Event registration

Hotel registration

Meeting Locations

Please note: NAIHC's special hotel rate has now expired. Some alternatives to find accommodations are: washington.org and hotels.com or you may contact The Mayflower Renaissance.

The Historic Mayflower Renaissance Hotel
1127 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20036
Hotel Rate: Starting at $229 + tax
Registration: 877.212.5752 or
Mention NAIHC when booking your room

U.S. Senate Offices
(between Constitution Avenue and C Street NE):
- Russell Building
- Dirksen Building
- Hart Building

U.S. House of Representatives Offices
(between Independence Avenue and C Street SE):
- Rayburn Building
- Longworth Building
- Cannon Building


Legislative Conference 2014

the mayflower renaissance, washington, dc

february 25-27

Please make plans to join fellow tribal housing colleagues at the NAIHC 2014 Legislative Conference in Washington, DC. NAIHC is working to bring you an agenda with important messages from federal agency representatives, tribal housing partners and Members of Congress. Don't miss this key event to address issues facing tribal housing programs.

Schedule at a glance

(subject to change)

Tuesday, Feb. 25
  9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Early Registration
  10 - 11:30 a.m. Advocacy Training
A comprehensive review of advocacy on Capitol Hill, with key timelines and essential strategies on message delivery.
  1:30 - 4 p.m. Legislative Committee Meeting
A forum for tribal leaders and housing professionals to provide input and recommendations on legislative issues.
Wednesday, Feb. 26
  7:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. Registration
  9 a.m. Inside the Beltway: A Housing Update
Welcome and Chairwoman’s Update
Cheryl A. Causley, Chairwoman, NAIHC
Executive Director’s Report
David Sanborn, Executive Director, NAIHC
Legislative Committee Update
Sami Jo Difuntorum, Chair, NAIHC Legislative Committee
Messages from Federal Agency Representatives
  12 - 2 p.m. Lunch Break
  2 p.m. Updates from Capitol Hill
  4 p.m. Adjourn
Thursday, Feb. 27
  9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Capitol Hill Meetings*
Tribal leaders and tribal housing professionals are encouraged to meet with their respective Congressional delegations during this time.

*If assistance is needed in arranging meetings with Congressional offices, please contact Shawn Pensoneau, Office of Governmental Affairs Director, at 202-789-1754.