Join us on April 19th for a moderated discussion to delve into the most pressing questions from housers for Assemblymember Wicks. 

About Assemblymember Buffy Wicks:
Assemblymember Wicks represents the East Bay in the California State Assembly. Elected in 2018 and re-elected in 2020, her district spans the communities of Oakland to Richmond, and includes the City of Berkeley.

Asm. Wicks’ work in the Assembly focuses on housing, expanding the social safety net, protecting consumers’ privacy, and championing the rights of women and working families. Governor Gavin Newsom signed eight of her bills in her first year in office, and – despite the challenges brought on by the COVID pandemic – signed seven of her bills into law in 2020. 

A strong advocate for housing, Asm. Wicks sits as chair of the Assembly Committee on Housing and Community Development. This year, Asm. Wicks introduced the Housing Opportunities for Everyone (HOPE) Act, which would establish dedicated, long-term funding for solutions to housing and homelessness crisis. 

A lifelong community organizer, Asm. Wicks previously served on both of President Barack Obama’s campaigns, and worked for him in the White House. She lives in Oakland with her husband, Peter, and daughters, Jojo and Elly.

Featured Speakers:
Moderator: Joss Tillard-Gates, Senior Program Director, Policy, Enterprise Community Partners; SCANPH Board Member
California State Assemblymember Buffy Wicks (D-Oakland)

April 19th
3:00PM - 4:00PM
Online Event