From Dismal to Great: Recap and Resources from Healthy Corridors Concurrent Session at Fall Meeting

Panel participants, from right to left: Melani V. Smith. AICP, Principal, Melendrez; Sharon Roerty, Senior Program Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; David Thorpe, VP Shaw Construction; Ben Quintana, Council Member, City of Boise; John Vick, Research Analyst, Division of Epidemiology & Research, Metro Nashville Public Health Department; and Joaquin Torres, Deputy Director, Office of Economic & Workforce Development, City of San Francisco

Many communities are working hard to craft a healthier, more connected future. But too often, underperforming commercial corridors stand in the way. These places, with auto-oriented infrastructure, fast moving traffic, few street trees or pedestrian amenities, spread out land use patterns, and other challenges, may yet represent the last great smart growth and infill opportunity….
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Bay Area Real Estate Veteran Libby Seifel Brings a Passion for Inclusion and Diversity to the 2015 Fall Meeting

Program Committee Cochair Elizabeth "Libby" Seifel

Elizabeth “Libby” Seifel was tapped to be the program committee cochair for the ULI 2015 Fall Meeting. She brings her extensive knowledge of Bay Area real estate, contacts within the industry, and passion for creating an inclusive program that reflects the diversity within ULI and within the communities where members work. …
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