Public Housing, Policy Change Agent and Author of, Housing Humans- A Vicarious Memorandum, Eugene E. Jones, Jr., advocates for affordable housing and national housing policy reform. Mr. Jones has led housing authorities across the United States and in over eight of the largest housing authorities in the U.S. and even internationally in Toronto, Canada. Mr. Jones is an innovative leader who partners with those who can help him execute his out-of-the-box solutions to build more than just vertical brick-and-mortar high rises, but more so communities where people can thrive and live with dignity.
Percy (Master P) Miller is a hip-hop mogul, actor, producer, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He also founded No Limit records selling over 100 million records. he is the archetypal southern rap entrepreneur. In 1990, at a time when record labels were still reluctant to look beyond New York or Los Angeles for their signings, he went the independent route, forming his own label, No Limit. After a slow underground start, he achieved fame and success not only for himself but for much of his stable of artists, including Mystikal, Kane & Abel, and Snoop Dogg, who signed in 1998 after falling out with Death Row. Miller also established himself as a savvy businessman with a range of investments and interests beyond rap.
The National Alliance of Resident Services in Affordable and Assisted Housing (NAR-SAAH) is a 501-C3 organization and was organized in 2002 to assist resident services employees and public housing residents by shaping national housing policy, expanding partnerships with community institutions, leveraging funding streams to support resident programs, and speaking on matters impacted by changing economic conditions and shifting political priorities.