Kristina Smock Consulting works with nonprofit affordable housing providers, intermediaries, foundations and local governments to support affordable housing policy and planning.
Areas of expertise include:
- Affordable housing policy
- Community building
- Resident services
- Strategic planning
- Program development
Community Development Network, Permanent Supportive Housing Project: Coordinated a strategic planning and research process to address the technical and resource barriers to developing permanent supportive housing, 2005-2007.
Home Forward, Resident Communications Strategic Initiative: Coordinated research and analysis for a project to gather input from public housing, affordable housing and Section 8 residents on how to improve Home Forward’s communication with them, 2011.
Housing Authority of Portland, Community Building Research: Conducted best practices research on effective strategies for community building in economically diverse urban housing, 2007.
Housing Development Center, Capital Needs Analysis. Wrote a briefing paper on the capital needs of Seattle’s affordable housing portfolio for the City of Seattle’s Office of Housing, 2008.
Oregon Opportunity Network, Resident Services Opportunity Project: Coordinated research and stakeholder engagement with a statewide network of affordable housing organizations to develop recommendations for supporting the stability and success of low-income tenants, 2010.
Portland Community Reinvestment Initiative, Strategic Planning: Facilitated a strategic planning process and focus groups to guide program planning, 2003-2004.