The application period for this program is now closed
This is a leadership program for mid-career professionals in the public, private and nonprofit real estate and planning professions, primarily for professionals who are poised to assume leadership positions in their organization or profession in the near future. In addition to learning about real estate, there is a leadership component to the program, with presentations and interaction with top leadership consultants in the area to help participants recognize and strengthen their leadership skills.
It will help build a network of other professionals in a cohort of 30 professionals as well as 150 alumni who have completed the program.
2019-2020 Leadership Institute Schedule
The program is a nine-month program organized around eight-full day sessions. The program is held throughout the Metropolitan Washington Region, taking participants to places they might not have been before, to help them explore and understand this region’s complexities. As part of the program, participants work in teams to assist a non-profit or governmental organization through a mini Technical Assistance Panel (mTAP) that focuses on a specific issue facing a local community or organization.
Below are the scheduled dates for this year.
Opening Dinner (precedes Day 1) September 11, 2019
Day 1: The Region in Context September 12, 2019
Day 2: Transportation + Infrastructure October 10, 2019
Day 3: Finance + Development Process November 7, 2019
Day 4: Housing + Affordability December 12, 2019
Day 5: Trends + Innovation January 9, 2020
Day 6: Health + Livability February 6, 2020
Day 7: Placemaking + Design March 12, 2020
Day 8: Resiliency + The Built Environment April 16, 2020
Graduation May 14, 2020
Cost: This is a tuition-based program. Tuition is $3,500 for members of ULI and $4,000 for non-members.
The selection committee strives to create a diverse class with representation from a variety of sectors. If those in the public or non-profit sector are not able to pay the full tuition amount, tuition assistance may be available based upon their agency’s ability to pay. All financial arrangements will remain confidential.
If you have any questions please contact Becca Hertz, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ULI Washington Regional Land Use Leadership Institute Leadership & Staff
Becca Hertz – Manager, ULI Washington
Ben Cohen– Executive Vice President, James G. Davis Construction
Miti Figueredo – Senior Advisor to the Chair, The Montgomery County Park & Planning Commission
Christina Sorrento – Associate General Counsel, The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission