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2024 Annual Housing Conference

2024 Utah Housing Matters Conference Early Bird Registration Available Now!

We are excited to announce that early bird registration for the 28th Annual Utah Housing Matters Conference is now open! Join us for this exceptional event featuring insightful sessions, engaging speakers, and valuable networking opportunities.

Event Details:

Dates: September 9th - 11th
Location: Zermatt Resort, 784 W Resort Dr, Midway, Utah


To register online, click here.
Secure your accommodations at the Zermatt Resort by booking your room here.

Mail-in Registration:

If you prefer to mail in your registration, please download the registration form using the button below and send it to:

Utah Housing Coalition
230 S 500 W #216
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Scholarship opportunities are available, for more information please reach out to Danette Larsen 

Stay tuned for more updates on the agenda, speakers, and additional conference details in the coming weeks.

We look forward to welcoming you to the 28th Annual Utah Housing Matters Conference!

2024 Confirmed Workshops

Affordable Housing Development for Beginners

Financing Where to Find the Money

Tax Credits 101

Underwriting the Deal

With This Partnership I Thee Wed

Workforce Housing In High-Cost Areas

Multifamily Clean Energy

Working with Landlords for the Win

Nero Inclusive Design

Trauma Informed Design

Farm to Community

Maximizing Your Purchasing Power/The Ins and Outs of FICO

Medicaid Housing Related Services and Supports Program

Equity Sharing Projects

Liability, Property & Casualty Insurance Issues

Modular & MH Homes

Rural Round Table

Maximizing Legislative Funding for Housing Solutions 

Unlocking Housing Potential: Land Grants, Trusts, and Deed Restrictions 

Adapting for Success: Innovative Approaches in Housing Provision 

Modular & MH Homes

Keeping Accountability with you Team

Keeping in Compliance

28th Annual Utah Housing Matters Conference Early Sponsors

AFFORDA, Rocky Mountain CRC

American Express, Enterprise, KeyBank, Morgan Stanley Bank
National Equity Fund Inc., Salt Lake County, The Richmond Group

Brown & Brown, Comcast, Eide Bailey, Western Region Housing Corp.

AARP, Access Foundation, Cowboy Partners, Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines
FJ & Associates, Harold Woodruff Architect/Planner, Kier Construction, New West Community Capitol
Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund, Salt Lake City Corporation Housing Stability Division, TWG
Utah Nonprofit Housing Corp., Winthrop & Weinstine

Alta Bank, First Step House, ReStore, Sellers Management,
Utah Housing Preservation Fund, USDA, Zions Bank


Edited 6/18/2024

Become a Sponsor Today

If you would like to mail in your sponsorship request form please click the link below to download the forms, or to register online please click here

Keynote Speaker-Jan McInnis

  • Jan McInnis
    Jan McInnis

    Jan McInnis, has written for Jay Leno’s Tonight Show monologue as well as many other people, places and groups – radio, TV, syndicated cartoon strips, guests on the Jerry Springer show (her parents are proud!). For the past 25+ years she’s traveled the country as a keynote speaker, and comedian sharing her unique and practical tips on how to use humor in business (yes it’s a business skill!). Jan has spoken to thousands of organizations from the Federal Reserve Banks to the Mayo Clinic. She is author of two books: “Finding The Funny Fast,” and “Convention Comedian,” and has been heard on hundreds of radio stations. Jan was also featured in the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and the Huffington Post for her clean comedy.

Guest Speaker

  • Suzi Craig

    Suzi Craig is the VP of Workplace Mental Health at Mental Health America. She is responsible for leading the strategic design and future direction of MHA’s workplace mental health programs. Suzi brings more than 20 years of experience leading strategic planning and entrepreneurial efforts, partnership and program development, and marketing and communications.

    Prior to joining MHA in 2023, Suzi was Chief Strategy Officer at Mental Health Connecticut (MHC), an affiliate of MHA. At MHC, Suzi built the infrastructure that created a robust community of partner and donor support, oversaw the successful launch of public-facing prevention programs, including the MHC’s workplace mental health program, championed the CT Parity Coalition, and led the organization’s strategic planning for seven years.

    Prior to joining MHC, Suzi worked for Connecticut Public Broadcasting and Connecticut’s startup ecosystem. She began her career in book publishing in NYC. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut, a certified yoga instructor, and has a certification from Cornell in organizational design.