Forward Equitable Development Conference

Posted by Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations on May 14, 2018

Early Bird Tickets are on sale for the PACDC Community Development Leadership Institute’s Forward Equitable Development Conference being held on Wednesday, June 27th at the Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) and Temple University’s Center City Campus. We will bring together more than 200 participants committed to a more equitable Philadelphia. Don’t delay as we expect the conference to sell out. Get your tickets before the price goes up!

Registration opens at 8:45 a.m., and a closing event at Dilworth Park will begin at 5:00 p.m. In addition to the keynote by Andy Shallal and a panel discussion, there will be a series of afternoon workshops (details forthcoming). Find the agenda for the day here.

PACDC will offer a limited number of scholarships for attendees who would otherwise be unable to cover the full cost of attendance. If you would like to be considered, please contact Zakya Hall at or 215-732-5829 ext. 103 by Friday, May 25th.

PACDC Members
$79 – Early Bird Registration Rate (through Friday, May 25th)
$109 – Regular Member Rate

$109 – Early Bird Registration Rate (through Friday, May 25th)
$139 – Regular Member Rate

PACDC would like to thank Public Health Management Corporation, Temple University Center City, the Philadelphia Division of Housing and Community Development and the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia for partnering in the planning and convening of the Equitable Development Conference.

We would also like to thank our 2018 Signature Events Series Sponsors as well as the Allen Hilles Fund, Oak Foundation and The Philadelphia Foundation who support PACDC’s CDLI activities.

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