Thursday, October 12th, 2023 | 10:30 am

Thursday, October 12th, 2023 | 10:30 am

2023 Housing Underproduction™ in the U.S. Report Release

10:30 am to 11:45 am
Included with registration
We will release the findings of our signature annual research report covering Housing Underproduction during the height of the pandemic.


Bryan Greene

Vice President of Policy Advocacy, National Association of REALTORS®


Bryan Greene is Vice President of Policy Advocacy at the National Association of REALTORS® where he oversees all legislative and regulatory advocacy on behalf of the association’s 1.4 million members. Bryan joined NAR in November 2019, and spent his first year at NAR raising the association’s profile in Washington and nationwide on all fair-housing-related policy matters as NAR’s first Director of Fair Housing Policy.

Before joining NAR, Bryan served for ten years as the highest-ranking career official in HUD’s Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO), where he oversaw the policy direction and operational management of the 600-person office enforcing the nation’s housing anti-discrimination laws. Under Bryan’s leadership as FHEO General Deputy Assistant Secretary, HUD pursued large-scale, high-profile cases that addressed systemic discrimination and provided widespread relief. Bryan also managed HUD’s Fair Housing Assistance Program (FHAP) and HUD’s Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP), which together provide over $70 million to state and local government agencies and nonprofit organizations fighting discrimination in local communities.

Bryan has held other senior positions at HUD during his three decades at the agency, including a stint as the Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Affairs in HUD’s Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R), where he worked to reduce regulatory barriers to affordable housing.

Bryan was the 2007 recipient of the Presidential Rank Award, the highest federal honor bestowed upon federal senior executives for outstanding service.

Bryan earned his degree in Government from Harvard University.

The Honorable Katie Cristol

Former Board Chair, Arlington County, Virginia


Former Arlington County Board Chair Katie Cristol is a community advocate and public policy professional. She was first elected to the Board in November 2015, and served as Chair of the County Board in 2018 and 2022. She is the Co-Chair of Arlington’s Project PEACE, an interagency collaboration to address domestic and sexual violence in our community.

Regionally, Katie represented Arlington on the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority and the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, of which she is immediate past Chair. She chairs the Urban Section of the Virginia Municipal League and is the past Chair of the Operations Board of The Virginia Railway Express and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Government Human Services Policy Committee.

She is an inaugural member of the E Pluribus Unum Fellowship for racial equity; her fellowship project centers on grantmaking for equity practices and community needs assessments in the County. Her work has also been recognized by the Arlington Gay and Lesbian Alliance with their 2020 Equality Award, and by the Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition with their 2021 Northern Virginia Visionary Award.

Katie has been an advocate for women’s issues, including reproductive health, political representation, and support for survivors of sexual assault, for over a decade. She was appointed to the Arlington Commission on the Status of Women by the County Board in 2012 and supported the Commission’s efforts to garner attention for critical issues such as women’s professional advancement and childcare affordability and to recognize the achievements of women in the community. Prior to joining the County Board, she was appointed by the School Board and the Randolph Elementary School PTA to serve as the school’s liaison to the Arlington Public Schools Advisory Council on Instruction.

Katie holds a public policy master’s degree from Princeton University, a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia, and is a 2012 graduate of Arlington Neighborhood College. She and her husband, Steve, and their son Cary, live in South Arlington.

A.J. Herrmann

Director, Policy & Program Innovation, Accelerator for America


Before joining the Accelerator team, A.J. was the Director of Policy for Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas. In that role, he led legislative efforts to establish and fund the city’s first Housing Trust Fund, become the first major city in the country to launch Zero Fare Transit, and helped manage the city’s public health and economic response to COVID-19. Prior to his time at City Hall, he was a Senior Program Officer at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, where he managed the Kauffman Indicators of Entrepreneurship, a suite of data tools and visualizations focused on entrepreneurship and business growth, as well as a $5 million grant portfolio focused on entrepreneurship research and policy. AJ also has extensive experience as a policy-focused research consultant and has advised federal agencies, non-profits, and advocacy organizations with program evaluation, implementation, and strategic planning efforts. A.J. earned a Masters in Public Policy from the University of California-Berkeley and BA in History from Colby College.

Julie Smith

Chief Administrative Officer, The Bozzuto Group


As Chief Administrative Officer, Julie is responsible for the oversight and strategy of Bozzuto’s Marketing, Human Resources, Technology, and Research departments. Julie’s expertise in brand building, talent, and technology is integral in the company’s ongoing expansion efforts into targeted markets as well as in the alignment of the Bozzuto brand with the evolving expectations of today’s customer.

Julie joined The Bozzuto Group in 1989 and served as the President of Bozzuto Management Company until 2016, overseeing a $9 billion portfolio throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and Southern regions.

Julie serves as Chair of the Board of non-profit Victory Housing and is an Advisory Board Member for the Master in Real Estate Development (MRED) program at the University of Maryland. She is an Officer of the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) . She serves as a Board Member for ApartmentList and The Ruppert Companies.  She is the Chair of ULI Washington  and is a past Chair of the Women’s Leadership Initiative for ULI Washington.

Tim Cornwell

Principal, The Concord Group


With a career spanning nearly two decades at The Concord Group, Mr. Cornwell has completed over 600 engagements a year for several dozen clients covering a wide variety of analysis/product types and real estate asset classes. During his tenure, Tim has completed engagements in 30 U.S. States and 12 countries. Tim is an expert in market-based urban infill development strategy, delivering a best-in-class quantitative/qualitative approach to solving macro- and micro-economic challenges facing urban redevelopment around the United States.

Tim is a frequent speaker on multi-family development, urban infill trends and issues facing his Gen Y peers, and is active with the Urban Land Institute, SPUR and other industry-leading organizations. Tim also leads The Concord Group’s affordable housing practice, completing more than forty engagements annually in support funding applications, acquisitions, and planning efforts.

A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Tim is a graduate of Pomona College with a degree in international relations and economics.