Tuesday, November 6: 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Are millennials trapped in your basement? Do today's young people fear hard work? Why is avocado toast so good? Come learn the messy truth behind the misleading myth from two millennials.
Jonathan (Jon) Duy, Ohio Housing Finance Agency
Jonathan Duy joined OHFA in 2011 and serves as the Real Estate Relations Manager. Since 2006, Duy has served as a licensed real estate agent in central and northeastern Ohio and passionately believes in homeownership. Prior to joining OHFA's Office of Homeownership, he worked on OHFA's statewide foreclosure prevention effort and for a public housing consulting firm. He is accredited by the Division of Real Estate as a continuing education provider and has taught over 5,000 real estate agents. Duy holds a Bachelor's degree in Urban Studies with a concentration in Urban Planning and Geographical Information Systems from Cleveland State University.
Carlie Boos, Ohio Housing Finance Agency
Carlie J. Boos, Esq. is the Program and Policy Manager at the Ohio Housing Finance Agency where she develops the Qualified Allocation Plan, oversees the Ohio and National Housing Trust Fund Allocation Plans, and creates other affordable housing tools. Previously, she directed housing and economic recovery programming, including the Neighborhood Initiative Program and Save the Dream Ohio. After graduating from the Ohio State University and Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Ms. Boos practiced as a consumer rights and housing attorney and consulted for The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law's faculty on consumer rights issues.