Join us at the 2023 Knight Insight Summit
Ruse on the Riverwalk in San Antonio, TX.

Packed with training, roundtables, and updates from Knight Development team members and industry experts, this premier annual event is designed to help Housing Authorities and non-profits navigate every phase of the conversion process. The Knight Insight Summit is also open to investors and vendors looking to understand the tools and tactics of asset repositioning. Join us for this exciting opportunity to get practical advice, build new skills, and deploy proven strategies for development success.


The Hotel Contessa awaits!
306 W Market St, San Antonio, TX 78205


Solve the Mysteries of Conversion
Collaborate with peers and industry experts.

Keynote: Eric Cooper, President and CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank
Washington Update: Orlando Cabrera, Former Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing at HUD

Agenda Coming Soon!


Kick-Off the Event with a Clue-themed Welcome Dinner
(Check out our style guide)

Experience a Progressive Dinner on the Riverwalk
with Kimberly Suta – San Antonio Food Writer and Culinary Experience Expert
(Learn more about Kimberly Suta)

Explore San Antonio!
(Learn more about San Antonio)

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2023 Keynote Speaker

Eric Cooper, President and CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank

Known as that “Food Bank Guy” Eric Cooper is the President and CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank.  Through his dual strategies of feeding the line and shortening the line, Eric has received national recognition.  It is this holistic approach to serving the entire community that has garnered community support while delivering measurable impact.

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Committed to extreme efficiencies, Eric works to bend the cost curve of nourishing the hungry while rescuing surplus food from going to waste.  He brings people around the table as an advocate for Social Justice, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.  Eric’s business strategy has been highlighted in the Wall Street Journal and Huffington Post recognized the San Antonio Food Bank among five not-for-profit organizations to watch.  National Geographic highlighted Eric’s commitment to building partnerships, sustainable agriculture, and the food economy.  Locally, Eric has chaired the Mayor’s Fitness Council along with serving as a board member for Workforce Solutions Alamo and recently, elected to serve as a San Antonio Housing Trust Community Board member.

Eric works tirelessly at the Federal, State and Local level to reduce rates of Food Insecurity and Poverty, believing that everyone should have access to good nutrition.  Serving on the frontlines he is a believer in the power of service to not only help those in need, but to heal those who serve. 


Photos from our 2022 event in Biloxi, MS