Tennessee and Kentucky Housing Authorities connect with PIH Team at Annual Training in Region IV

Public and Indian Housing reached 471 professionals working in Public Housing Authorities in the Volunteer and Bluegrass states at the annual training conference of the Kentucky Housing Association/ Tennessee Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities on September 17-20 in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Topics ranging from Housing Choice Voucher utilization, portability and how to be an effective Board Commissioner were presented by PIH leaders at the Nashville and Louisville Field Offices while Capital Fund Planning and use of the Energy and Performance Information Center (EPIC) system was covered was by Headquarters. The training was a collaborative effort by Region IV’s Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville and Louisville PIH team with HUD outreach support from Field Policy & Management at this popular professional training event.

 

[Dr. Felicia Gaither, PIH Deputy Assistant Secretary for Field Operations (center) is welcomed by Region IV teammates following her Opening Session keynote remarks at the Kentucky Housing Association/Tennessee Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities Annual Training Conference.  Pictures are Will Biggs, Tennessee PIH Director; Carol Spencer, Kentucky PIH Director, Tajuanya Carr, Nashville Field Office Portfolio Management Specialist; J. Shannon Cross, Knoxville Field Office Portfolio Management Specialist; Cynthia Mitchell, Tennessee PIH Division Director; and Walter Perry, Nashville Field Office Director.]
Dr. Felicia Gaither, PIH Deputy Assistant Secretary for Field Operations (center) is welcomed by Region IV teammates following her Opening Session keynote remarks at the Kentucky Housing Association/Tennessee Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities Annual Training Conference. Pictures are Will Biggs, Tennessee PIH Director; Carol Spencer, Kentucky PIH Director, Tajuanya Carr, Nashville Field Office Portfolio Management Specialist; J. Shannon Cross, Knoxville Field Office Portfolio Management Specialist; Cynthia Mitchell, Tennessee PIH Division Director; and Walter Perry, Nashville Field Office Director.
[Taking care of those serving public housing residents is a priority the Kentucky and Tennessee team as they collaborated together at the HUD Resource table.  Pictured are (l to r), Tajuanya Carr and Ann Akbari of the Nashville Field Office; Demetria Daniel, Memphis Field Office; Cynthia Mitchell, Nashville Field Office; and Carol Spencer of the Louisville Field Office. ]
Taking care of those serving public housing residents is a priority the Kentucky and Tennessee team as they collaborated together at the HUD Resource table. Pictured are (l to r), Tajuanya Carr and Ann Akbari of the Nashville Field Office; Demetria Daniel, Memphis Field Office; Cynthia Mitchell, Nashville Field Office; and Carol Spencer of the Louisville Field Office.
[Kentucky and Tennessee HUD Region IV teammates joined forces to share the latest information on HUD Programs with PHA professionals at the Kentucky Housing Association/Tennessee Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities annual training conference. Pictured (l to r) from Tennessee: Tajuanya Carr, Calin Goolsby, Walter Perry, and Demetria Daniel; and from Kentucky: Emelie Lima-Alguire, Kristina Messina, and Kimberly Gillis.]
Kentucky and Tennessee HUD Region IV teammates joined forces to share the latest information on HUD Programs with PHA professionals at the Kentucky Housing Association/Tennessee Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities annual training conference. Pictured (l to r) from Tennessee: Tajuanya Carr, Calin Goolsby, Walter Perry, and Demetria Daniel; and from Kentucky: Emelie Lima-Alguire, Kristina Messina, and Kimberly Gillis.
[Awards of Excellence were presented to 32 Public Housing Authorities in Tennessee for their High Performance scores in the HUD’s Public Housing Assessment System for Calendar Year 2022.  Award-winning PHA’s are joined by HUD’s Tennessee PIH team in recognizing their commitment to operational excellence at the annual training conference of the Tennessee Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities.]
Awards of Excellence were presented to 32 Public Housing Authorities in Tennessee for their High Performance scores in the HUD’s Public Housing Assessment System for Calendar Year 2022. Award-winning PHA’s are joined by HUD’s Tennessee PIH team in recognizing their commitment to operational excellence at the annual training conference of the Tennessee Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities.