The PHENND Conference is an annual gathering for practitioners of campus-community partnership. This year, the theme is Housing.
This year, the theme is Housing.This gathering will be attended by 100-125 students, campus staff, faculty, and community organization staff active in community service, service-learning, and campus-community partnership work. While primarily targeting individuals who are part of the 25+ colleges and universities involved in the Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development (PHENND), this event is also open nationally to practitioners of campus-community partnership.
– Stephanie Sena, Founder & Executive Director | Student-Run Emergency Housing Unit of Philadelphia
SREHUP is a non-profit homeless shelter, which teaches students about the causes of homelessness and the obstacles to overcoming it, and places students in positions of leadership in shelter operation. She also founded The Breaking Bread Village, an affordable housing community for people experiencing homelessness and their pets.
– Greg Heller, Sr. Vice President of Community Investment | PHDC
– Levana Leyandecker | Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania
– Chantelle Wilkinson | National Low-Income Housing Coalition