Oversees all of ULI Northwest’s committees and initiatives ensuring the district council retains prudent control of its own internal affairs while furthering the ULI mission.
Center for Leadership
Engages mid-career professionals in a 6-month leadership program. The 2019 Center for Leadership (CfL) program launches in January. The application process begins September 2018.
The Chair of Governance is the most recent past ULI Northwest Chair. This committee meets twice a year and acts as a governing group to guide major structural changes for the District Council.
Local Product Councils
Represents an exclusive round-table group of individuals who meet quarterly to discuss a broad range of product types.
Multifamily Product Council
Affordable/Workforce Housing Product Council (launching in 2019)
Urban Development/Mixed Use Product Council (launching in 2019)
The Management Committee is made up of Chairs and Co-Chairs of ULI District Council Committees to communicate with each other about the initiatives and issues each are taking on in their respective groups. Chairs identify opportunities for collaboration to minimize duplication.
Enhances the District Council’s ability to achieve its mission by building a diverse and actively involved public and private sector membership. Meets with new and prospective members to discuss ULI Northwest and how to engage with the district council based on member interests.
Provides mid-career individuals professional and personal leadership. The committee represents individuals from private, public, and non-profit organizations.
Provides strategic oversight of programs, events, task forces, and product councils. This committee plans the strategic direction of the annual Emerging Trends event.
Raises funds to support the Northwest District Council events, community outreach programs, and initiatives. The Committee meets September through January to identify and solicit annual sponsors.
Technical Assistance Panels
The Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) program provides pragmatic real estate advisory services to cities and institutions regarding specific land use questions. TAPs bring the finest expertise in the real estate, planning and development fields together to collaborate on complex land use and redevelopment projects.
Plans walking tours and panel discussions showcasing why certain neighborhoods thrive. The committee meets monthly and represents a diverse group representing private, public, and non-profit organizations.
Plans tours of real estate developments and innovative projects in the region for international visitors.
Women’s Leadership Initiative
Raises the visibility and number of women leaders in ULI and the real estate industry.
Young Leaders Group
Recruits members under 35 and encourages participation in ULI leadership. Hosts monthly happy hours and leadership forums.