Sold Out! YLG Leadership Forum with Kimberly Branam (Portland, OR)
Come hear from Portland’s brightest stars in the fields of design, development, public service, and more. Leadership Forums are designed to foster professional relationships and connections between members of the YLG community and senior level leaders in the real estate and land use fields. The conversation is specifically focused on such topics as career development, local real estate trends, and networking/educational opportunities.
Join us for our next YLG Leadership Forum with Kimberly Branam.
Kimberly Schneider Branam, Executive Director for Prosper Portland, is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the city’s economic development and urban renewal agency.
In her previous position as Deputy Director of Strategy and Operations, Ms. Branam oversaw the delivery of programs and initiatives within the Central City, Neighborhood and Business & Industry Divisions to further the agency’s strategic objectives. Ms. Branam came to Prosper Portland after spending four years leading Mayor Sam Adams’ economic development agenda, first as then-Commission Adams’ Senior Policy Director for Economic Development & Workforce Development and then as Director of Economic Development in the Mayor’s Office. In this role, Ms. Branam oversaw the development, adoption and implementation of the City’s first economic development strategy in 15 years on the Mayor’s behalf.
Prior to working for Mayor Adams, Ms. Branam earned a Master’s in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School. While at Harvard, she consulted to the US Treasury on the strengthening of targeted public/private partnerships and spent time working in Congressman Earl Blumenauer’s office. Before attending Harvard, Ms. Branam worked for the Peace Corps in Burkina Faso, West Africa. Her work focused on education and community development in a rural village. After the Peace Corps, Ms. Branam remained in West Africa to serve as a community development project manager for Catholic Relief Services. Ms. Branam is a third generation Portlander, and a graduate of Grant High School and Colby College in Maine.
Wednesday, September 27
12:00 – 1:00 PM
1120 NW Couch Street
Registration fee: $10 | Lunch provided
This is a Young Leader Member-Only event
Young Leaders are ULI members under 35