Local Organizing Committees

The creation of a local organizing committees (LOC) is the first step to becoming a District Council. It is designed to assist members to build a foundation over a 1-2 year period and create the capacity to operate as a financially self-sufficient enterprise delivering the ULI mission at the local level, deserving of formal ULI recognition as a District/National Council. The communities in this section are on their way to being District Councils.

From Our District Councils

Commercial Corridor and Neighborhood Revitalization - ULI resource list

Ten-Principles-for-Reinventing-Americas-Suburban-Strips

This post contains a list of resources – ULI and external – pertaining to the strategies, tools, and…

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WLI Event: National Geographic's Women of Vision Photography Exhibit

WLI at National Geographic

ULI Washington's Women's Leadership Initiative invites you to a private viewing of the Women of Vision photography exhibit…

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ULI’s Embrace of Complete Streets Reaches around the World

Photograph from Completing Our Streets, courtesy of Alec Hamilton/Walk San Diego.

From St. Petersburg, Florida to Moscow, Russia, ULI expert teams have drawn attention to the importance of creating…

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Contact

Marilee Utter
Executive Vice President,
District Council Program
Phone: 303-534-6620

Heidi Sweetnam
Vice President,
District Councils
Phone: 202-624-7170

Graham Stroh
Director, District Council Programs
Phone: 202-624-7027

Caroline Sullivan
Senior Associate,
District Councils
Phone: 202-624-7014

Iskra Marinova
Administrative Assistant,
District Councils
Phone: 202-624-7161