Bruce Katz, Director of Metropolitan Policy Program, The Brookings Institution
Edward Pinto, Co-Director of International Center on Housing Risk, American Enterprise Institute
Adrianne Todman, Executive Director, DC Housing Authority
With Mary Louise Kelly, Contributing Editor, The Atlantic
Bruce J. Katz is a vice president at the Brookings Institution and founding director of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program. He is also co-author of The Metropolitan Revolution (Brookings Press, 2013), a distillation of his work on the emerging metropolitan-led "next economy" and its practitioners around the country working to produce more and better jobs driven by innovation, exports and sustainability.
Mary Louise Kelly
Mary Louise Kelly is NPR's former Intelligence correspondent, and the author of the forthcoming novel Anonymous Sources.
American Enterprise Institute (AEI) resident fellow Edward J. Pinto is the codirector of AEI’s International Center on Housing Risk. He is currently researching policy options for rebuilding the US housing finance sector and specializes in the effect of government housing policies on mortgages, foreclosures, and on the availability of affordable housing for working-class families.
Adrianne Todman has served as Executive Director of the District of Columbia Housing Authority (DCHA) since 2009. DCHA provides housing to over 50,000 residents, and is the largest affordable housing provider in the District of Columbia. During Ms. Todman’s tenure, DCHA has created a national model to house and assist homeless veterans, opened the first public affordable assisted living facility, and increased the number of affordable units available for low income families.