West Chapter Fair Housing Breakfast Meeting

March 23, 2017
9:00 AM - 10:30 PM

Sunnybrook Country Club
624 Port Sheldon Street SW
Grandville, MI 49418
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Join us for this informative breakfast on Fair Housing.  We will discuss housing issue that effect our community.  We will also discuss the 30th Annual Fair Housing Luncheon and Workshop to be held in April - which the MMLA West Chapter is proud to sponsor!  Our guest speaker will be Liz Keegan, Director of Education & Outreach at Fair Housing Center of West Michigan.

Cost:  MMLA Members $25, Non-Members $35
           $40 at the door for everyone.

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About our Speaker:  Ms. Keegan joined the Fair Housing Center of West Michigan (FHCWM) as Director of Education & Outreach in 2006, and is responsible for developing and implementing education and outreach activities for the general public, social service organizations, and the housing industry.  She has provided extensive technical fair housing training to more than 5,250 housing industry members in more than 250 training sessions covering lending, rental property management, property maintenance, advertising, real estate sales, and advanced topics upon request.  She has developed a menu of more than 25 fair housing training opportunities for landlords, property managers, maintenance personnel, real estate agents, lenders, senior housing providers and zoning officials.  She has provided fair housing trainings in person, by conference call, and by webinar in order to make fair housing service as widely available as possible, and is frequently requested as an expert speaker or panelist. 

Prior to joining the FHCWM staff full-time, she independently contracted to coordinate the FHCWM’s annual Fair Housing Luncheon & Workshop Series for 5 years; thus she has coordinated this event for 16 of its 29 years.  Ms. Keegan continues to coordinate this event each spring, providing comprehensive fair housing education to over 400 people each year.  She has also instituted 2 new annual fair housing events which have been held over the last 7 years and draw an additional 300-500 people per year into fair housing educational programming. 

Ms. Keegan also oversaw the development and delivery of innovative new curricula for elementary, middle and adult ESL (English as a Second Language) students, which have been delivered to more than 2,250 teachers and students.  

Ms. Keegan has attended multiple HUD Policy and National Fair Housing Alliance Annual Conferences, Fundamentals of Fair Housing, and the Leadership Grand Rapids Program (2002).  She has served on the Executive Committee of the Lakeshore Housing Alliance since 2009 and on the Foreclosure Response Committee in Kent County from 2007-2011.  She graduated from Aquinas College in 1998 with a B.A. degree


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