Community Sustainability & Resilience Bryan Bowen
Lessons from the Token Crystal Byrd Farmer
Aging in Intergenerational Cohousing David Entin
Using Communication and Planning for a Smoother Budget Process Diane Craig and Mary Gove
Net Zero: Cost-Effectively Achieving Climate Imperatives Erik Bonnett
Design of Urban Cohousing Grace H Kim, MacKenzie Stonehocker and Leslie Shieh
Community Living at it’s BEST! Karin Hoskin
Creating Community with Intention Laurie Frank
L’habitat participatif, density and retrofit in French Cohousing Mathilde Berthe
Cohousing as a Crucible for Change Robin Allison
Specialized or Affinity Group Cohousing Roger Studley, Kathryn M McCamant
Interest to Commitment – The Magic of Using a CRM System for Marketing and Recruitment Shelly Parks
Time Management in Meetings Ted Rau
Housing for the Future: Cohousing & Cooperatives Anne Reynolds
In the context of today’s housing crisis, how might we create affordable housing options that foster connection, support ecological regeneration and create economic wellbeing for all?
The Cohousing Association of the US was proud to feature Cooperative Hall of Fame Inductee, Anne Reynolds, as the keynote speaker for the opening night of the National Cohousing Conference.
Anne Reynolds has been a driving force in the Cooperative movement for almost 35 years, and was inducted into the Cooperative Hall of Fame in 2019.
As they stated, she has been “a fixture of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Cooperatives—the U.S.’s premier cooperative research center—Anne has contributed significantly to scholarship on cooperatives. Her career has not only spanned co-op sectors, but bridged gaps: between academics and business leaders, between strategic thinking and practical application and across deep ideological and cultural divides.”