ULI Washington Overview
With 2200 members ULI Washington is the 2rd largest District Council in the world and the largest development-centered organization in the region.
Members come from all facets of the industry including developers, brokers, investors, design professionals, attorneys, financial institutions, and the public sector – providing unexcelled opportunities to connect with and get to know the leaders in our community.
Young Leaders – Special programs for members under 35. Young Leaders have their own committee structure, programs, and events. A great way for people just starting their careers to get involved and to connect with others
Mentorship Program – Part of the Young Leaders. Upon acceptance into the program, 4 to 6 mentees are teamed with a senior industry leader for a year during which they undertake monthly educational and social activities.
Women’s Leadership Initiative – WLI is open to both men and women. The mission is to raise the visibility and number of women leaders in ULI and the real estate industry
Next – The purpose of Next is to provide a forum for mid-career professionals who have aged out of Young Leaders to continue to participate in ULI
Urban Plan – Volunteers work with high school, college students, and companies to raise their awareness of the realities and complexities of urban development
Technical Assistance Panels (TAP’s) – Intensive two-day analysis by a group of 10 to 12 ULI professionals to help local communities and governments address specific concerns in their areas.
Housing Initiative Council – Council members come from both the public and private sectors and meet quarterly to exchange information on best practices to help solve the region’s housing challenges.
Placemaking Initiative Council – Council is to provide a forum where the public and private sectors come together to share best practices in land use planning, urban design, and mixed-use development to create and implement temporary and permanent placemaking projects.
Prince George’s County Initiative Council – brings together members active in development in Prince Georges County from the public and private sector as well as members who want to learn more about the unique opportunities and challenges within the county and how they relate to the region at large.
Innovation + Technology Initiative Council – brings together members working on or interested in learning more about innovation and technology in the real estate industry. Members will explore how innovation and technology are transforming planning and development as well as how companies find and integrate new technology.
Sustainability Initiative Council – focuses on bringing together land use industry leaders to discuss the broader definition of sustainability, be forward-thinking (not technical in nature), and build the business case for sustainability.
Case Studies – These members-only events provide an in-depth look at recently completed projects that are shaping our region or provide examples of new and innovative ways to create urban places.
Full Member Executive Conversations Committee – Plans and implements a series of discussions (three to four per year) facilitated by an industry expert. These are an exclusive opportunity for ULI Full Members to engage in a local district council event.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Steering Committee – formed in 2020 and meets on a quarterly basis to develop policies and best practices to promote racial diversity, equitable development, and inclusive practices within ULI Washington and the real estate and land-use sectors.
Leadership Institute Steering Committee – plans a rigorous experiential training program that equips future land use leaders with the regional and industry insights, leadership skills, and multi-disciplinary relationships they need to build a thriving, sustainable, and equitable Greater Washington region.
Partnership Committee – Members of this committee serve as ambassadors to the local real estate industry to seek sponsorship support for the district council generally.
Research – ULI regularly sponsors research on pressing topics that are of interest to the real estate community.
2023 Housing Opportunity Conference
2023-03-27 - 2023-03-29
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel
100 N 1st ST
Phoenix, AZ 85004-2302