Clear the Air with Smoke-free Apartments

Smoking is a leading cause of fires and the number one cause of fire fatalities. There is no safe amount of secondhand smoke; and thirdhand smoke exposure, or the residue left after the smoke is gone, is also dangerous, difficult and expensive to remove. Join our panel as we discuss a suggested process for converting apartments to smoke-free housing, including policy decisions, documentation, enforcement options and tools to help you and your residents with these adjustments.

Date and Time: Tuesday, March 7 at 2 p.m. ET

Price: Free

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Meet Our Panel

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Carleen Crawford

Carleen Crawford, Tobacco Treatment Specialist and Regional Tobacco Control Manager, works for North Carolina Health Region 4 serving Charlotte (Mecklenburg Co.) and 10 surrounding counties. In her role, Crawford is a champion who works closely with public health and community partners to drive action on tobacco-free living through policy, environmental and system changes. She holds a BSBA from the University of Mount Olive and an AA from Clayton State University. 

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Anna Stein

Anna Stein, an attorney and legal special with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services/Division of Public Health, Chronic Disease and Injury Section, works in policy areas surrounding tobacco control, opioids, alcohol and cannabis. She obtained her JD and MPH degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill.

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Scott Wilkerson

Scott Wilkerson, Chief Investment Officer, oversees all acquisition and investment activities at Ginkgo Residential. He brings 35 years of multifamily experience, including as President/CEO of BNP Residential Properties, a publicly traded REIT. Wilkerson was Regional Vice President for NAA and President of both the Apartment Association of North Carolina and the Greater Charlotte Apartment Association. He has received a BS in Accounting from UNC Charlotte and is both a CPA and a real estate broker.