ULI Northwest is always looking for ways to support and engage with our members. The following is a list of our current Committees and Initiatives. Please note that these Committees may not have available positions at the moment, but you will be considered when there is an opening.
Young Leaders Group (YLG) – Any ULI member under the age of 35 qualifies to be a Young Leader. The YLG Committee consists of 20 members who meet on a monthly basis to plan programs that provide unique and exciting opportunities specifically for young professionals and students in the industry.
NEXT – The Next leadership team is a group made up of diverse, mid-career industry leaders poised to take on greater leadership roles in their respective industries over the next ten years. This group facilitates internal discussions around topics affecting them personally, their organizations, and community.
Resilience – ULI is dedicated to creating healthy, resilient and high-performance communities. The purpose of this committee is to provide resources and leadership in ULI’s work in creating a more resilient and durable vision for our communities.
Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) – The mission of the WLI is to promote the advancement of women, increase the number of women who serve in leadership positions, and support the development of young women as leaders in ULI and in the real estate industries.
Urban Product Council – Through the exchange of information and the sharing of best practices, Council meetings offer industry leaders vital opportunities to discuss major social and economic issues of the day, guide public policy, and disseminate best practices through the broader region.
Technical Advisory Panel – Provides outreach and expertise to government or non-profit clients, assisting them in addressing difficult land use challenges.
Programs – Responsible for assisting ULI staff in providing members with interesting, diverse, and educational programming throughout the year.
Sponsorship – Coordinates outreach efforts for annual and event sponsorship to current and potential sponsors in order to generate revenue for the activities of the District Council.
Finance – Oversees development and management of District Council financials on a quarterly basis to ensure the financial stability and growth of ULI Northwest over time.
Membership – Works on recruitment, integration and retention of potential and existing members of ULI Northwest.
Communications – Provides support and direction to ULI staff in branding, marketing, public relations and social media decisions.