our booth — we’re already looking forward to seeing you again next year!

“ It was a pleasure to meet the JAG team over dinner during the Housing California Conference. It gave us the chance to celebrate the amazing contributions they bring to our designs and furnishings for the projects and, most importantly, to our residents.”
— Jennifer Barillas, Mercy Housing

“I enjoy getting together once a year to celebrate accomplishments with industry partners such as JAG and appreciate the ability to learn so much about my colleagues and their passion for creating quality, aesthetically pleasing, affordable housing!”
Niana Moore, EAH Housing

Who is Housing California?

As stated on their website: Housing California brings together a diverse, multi-sector network to prevent and end homelessness, increase the supply of safe, stable, affordable housing options, and reverse the legacy of racial and economic injustice. They advance their work through three strategic directions:

  1. Shape Narrative: To shift California’s housing and homelessness dominant narrative from a problem-focused, individual blame frame to a solutions-oriented, societal change frame.
  2. Shift and Build Power: To cultivate, connect, and lead a statewide network of grassroots, grasstops, and treetops organizations for greater collective impact on moving state-level housing and homelessness policies that center racial equity and economic inclusion.
  3. Change Policy: To advance bold systems change solutions that create homes, health, and prosperity for all in thriving, sustainable communities.

Your Action Matters!

In California, committed housing activists have helped to secure billions of dollars in state investments to build much-needed affordable housing and provide supportive services to those experiencing homelessness.

“We salute Housing California for their advocacy and leadership in shaping the narrative, building power and changing policy.”
— Tina Rizzuto, Sr. Designer, JAG Interiors, Inc.