Presentations and Publications
Conference notes, white papers and more
Jamboree engages in conversation with affordable housing industry leaders, local governments, developers and investors about how to continually innovate and improve communities. As a thought leader, we develop resources for industry stakeholders and are eager to share resources about our ideas, experiences, lessons and award-winning communities and services.
Our experienced and knowledgeable Jamboree staff and leadership are available to speak at conferences and events, as well as to collaborate on publications relevant to the affordable housing industry.
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Jamboree, research consultant, and community partner presentation at the American Planning Association California conference focused on the connection between health and housing and what research reveals about how our approach changes lives.
See Laura Archuleta’s presentation to the ACC-OC Housing Forum.
Laura Archuleta’s presentation at the UCI School of Social Ecology, AIA Orange County, USGBC Orange County and United Nations Association of the USA Orange County’s symposium Bridges OC 2018: Building Connections for a Sustainable Future.
At a time when there is little undeveloped land available for residential projects, there remains one abundant development opportunity – underutilized and vacant retail centers along transit corridors. These Jamboree properties are great case studies.
Released in September 2017, a trio of OC entities collaborated on a comprehensive study on the state of homelessness in Orange County to reveal the financial, social and political implications of homelessness and outline ways to end it.
Learn about the economic, educational, and social impact of living in one of Jamboree's affordable housing communities. This study focused on residents living in Jamboree's family properties throughout California.
Study presented and co-authored by a team that represents the private, public and policy sectors, including Michael Battaglia from CalAtlantic Homes and Vice Chair of California BIA as well as Laura Archuleta, Jamboree president.
Jamboree's presentation at the 2017 BIA-OC Urban In-Fill Task Force. Learn how in-fill housing can be an outside-the-box approach to creative use of under-utilized, remnant or odd-shaped parcels.
The presentation we gave at the 30th annual UCLA Land Use and Planning Conference. It outlines new approaches to land use and financing for affordable housing including Jamboree case studies.
Get a better understanding of the critical role affordable housing with services provides by considering some of the latest data about homelessness, minimum wage vs. the cost of housing, and aging Baby Boomers.
Take a creative look at the Jamboree story and our expanding efforts from our beginning in 1990 to today, to our vision for the future, and the strong partnerships that have uniquely supported our mission. (1.7MB)
Affordable housing with services provides many positive outcomes – children who do better in school, better nutrition for families, seniors who live independently longer, formerly homeless living with mental illness who find stability and independence.
From the 2015 Planning & Conservation League Symposium: What are the obstacles and solutions to developing affordable housing in a community? What does success look like? Here are insights from Jamboree president Laura Archuleta.
What’s the relationship between creating healthier places and the availability of quality affordable housing? Our white paper more clearly defines how affordable housing and healthy communities are closely aligned.
Our conference notes from this year's Meeting of the Minds. The conference explored how Orange County is leading the charge to end homelessness.
From the Housing California Conference, we share 10 principles for creating quality affordable housing.