Event Details

Housing was once the most common way most families built wealth in America, but today, it is a primary driver of financial insecurity for millions of people.

The problem of housing affordability doesn’t affect only a few high-cost cities. It’s pervasive throughout the nation, in the priciest housing markets with the lowest vacancy rates like New York and San Francisco, and the least expensive markets with high vacancy rates, such as Cleveland and Memphis.

Learn about partnerships and programs that credit unions are involved in to provide innovative and collaborative solutions to this pervasive problem, and what your credit union can do to help with actionable solutions for your community.


Thursday, June 9, 2022
Housing Insecurity: A Pervasive Problem11:00 AM - 12:00 PMCDT


Robin Brule
Full Name
Robin Brule
Job Title
Senior Director, Philanthropic Partnerships
Filene Research Institute