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Moving to Higher Opportunity Summit: [Exploring Options and Opportunities for Housing Mobility, at Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, with HUD Deputy Secretary Maurice Jones, Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing Sandra Henriquez, Deputy Asistant Secretary for Enforcement Programs Sara Pratt, and Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities Acting Director Salin Geevarghese joining housing policy specialists from around the country among the speakers]

Moving to Higher Opportunity Summit: [Exploring Options and Opportunities for Housing Mobility, at Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, with HUD Deputy Secretary Maurice Jones, Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing Sandra Henriquez, Deputy Asistant Secretary for Enforcement Programs Sara Pratt, and Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities Acting Director Salin Geevarghese joining housing policy specialists from around the country among the speakers]

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Photographer: Sammy Mayo, Jr.--HUD

Photo Creation Date: 1/9/2014
Moving to Higher Opportunity Summit: [Exploring Options and Opportunities for Housing Mobility, at Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, with HUD Deputy Secretary Maurice Jones, Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing Sandra Henriquez, Deputy Asistant Secretary for Enforcement Programs Sara Pratt, and Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities Acting Director Salin Geevarghese joining housing policy specialists from around the country among the speakers]

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