Lunch will be served. Please register at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VJCXD2P 
Can Los Angeles Really End Homelessness?
A micro-to-macro look at one of LA’s most challenging problems
Vision of the Series: This series is meant to focus on interdisciplinary challenges and solutions to homelessness in Los Angeles. The audience will be primarily composed of students and faculty from the school’s three departments- Social Welfare, Public Policy, and Urban Planning. We hope that this series can educate and challenge the thinking of attendees on the complexity of homelessness in our city.
Third Event in the Series: Building a System That Works
This event will focus on homelessness in LA at a macro-level. It is meant to cover the systems and policy approaches to addressing homelessness in LA in an interdisciplinary, intersectional way. Special attention will be devoted to addressing the effort to end chronic and veteran homelessness in LA.
Bill Pitkin, Director of Domestic Programs at the Conrad Hilton Foundation
Christine Marge, Director of Housing and Financial Stability at the United Way
Molly Rysman, Director at the Corporation for Supportive Housing