Resiliency in a New Normal

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Date:
April 28
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11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Live Online
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Online DC United States

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Tuesday, April 28 at 11:00am – 12:00pm EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) / 4:00pm – 5:00pm BST (British Summer Time) / 5:00pm – 6:00pm CEST (Central European Summer Time)

This upcoming ULI webinar is to benefit the Annual Fund. The Annual Fund supports the important, mission-focused work of ULI. It enables ULI members to make a positive impact through key ULI programs. While this webinar is presented at no cost, we hope you consider a donation to the Annual Fund.

By donating, you are supporting critical ULI programs like our Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance delivering quality program of work, including this webinar. To donate, please visit www.uli.org/donate

As the US faces another unexpected market downturn, how can the real estate industry better weather current economic conditions, recover quickly, and flourish in a post-downturn market? Can an alignment with ULI’s mission “providing leadership in the responsible use of land, and creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide” help companies more successfully weather a downturn? ULI’s panelists will share their experiences from the last recession, and how their focus on sustainability, affordable housing, and opportunistic capital markets strategies helped them make it through the downturn and thrive in a post-recession market.


Confirmed Speakers:

Jonathan F. P. Rose, President, Jonathan Rose Companies

Jonathon F. P. RoseJonathan F.P. Rose’s business, public policy, writing, and not-for-profit work focuses on creating more environmentally, socially, and economically resilient cities. In 1989, Rose founded Jonathan Rose Companies LLC, a multidisciplinary real estate development, planning, project management, and investment firm, to address the challenges of the 21st century.

Rose has led the firm’s vision, program, and growth, developing award-winning new projects, investment funds, and city plans to model solutions integrating the issues of affordable housing, community development, culture, and the environment. The firm is one of the largest acquirers of affordable and mixed-income housing in the nation.

 

Bradford H. Dockser, CEO Green Generation

Bradford DockserBradford H. Dockser is the chief executive officer and cofounder of Green Generation, which engineers and implements comprehensive integrated energy efficiency solutions that lower operating costs while improving sustainability on behalf of a diverse set of clients worldwide. Founded in 2011, GreenGen transforms the world’s built environment through innovation and solutions by integrating energy, real estate, technology, and capital markets to Operate in the Green.

 

Mark Wilsmann, Managing Director and Head of Real Estate Equities, MetLife

Mark WilsmannMark Wilsmann is managing director and head of equity investments for MetLife Investment Management, Real Estate. Wilsmann is responsible for leading MetLife’s $30 billion direct property investment platform, investing on behalf of the MetLife General Account as well as institutional investors including public and private pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, and insurance companies. In addition to managing MetLife’s $14 billion portfolio, his team manages the $4 billion MetLife Core Property Fund and more than $12 billion in core/core-plus managed accounts.

 

Moderated by:

Nnenna Lynch, CEO, XYLEM Projects

Nnenna LynchNnenna Lynch is the founder and CEO of Xylem Projects, mission-driven real estate development and investment firm. Before, Lynch was managing principal and head of development at The Georgetown Company (TGC), a privately held real estate investment and development company with over $3 billion in assets. At TGC, she oversaw close to $2 billion of development including mixed-use, residential, commercial, and hospitality projects ranging from ground-up construction to historic building rehabs.