We hope you can join us...
Green & Healthy Homes Initiative invites you to attend the 9th annual Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) that will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah on September 16-18, 2018. The Institute is a forum for interactive learning and discussion around national best practices and tools to advance healthy, safe, and energy efficient housing.
The three-day summit provides an opportunity for you to engage directly with leaders from key sectors such as healthy housing, social impact financing, and philanthropy to learn innovative ideas and practical solutions for creating meaningful impacts.
GHHI has taken a steadfast approach to building its role nationally to foster partnerships to drive awareness and action towards creating healthy homes for families in cities across the nation. Since its launch of one of the nation’s first holistic healthy homes programs in 1997, GHHI has offered solutions to families who are dealing with challenging environmental hazards within their home.
We hope you can join us. To register and learn more about this great opportunity visit us online www.ghhiconvenes.org
We hope to see you there!
Green & Healthy Homes Initiative
2714 Hudson Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
Green & Healthy Homes Initiative is pleased to present the following speakers for ELI 2018!
The Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning (Coalition) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that develops, implements and promotes programs and policies to eradicate childhood lead poisoning and further the creation of healthy homes. The Coalition was founded in 1986 as Parents Against Lead, a grassroots volunteer effort. Today, the Coalition is a nationally recognized policy, advocacy and direct service organization headquartered in Baltimore. The organization also provides advisory services to organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Council on Foundations, the US Conference of Mayors and numerous cities and nonprofit organizations.
The Green & Healthy Homes Initiative was charged in 2008 by the Council on Foundations and the White House Office of Recovery to lead the national efforts to integrate lead hazard control, healthy homes and weatherization and energy efficiency work. This project later became the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative directed by the Coalition that addresses the health and energy efficiency needs of a home through a holistic intervention model.
2714 Hudson Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
1612 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006