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    Workforce Housing: Bridging the Gap in Our Communities

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    June 25, 2024
    June 25, 2024
    Atlanta Area Chapter
    Zoom, Zoom Livestream Broadcast Location
    Sandra McAlister Winter
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    Zoom Livestream Videoconference


    June 25, 2024, 8:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. (EASTERN)


    Join us for an insightful seminar on workforce housing where we will discuss how it differs from affordable housing and how it offers innovative solutions and strategies for bridging the housing gap for employees.  Gain valuable insights into sustainable development and community-driven initiatives to foster a thriving workforce environment.


    • Understanding what workforce housing is and how it differs from affordable housing.
    • Understanding the benefits of workforce housing for employers, the impact it has on communities, and the role of local and national governments in promoting workforce housing.
    • Present examples of innovative approaches and sustainable solutions and discuss public-private partnerships and community-driven initiatives.
    • Understanding the future prospects of workforce housing and the potential challenges in implementation, as well as the need for continuous adaptation and innovation in the housing sector.


    Sandra McAlister Winter, MAI, AI-GRS, Senior QA/QC Manager of the Valuations Group at Capital One, Atlanta, GA


    • basic free Zoom Application software (
    • reliable internet connection
    • computer, iPad, or tablet
    • web camera (built into laptop computer or external attachment)
    • audio with speaker and microphone capability (built into your computer, headphone, or earbuds)


    The Appraisal Institute has approved 20 AI Points for Workforce Housing: Bridging the Gap in Our Communities.  The AI, GA, MS, and TN Real Estate Appraisers Boards have approved 4 hours of continuing education credit.  100% attendance is required for credit.


    If you are new to ZOOM or need a little refresher, please take their FREE tutorial How to Join a Zoom Meeting.

    Livestream/Interactive Participation Requirements: 

    • Students must have a reliable internet connection, computer (or tablet), web camera, audio (speaker and microphone) capability to participate and receive continuing education credit.  
    • Students must wear full proper attire.
    • Your webcam must always be in the on positions, with you in front of it.  Check your webcam privacy settings and allow the Zoom software to access it. If you have a Lenovo laptop, some participants have noticed that they need to install the Lenovo Vantage App on their computers for the webcam to operate. 
    • A paid Zoom account is not required to participate; however, you need to sign up for the free basic Zoom account/ application ( and install the zoom app on your computer, prior to the seminar start date.
    • The Zoom platform will be interactive and live. The instructor must be able to see and interact with all students and students must be able see and interact with the instructor.
    • Students must be in a location that allows for their full attention and interaction.
    • A copy of your driver's license must be emailed to the Chapter office as verification of your identity after you have registered for the seminar and prior to the start date.  We recommend covering private information on your ID except your full name and photo.  

    Registrants will receive a separate email from Suzanne Brockway, approximately 24 hours before class, with Zoom login information. Contact the chapter office if you have any questions regarding the participation guidelines, at


    • To receive AI and State credit, 100% attendance is required for all Appraisal Institute education programs.
    • attendance will be monitored throughout the day, via webcam and zoom chat roll call
    • students are required to be visible on the virtual platform during the entirety of class time
    • students are required to be in front of the camera with the camera in the on position (100% of the time)
    • instructor may direct questions to each student in the morning and afternoon
    • Important: Please have your photo ID ready at the start of class. To expedite check-in, we will view all attendees’ IDs at the same time and take a screenshot. We recommend covering private information on your ID except your full name and photo.