This is an introductory class, explaining basic Fair Housing concepts such as protected classes, reasonable accommodation and assistance animals from a very basic standpoint. This class is designed for new landlords and employees needing to begin their education about Fair Housing.
Multifamily NW Welcomes: Shyle Ruder, Fair Housing Council of Oregon
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For More Information:
Multifamily NW Welcomes
Director of Outreach and Education,
Fair Housing Council of Oregon
Shyle Ruder is the Education and Outreach Director at the Fair Housing Council of Oregon. Prior to her work at FHCO, Shyle worked in HIV/AIDS Services for 18 years with 14 of those years focused on housing services for people living with HIV/AIDS. As part of that work, she has taught about Fair Housing rights since 2006. Shyle served on the Renters Education Alliance Committee for seven years and helped develop the Rent Well tenant education series, an intensive 15-hour course designed to teach individuals their rights and responsibilities as renters. She holds a Master’s Degree in Postsecondary Adult Continuing Education from PSU.