Sadie McKeown President The Community Preservation Corporation A seasoned leader with 30 years of history at the company, Sadie McKeown leads the development and implementation of CPC's growth strategy and oversees the company's field offices, its construction lending, initiatives, and its equity and impact investing platforms. Sadie also works closely with the President of CPC Mortgage Company, CPC's Agency lending subsidiary, to align the company's products and solutions under the CPC brand. Sadie brings an eye toward collective solutions to addressing the capital challenges facing disinvested communities. Having spent two decades as a CPC loan officers and harnessed dozens of municipal tools and public subsidy programs to drive affordable, sustainable multifamily development and economic revitalization, Sadie has developed a passion and skill for aligning private resources and government priorities for impact and change. Across a decade of executive leadership at CPC, Sadie has been a driving force in the company's growth and success. Sadie built and continues to lead CPC's sustainability platform, focused on driving higher performance, resilient, healthier housing and creating economic opportunity in disadvantaged communities. Under Sadie's leadership, CPC is administering the $250 Million Climate Friendly Homes Fund, aiming to electrify 10,000 units of housing in partnership with New York State. Sadie also oversees the ACCESS fund to strengthen and support BIPOC developers. As a board member of the New York State Housing Finance Agency, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, and New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation, Sadie works to align climate and affordability in the multifamily space.
Wed Apr 10 2:30 PM — 3:30 PM (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time New York Hilton Midtown - Level 3, Trianon Ballroom
Reducing Real Estate’s Carbon Footprint and the Path to Net Zero: The Costs of Meeting the Moment and the Consequences of Neglect
Building owners, investors and tenants grapple with the costs of reducing carbon footprints while cities set aggressive goals towards achieving net zero. Meanwhile, the capital markets must determine how to finance these "green" initiatives and quantify the value and risk associated with transitioning to net zero. Join us as we explore the real costs of going to net zero, who bears the burden and the financial drivers behind this push.