ULIsf: Beyond the Elevator Pitch

“Beyond the Elevator Pitch,” the professional engagement and speaking workshop put on by the Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) in San Francisco, took place on June 3. ULI San Francisco was fortunate to have two ULI writers in attendance: Lauren Kohli, TRC, and Lindsay Pincus, Studio Architecture, to capture their personal experiences from the sold-out event….
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Manager, Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate (Washington, D.C.)

ULI is seeking a Manager to join the Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate (the “Center”) to help support, and engage in, the full range of the Center’s activities. Reporting to the Vice Present of the Center, the Manager will be involved in both the operational and substantive components of the Center….
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Associate, Membership & Marketing (Washington, D.C.)

Entry-level position in the Membership and Marketing Department with good potential for advancement. The position has direct involvement with the ULI Membership Marketing recruitment and retention program, as well as responsibility for coordination and execution of both the Publications marketing and Awards marketing programs. This exempt position will be a part of the Membership and Marketing department and will report to Director, Membership and Marketing….
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Senior Associate, Content (Washington, D.C.)

The Senior Associate for Content conducts research, analysis, and program activities related to real estate, infrastructure, economics, finance and capital markets, and related topics. The position sits in ULI’s Project Management Office, which supports a range of content efforts, including Capital Markets, Building Healthy Places, Infrastructure, Leadership, Housing, Sustainability, and more….
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ULI UK Hosts Building Healthy Places Webinar

The Zig Zag Building in London. Courtesy of Land Securities.

ULI UK, the largest ULI National Council in Europe, hosted a Building Healthy Places webinar last week. The webinar, entitled Building Healthy Places: The Next Wave, was supported by the ULI Building Healthy Places (BHP) Initiative and moderated by David Hutchings, Head of EMEA Investment Strategy for Cushman & Wakefield. …
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