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SPP Washington, DC Program and Events

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The Pepperdine School of Public Policy hosts a wide variety of program and events in Washington, DC, and at the Pepperdine DC campus located in the heart of the nation's capital. The School of Public Policy continually expands our presence in DC through our, "Evening Conversations Series" hosted in partnership with the Trinity Forum; a variety of three-day certificate programs and our DC Policy Scholars Program.

Watch Past California to Capitol Hill Conversations: 

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GSE Reform: Will 2019 Finally Mean an End to the Conservatorship?

February 19, 2019

Panelists:
Mike Calhoun, President, Center for Responsible Lending
Landon Parsons, Moelis & Company

Tom Vartanian, Program on Financial Regulation & Technology, George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School

Gerron Levi, National Community Reinvestment Coalition

Ron Haynie, Independent Community Bankers Association

Michela Zonta, Senior Policy Analyst, Housing team at the Center for American Progress

The Future of American Retirement panelists

The Future of American Retirement

Protecting Taxpayers from the Politicizing of Public Pension Accounts

September 25, 2018

Panelists:
Christopher Burnham, President & Founder, Inst. for Pension Fund Integrity

Hon. Kathleen Kennedy, Townsend, Chief Executive, Center for Retirement Initiatives, Georgetown University

Michael Belsky, Executive Director, Center for Municipal Finance (University of Chicago, Harris School

Wayne Winegarden, PhD, Sr. Fellow, Pacific Research Institute

Hon. Joshua Gotbaum, Guest Scholar, Brookings Institute

The Future of Housing panelists

The Future of Housing

Protecting Taxpayers and Ensuring a Robust Secondary Housing Market

July 25, 2017

Panelists:
Ron Haynie, Independent Community Bankers Association

Landon Parsons, Moelis & Co.

Michael Stegman, Bipartisan Policy Center

Richard Green, Lusk Center for Real Estate, University of Southern California

Gerron Levi, National Community Reinvestment Coalition

Moderator:
Lorraine Woellert, POLITICO PRO Financial Services Reporter