Back to School … We Mean Work

September 23 marked the first day of Autumn and thus yet another summer drifts away. While you normally see the women of WHF-PA being the smart engaging change agents for affordable housing that they are, read on to learn a little more about our Steering Committee’s Summer of Fun. Join WHF-PA today! 

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Who is WHF-PA?

Women in Housing and Finance of Pennsylvania (WHF-PA) is a membership organization, which strives to be a networking resource for women in the housing and financial services industry with a specific focus in community development throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Coming Soon: The 2016 QAP

Today is September 1, and the Final 2016 PHFA QAP will be coming soon.

The entire Pennsylvania Affordable Housing Community is holding its breath.

What can we expect?

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Meet Penny!

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Penny Indictor

Penny Indictor of Berman Indictor LLP has been a member of Women in Housing and Finance of PA (WHF PA)) since its inception. She joined the Steering Committee in 2015 and serves on the Events and Programming Committee.

Penny is an expert affordable housing and community development attorney who focuses her practice on various aspects of federal income taxation, including partnership taxation, real estate taxation, and transactions involving Low-Income Housing, Historic, and New Markets tax credits. Penny’s experience includes structuring, negotiating, documenting and closing tax credit transactions and other complex equity investments.  Read More

Great night at Pecha Kucha Night Harrisburg with conversations on ‘Creating A Healthy City’

April 14, 2015 – Pecha Kucha Night Harrisburg kicked off the first official event of the series with the theme ‘Creating A Healthy City’. The event attracted 75 attendees to Midtown Cinema in Harrisburg. The presenters represented a variety of disciplines to share their work on making Harrisburg a healthy city. The night began with a networking reception at a new brewery, “Zeroday”.  Food was available from MADDASH Food Truck.  Special attention was given to use only local suppliers for both the food and beverages. The night opened with a presentation on ‘An Oversimplified Forecast for the Health & Sustainability of Pennsylvania Cities’. This presentation examined what makes a city economically and physically healthy. It was explained how healthy cities are aided by robust local economies and how a healthy economy improves the overall sustainability of cities throughout Pennsylvania. Other thought provoking presentations included ’20 Musings on Food, Movement and Building’; ‘Making the City better in Two Minutes’ to ‘One Step at a Time: Inspiring Girls to be Joyful, Healthy & Confident’ focusing on personal journeys for a bigger cause incorporating teamwork and a shared vision. The evening was a great success and enjoyed by all attendees.

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