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Andrea brings more than 20 years of experience in real estate. She began her career at Kennedy Associates Real Estate Counsel, Inc. (now BentallGreenOak) and then Resource Real Estate, where she gained extensive experience developing and stewarding a network of relationships with investors, stakeholders and corporate partners. She also served as Executive Director for Imaging the World, an international healthcare technology non-profit.
Andres De Wet
Andres is an urban designer and planner with a multidisciplinary design background, who assumed the role of manager for ULI Northwest from July 2019. Born in the heartland of the USA, but raised in Cape Town, South Africa and with international practical and academic experience in architecture, environmental, landscape, and urban design in six countries, he purposefully relocated to Seattle in 2018. His wish is to have a positive impact on rapid urban change in the Cascadia region and promote intelligent design, resilient planning, and efficient land-use practices. Andres is enthused to be part of the Urban Land Institute, an organization he feels aligns beautifully with his own vision of future cities.
Manager (Portland and Southwest Washington)
Riley joined the ULI Northwest team in February 2020. She is a recent graduate with a dual degree in Sustainability and Environmental Science. She has lived in ten different cities, nine of them located in the Pacific Northwest. Riley is excited to engage her passion for thriving and sustainable solutions with the ULI Northwest community. In her free time you can find Riley on a mountain, reading a book, taking photos, or most likely a combination of all three.
Victoria is an experienced project and program manager as well as a full time graduate student at the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Washington. At ULI Northwest Victoria primarily manages the Center for Leadership, a nationally recognized leadership development program for professionals in the real estate industry. Victoria joined ULI Northwest in 2014 after graduating from the University of Washington where she was Phi Beta Kappa. In 2017 and 2018, Victoria hiked the Pacific Crest Trail in Washington and Oregon and taught English to university students in Riobamba, Ecuador.