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In Person - Fair Housing Hot Topics - Reasonable Accommodations and more

Multifamily NW Welcomes Shyle Ruder and Mel Keller, FHCO

Wednesday, December 14, 2022
11:00 AM - 1:30 PM (PST)
86 Seats Remaining

Event Details

Please join us for the latest information on Fair Housing laws. Shyle and Mel will be tallking about the hot topics and challenges they are seeing arise in the multifamily housing industry. We will have lunch, do some networking and Shyle and Mel will be available for all your Fair Housing questions!

Multifamily NW Welcomes:Shyle Ruder and Mel Keller, Fair Housing Council of Oregon

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December 14
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Lunch and Networking
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM Fair Housing Hot Topics

For More Information:

Ericka Hargis
Ericka Hargis
Education Coordinator MFNW

Multifamily NW Welcomes

Shyle Ruder, Education and Outreach Director,

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.

Mel Keller, Educator,

Fair Housing Council of Oregon

Mel Keller is an experienced educator and facilitator on social justice and American politics. She has a masters’ degree from the London School of Economics focusing on comparative political economy, and a masters’ degree from the University of Oregon specializing in American politics. Her research has focused on the history of veterans’ benefits in the United States and Europe, along with the ways in which veterans’ benefits and other forms of welfare have been tools of racial discrimination and oppression in the United States. Mel has taught at the university-level for two years, covering introductory political science courses along with courses on economic and social inequality, the politics of business, and the history of social movements. 

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