In addition to numerous presentations to academic audiences at conferences, Dr. Scally has been invited to speak at a variety of venues about her expertise in state and local housing and community development. She has spoken to international, national, state, regional and local audiences.
“Rescaling Community Development Advocacy through CDC Networks.” Urban China Research Network International Conference on Contemporary Urban Research: Social Science Perspectives From China And North America, University at Albany, SUNY, May 2010.
“State CDC Associations: What they are, what they are not, and what they can be.” National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations, 3rd Annual Summit, Washington, D.C., March 2009.
“Are States Filling the Housing Policy Gap? Evidence from California, Illinois, and New Jersey.” American Planning Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 2007.
“State Housing Structures & Processes.” Interagency Council on Affordable Housing, State of Connecticut Office of Policy and Management, September 2012
“Understanding State Housing Finance Agencies: Opportunities for Delaware.” Delaware Housing Coalition, Housing Policy Breakfast Forum, Wilmington, DE, November 2008.
“Assessing and Addressing Conditions in Distressed Communities: The CORe Pilot Initiative in Albany.” Upstate New York American Planning Association Annual Conference, September 2013.
“Surveying Vacant and Abandoned Properties.” Neighborhood Preservation Coalition of New York State. June 2013.