These finalists are being recognized for improving the prospects for early school success and equitable learning recovery, including for children whose families are served by the nation’s public housing agencies and affordable housing organizations.
2022 All-America City Award Finalists
in alphabetical order by city
Des Moines, IA
El Paso, TX
Kansas City, MO
Los Angeles, CA
Metro Omaha, NE
New Haven, CT
San Antonio, TX
Suncoast Region, FL
Tarpon Springs, FL
These finalists will be presenting their work to a jury of nationally recognized civic leaders. View the complete presentation schedule in the program or navigate to the ‘agenda’ tab of the event platform.
This year’s virtual event will include community presentations, participant roundtables, inspiring speakers, interactive booths and entertaining talent showcases from across the country. Navigate along the event platform menu to access offerings or download the event program.
All workshops and roundtables will take place over zoom, with specific access instructions found in the agenda. You can register for workshops, ceremonies and keynotes speeches on the agenda page and watch finalist presentations on Facebook. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you experience any difficulties joining a session.
Adrianne Todman, Deputy Secretary , U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Adrianne Todman is the 12th Deputy Secretary of HUD. She has dedicated her career to improving people’s lives and strengthening communities through housing.
City of Austin, Texas
Steve Adler is Austin’s 52nd Mayor, having won re-election in 2018 by 40 points in a field of 8 candidates. His top priorities include mobility, affordability, and equity.
Sharon L. Davies, J.D.
President and CEO
Davies’ career experiences span both academic and non-academic fields. From 2017-2021, Davies was provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Spelman College.