Meet the 2022 Jury
2022 ULI Hines Student Competition Jury
Fifteen ULI members serve on the jury, meeting first in February to select the four finalist teams and again in April to hear the finalist presentations and select the winner. Six of these fifteen members are local to the host city or region.
Vice President, Regional Leader of Planning
Kansas City, Missouri
Lynn Carlton has over 20 years of experience in urban planning and design. As the Regional Leader of Planning for HOK, Lynn Carlton oversees the planning group in Kansas City, which includes planning, landscape architecture and urban design disciplines. She is responsible for the group’s financial success and integral to business development for both planning and architecture. She enjoys mentoring younger staff, sharing best practices and encouraging their growth.
Lynn also serves as the lead on all Kansas City-area master planning efforts, giving her the opportunity to work on diverse projects across our city and leave an indelible mark – from the Kansas City Downtown Corridor Strategy to the recent Gallerie development at 27th and Gillham. These projects are each complex – but Lynn is passionate about building consensus among stakeholders, resolving barriers to a project’s implementation and encouraging collaboration that results in districts that change our city.
Since the earliest stages of Lynn’s career, giving back to the community has been incredibly important. Lynn is involved in a wide array of Kansas City-area organizations, volunteering her time to support causes she is passionate about including:
- Downtown Council – Chair of the Board
- KC Chamber – Board of Directors
- Urban Land Institute Kansas City Chapter – Governance Board, former District Council Chair
- Lead to Read – Founding Board Member
- Kansas City Design Center (KCDC) – Advisory Board
- Kansas City Missouri Municipal Art Commission, 2018-2020
- Kansas City Missouri Enhanced Enterprise Zone Board, 2020-present
- Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art – Ambassador
- Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey – Membership Committee and 35th Anniversary Co-Chair
Each of these organizations have played an important role in Lynn’s personal and professional growth, allowing her to build relationships and see first-hand the tremendous impact of our city’s non-profits and organizations. In 2019, Lynn was selected as one of the Kansas City Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business and appeared on the Business Journal cover in December 2019 for her article on leadership.
Additionally, Lynn helped to start two initiatives that have helped welcome women and next-generation leaders. Lynn helped co-found and co-chair the Urban Land Institute’s national NEXT Leadership Initiative. This effort aims to engage individuals between the ages of 35 and 45, providing them opportunities for training, networking and career growth. She also had the opportunity to start the ULI KC Women’s Leadership Initiative. The group aims to raise the visibility and number of female leaders in the real estate industry providing highly valuable programming to help women in pivotal stages of their careers grow into impactful leaders.
Senior Vice President
Bank of America
Coral Gables, Florida
Kim Abreu is the Senior Relationship Manager for Commercial Real Estate Banking, managing real estate developer and investor relationships throughout Florida. She has been with the bank 27 years and has provided project financing in excess of $4 billion, capital markets expertise, and global cash management to some of the nation’s largest real estate developers and investors. Kim is a native Floridian, who holds both a BS and an MBA degree from University of Florida as well as SEC Series 7 and Series 63 securities licenses. Kim is an active board member of Carrfour Supportive Housing and serves as the Chair of the Construction and Development Committee. She is an active board member of Lotus House and serves as Treasurer and member of the Finance Committee. She is an Advisory Board Member of ULI SE Fl/Carribean and serves on several program committees.
Robert A.M. Stern Architects
New York, New York
Bina Bhattacharyya brings a cosmopolitan perspective and artistic sensibility to her work at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, and landscape design. With expertise in mixed-use master planning, residential community developments, and resort and hospitality design, Bina leads many of RAMSA’s most transformative international projects. She thinks about the impact of her work at every scale, and specializes in crafting landscape strategies that complement a building’s design while bolstering the surrounding urban fabric. Her projects are rooted in research and analysis, and strive for timelessness. She studies the history and traditions of the places she builds alongside the latest ideas and technologies to find innovative solutions that enrich the way people live today. At RAMSA, Bina has designed several award-winning and widely recognized projects, including Heart of Lake, a 200,000-square-meter garden suburb in Xiamen, China that synthesizes classical western traditions and regional vernacular. In the growing city of Jinjiang, China, she led the design of AVIC Uptown, an 825,000-square-meter mixed-use development designed to accommodate a changing urban landscape. Her Hong Kong residential tower St. George’s Mansion is setting a new standard for design–and for living–in the Kadoorie Hill neighborhood. Bina’s ongoing projects include a 20-hectare, sustainability-minded seaside resort and a residential tower that integrates architecture and landscape to create a unique, holistic living experience. Bina Bhattacharyya, AIA, is committed to furthering her discipline and expanding her knowledge as an active member of several professional organizations, including the Urban Design Forum and the Congress for the New Urbanism. She plays a key role in advancing the Urban Land Institute’s mission to shape the future of the built environment as Vice Chair of the ULI Americas Community Development Council, and as a member of the ULI New York Chapter Housing Council. At RAMSA, Bina is making the firm stronger as co-founder and chairperson of the Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity Alliance (IDEA).
Director of Investments
Terence Cooper has 19 years of acquisitions, development, and investment management experience in residential (student apartments, multifamily rental, condominium), office, retail, industrial, and hospitality real estate. Terence currently serves as Director of Investments for Foxgate Capital, a real estate private equity firm based in Houston, Texas. Prior to joining Foxgate Capital, Terence led a four-person team at Cushman & Wakefield that advised clients in a range of occupier and investment alternatives, including new leases, renewals, headquarters relocations, lease vs. ownership comparisons, build-to-suits, synthetic leases, development assignments, and asset dispositions. Terence previously was Director of Investments for Campus Apartments where he participated in deal sourcing, market analysis, underwriting, due diligence, and portfolio management, for a number of significant student housing investments. His experience included managing the underwriting the $256M First Worthing portfolio acquisition—then considered the largest student apartment portfolio acquisition held by a private firm. Prior to Campus Apartments, Terence worked for Keating Partners, LLC where he led the underwriting of real estate development and investment projects that included: $324M historic, mixed-use redevelopment, $120M condominium conversion project, and $53M hotel refinancing. Terence started his career with Arthur Andersen, LLP as Tax Senior Associate where he was on track for early promotion to Tax Manager before taking leave for real estate graduate school. Terence earned his MBA in real estate and B.S. in finance and accounting from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas School of Law. He is a Certified Public Accountant, a licensed attorney, LEED Green Associate, and a Texas licensed real estate salesperson.
FARON A. HILL
Founder & President
Faron A. Hill is the founder and president of Peregrine Oak, a commercial real estate capital markets and advisory services firm. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, the firm works exclusively with clients throughout the United States to provide creative capital solutions. Since its launch in 2007, Peregrine and its principals have capitalized more than $4 billion in transactions across multiple asset classes. Faron is an active member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and currently serves as a member of the ULI Foundation Board of Directors and vice-chair of the Technology & Real Estate Product Council (TREC). He is an active member of the Atlanta District Council and a member of its advisory board. Faron is a graduate of Troy University and went on to earn MBAs from the SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University and the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University. In addition to his work with ULI, Faron supports several non-profit organizations in his community.
TLS Landscape Architecture
Tom Leader is founder and principal of TLS Landscape Architecture in Berkeley, CA. For nearly 35 years, Tom has grounded his practice in an authentic understanding and appreciation of culture, ecology, craftsmanship and design. Sincere in his exploration of the creative process, Tom has remained on the cutting edge of design innovation, his work widely recognized for excellence. Since founding TLS in 2001, Tom has sought to create “original, tangible experiences” of place in such award-winning projects as Railroad Park in Birmingham, Alabama, and RIVERFIRST in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and through his provocative site works and art installations. A former partner at Peter Walker + Partners, Tom received a BA in landscape architecture from UC Berkeley and MLA from Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He received the Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture at the American Academy in Rome in 1998/99 and was a finalist for the Smithsonian National Design Award in 2011. The work of TLS has been featured in various museum exhibitions including “Shanghai Carpet”, in MoMA New York’s 2007 “Groundswell”, concerning international landscape design. Tom lectures widely and the work of TLS is published frequently. Tom serves the Bay Area community as a member of the Bay Conservation and Development Commission Design Review Board as well as the City of Richmond Design Review Board. A Richmond resident, Tom leads the firm’s pro bono planning work for the future of the 35 mile Richmond shoreline looking at the intersection of sea level rise and seismic stability planning. In 2016 he was elected to the College of Fellows of the ASLA.
Junction Properties, LLC
Charles A. Long is a developer specializing in mixed-use infill projects, including acquisition, entitlement, and public private partnerships. He has recently completed two multi-family projects in Oakland, CA, one at 78 units, the other at 97 units.
He served for eight years as city manager in Fairfield, California and has held interim positions for several cities in finance, redevelopment and management, including Interim Town Manager of Mammoth Lakes and Interim City Manager of Pinole and Hercules, California. His assignments have been diverse including negotiating development agreements, writing redevelopment plans, pro-forma analyses, strategic planning, economic development, organizational development, capital and financial planning, budget reform, base reuse and alternative energy development. He has overseen over $800 million of public financing in his career. Mr. Long is a full member of the Urban Land Institute and a member of the Public Private Partnership Council. He is a faculty member of the ULI Real Estate School, teaching both in the US and internationally. He has served on eighteen ULI Advisory Panels, chairing panels in Salem, OR, Boise, ID, Dallas, TX, Buffalo, NY Pasco County, FL and San Bernardino, CA. He received the 2012 Robert M. O’Donnell Award for distinguished service in the advisory program. He recently completed organizing and delivering 11 webinars for ULI titled Pillars of Community Renewal. He is currently delivering workshops around the country in public private partnerships, most recently in Honolulu and in Reading, PA. He is the author of the book, Finance for Real Estate Development, published by ULI in April 2011 and winner of the 2012 National Association of Real Estate Editors Silver Award. Mr. Long has a BA in economics from Brown University and a Masters of Public Policy from U. C. Berkeley. He served in the U.S. Army as an infantry platoon sergeant.
San Francisco, California
Riki Nishimura is a Principal at Populous, a global architectural design firm specializing in creating environments and venues that draw communities and people together. He is a registered architect and urban strategist with over two decades of experience in the planning and urban design of future cities. He approaches design from a collaborative and evidence-based perspective, resulting in the design and implementation of world-class places. In the process, he balances visionary and fiscally-responsible development to achieve memorable, sustainable, and enduring places in both the public and private realm. Riki’s experience includes award-winning projects that create unique and extraordinary user experiences, optimize the functionality and viability of venue-anchored mixed-use entertainment districts, mixed-use urban regeneration districts, next-generation waterfronts, corporate and technology workplace campuses, university campuses, and urban cultural parks. Committed to furthering sustainable strategies, practices, and contributions to the real estate community, he is active in the Urban Land Institute (ULI). The ULI recognized him in 2016 with the 40 Under 40 award, recognizing the best and brightest young land use professionals from around the globe. He contributes to the ULI Advisory Services Panels, serves on the ULI San Francisco District Council Executive Management Board, and provides mentorship in the YLG Mentorship program. He is also the Vice-chair of the Harvard Graduate School of Design Alumni Council and actively participates as a design review critic at Harvard, Stanford, RISD, UC Berkeley, and UCLA. He has also held an appointment at Stanford University as an adjunct lecturer in Risk and Resilience at the School of Engineering. He received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Toronto and a Master of Architecture and Urban Design from Harvard University.
Kansas City, Missouri
Joe is Vice President of Real Estate at Port KC (Port Authority of Kansas City, MO) where he oversees the management, development and marketing of properties owned or operated by the agency including over 500,000 square feet of industrial space, over 1000 acres of land, a casino, and riverfront development projects in downtown Kansas City. During his 11-year tenure the Port KC team has developed a sale leaseback bonding program of over $1.5 billion. He brings more than 25 years of experience in the real estate finance, marketing, development, architecture, urban planning, public policy, public/private finance, and development disciplines. Before coming to Port KC, he spent eight years as commercial director for Gale Communities, Inc. where he managed planning, zoning, infrastructure, and building construction. He has public/private financing experience creating and managing tax increment financing, port improvement district, and transportation development district projects. He holds a degree in Real Estate Finance from the University of Missouri – Columbia and a degree in Architecture and Urban Design from the University of Kansas. He is a licensed real estate professional in the Missouri and Kansas, the Chair of Mission Advancement of ULI – Kansas City District Council where he is also active in REDI, Urban Plan and other initiative. He is on the SAVE, Inc. Board as well as engaged in multiple housing, community planning, and redevelopment entity boards.
G&M Realty Ventures, LLC
Roderick Roche is an accomplished real estate professional with over 25 years of experience in real estate development in both private and public sectors. Currently he is a Partner with G&M Realty Ventures, LLC (GMRV), in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prior to joining GMRV, Mr. Roche held a variety of senior leadership positions and provided oversight and management of major commercial real estate projects. He represented the San Francisco Giants as Project Manager for the Pacific Bell Park Development (now Oracle Park) and served as Director of Construction Management for the San Francisco Fillmore Heritage Center, a mixed-use commercial entertainment, luxury condominium, and public parking garage development. Earlier in his career, he worked for Perini Land & Development on the Resort at Squaw Creek Development and the San Francisco Rincon Center mixed use development. He has an MBA in Finance from Saint Mary’s College of California and resides in Oakland, CA.
San Francisco, California
Geeti Silwal is the Urban Design Principal at Perkins&Will. As the Head of the West Coast Urban Design practice, Geeti brings vision and design leadership that establishes the foundation of transformative changes for livable and sustainable environments in cities. She strongly believes that urban designers hold the responsibility to inspire integrated, multi-purpose design solutions of innovation and beauty that create healthy and inclusive cities. Designing cities around the fundamental organizing principle of ‘people first’ delivers a more humane, inclusive, socially connected and a healthy city. Everyday city spaces that have the power to instill dignity and build memorable experiences for the common man are of primary interest to Geeti.
Building and revitalizing communities, she lays deep emphasis on placemaking, connectivity, accessibility, and social justice. Her experience covers a vast breadth of scales, including regional transit-focused planning, downtown revitalization, waterfront redevelopments, urban mixed-use infill projects, research/innovation district planning, and public realm enhancement along heavily challenged infrastructure corridors.
Geeti is currently leading multiple projects that leverage transportation investment to deliver high-density, mixed-use, vibrant communities around transit stations. Prioritizing low-carbon modes of travel in these transportation projects, to connect people and communities seamlessly is important to deliver on the aspiration of an equitable city.
Geeti is also deliberate in her design approach to reveal the unrealized potential of Nature and natural processes. This lies at the core of her push to deliver regenerative solutions that address climate change issues of water scarcity, food security and social equity. Her research on the Resource Infinity Loop discusses a solution for a closed-loop water and nutrient infrastructure within our cities. She believes that the pursuit of carbon neutrality is, at its heart, a clarion call for a culture change—one that heeds our delicate relationship with nature and gives back to the environment more than it takes.
Global Cities Lead
New York, New York
Sofia leads cities research at the Research Institute, where she leads a cross-disciplinary team that includes designers, architects, planners, economists, and technologists, to generate new insights and knowledge that extend beyond a single building to communities, neighborhoods, and cities. She positions Gensler as a cities thought leader to influence change at the city scale.
Sofia is a member of the Urban Land Institute and participates as a member of the ULI Global Exchange Product Council, the WLI, and the ULI NY Foundations Fellows committee. Sofia also represented Gensler as a Strategy Officer at the World Economic Forum where she worked closely with others from globally recognized organizations to explore how industries can catalyze change in order to solve the biggest global challenges facing us today.
She was formerly the head of research at various proptech/real estate companies such as StreetEasy.com, Compass, and Douglas Elliman. With a background in economics and urban planning, Sofia began her career in transit planning in Los Angeles, community planning in Pasadena, and in public space planning and transit-oriented development in New York City.
She is based in New York.
Lauren Standish is a nationally recognized planner and landscape architect, bringing award-winning, innovative design solutions to the urban landscape for more than twenty-five years. She is currently leading urban design and mixed-use efforts at HGOR, an Atlanta-based planning and landscape architecture collaborative focused on the re-imagination of the physical environment to support the sustainability of people and place.
In 2017, Lauren became a Principal and has since accepted the role as Vice President of the firm (2020). Her design philosophy celebrates urban form – optimizing a balance between the built and natural environment. Lauren’s approach to complex, multi-layered developments is founded on an assimilation of components – art, technology, culture, programming capacity, living infrastructure – to leverage adaptability as a function for creating destinations of underutilized places and the spaces in between. From campuses and civic spaces to city parks and urban master plans, Lauren has crafted an exceptional body of work that reflects a deep commitment to memorable placemaking, including Atlantic Station Central Park (a Hines Development), Georgia World Congress Center’s Pedestrian Mall, and The Battery Atlanta at Truist Park. In the past five years, two projects to which Lauren has contributed leadership have received national recognition as major contributions to the Southeast’s infrastructure.
Lauren’s understanding of the capabilities of transparency within the natural landscape strengthens form with function – resulting in impactful places that speak to a site’s history, context and aspirations. She has utilized her expertise in performance-based landscapes as a mentor for neighborhood legacy residents and non-profit organizations to layout frameworks that support the public agenda from an individual and organizational standpoint. Recently Lauren worked with Park Pride to develop trail connectivity and space activation and create conceptual park designs for a historic neighborhood in Atlanta.
Lauren is known for culturally significant design that serve as a powerful tool to showcase community character and improve quality of life. Connecting the individual experience with urban systems requires a high touch and loose fit design programming. Lauren has served on the ULI Atlanta’s Technical Assistance Programs (TAPs) Committee as a project manager for the Atlanta Community Schoolyards pilot program since its inception. She is also assisting in reimagining the Atlanta City Detention Center in Downtown Atlanta. She has been a member of ASLA and the Society for College and University Planning for over a decade.
San Francisco, California
Lydia Tan is a real estate professional with 3 decades of experience in the industry, with roles at for-profit, non-profit and institutional platforms. Her project experience has been focused on high impact development and public-private partnerships, involving more than $6 billion in mixed income, mixed-use and affordable communities. Currently, Ms. Tan is consulting on a variety of assignments, ranging from organizational development, governance, and capitalization strategies to transformational urban redevelopment efforts. She was recently Managing Director, Real Estate for the Oakland A’s, where she led efforts to create a new ballpark district at Howard Terminal and redevelopment of the Oakland Coliseum. Prior to this she was SVP, Head of U.S. Development at Bentall Kennedy, overseeing real estate development investment activity for the company. Prior to joining Bentall Kennedy, Ms. Tan was EVP, Director of Northern California Operations at Related California where she launched the company’s Northern California office and spearheaded the development of a portfolio of mixed income, mixed use projects. Prior to that, she was EVP in charge of Real Estate Development and Finance at BRIDGE Housing Corporation, where she oversaw the production of several affordable and mixed income communities, participated as part of the executive management team, and co-led an investment partnership with CalPERS. She currently serves on the board of directors of the San Francisco Housing Accelerator Fund, the S.H. Cowell Foundation, and Thoits Brothers Inc. She is a member of the Stanford Real Estate Council and Urban Land Institute. Ms. Tan holds a BA Architecture degree from UC Berkeley, an MBA from Stanford University, and is a registered Architect in California.
Executive Vice President, Director of Investments
The Swig Company
San Francisco, California
Stephanie Kwong Ting joined The Swig Company in 2021 as Executive Vice President, Director of Investments. Stephanie leads the Company’s investment and capital markets transaction activity. Prior to joining The Swig Company, Stephanie was an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley’s real estate investing group and worked in the New York City, Hong Kong and San Francisco offices. She was also a member of the group’s U.S. sustainability committee and helped drive Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) efforts. At Morgan Stanley, Stephanie acquired and managed both core and opportunistic real estate investments worth in aggregate over $2 billion across all asset classes on the West Coast. Stephanie graduated magna cum laude in Economics from Harvard University and holds a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard Business School. As a member of ULI, NAIOP and the Harvard alumni network, she is active in giving back to the community and mentoring the next generation of real estate professionals.
2022 ULI Hines Student Competition Rehearsal Advisors
Kansas City, Missouri
Leah FitzGerald is the Managing Director and Market Leader in CBRE’s Kansas City office. Ms. FitzGerald oversees the operations of the company’s Kansas City office and drives its growth strategy for all Advisory Services lines of business, including Advisory & Transaction Services, Investment Sales, Debt and Structured Finance, Property Management, Valuation, and Advisory Services. Her broad base of industry experience combined with her forward-thinking delivers exceptional client outcomes.
Ms. FitzGerald joined CBRE with more than 25 years of commercial real estate experience most recently serving as Director of Development Services at VanTrust Real Estate, managing projects throughout the country. She is a licensed General Contractor with over 10 years of experience in estimating and project management. Prior, her work with Disney Imagineering as a Project Development Manager instilled in her the importance of “story-telling through design and architecture” while navigating high-stakes projects in Venice, Italy. Her background in corporate real estate, development, architecture, and construction gives her a holistic and varied perspective on the industry.
Jack London Improvement District
Savlan brings over a decade of experience in urban design and development in Mexico City and the San Francisco Bay Area to her role as Executive Director of the Jack London Improvement District—Oakland’s geographically largest business improvement district. Prior to her role in Jack London, Savlan worked on multifaceted revitalization efforts through two major Area Specific Plans as consultant to the City of Oakland. Savlan holds a degree in Architecture from UC Berkeley, is a LEED AP, and Urban Land Institute’s Chamberlin Public Sector Leader Fellow 2017-2019. By the age of 6, Savlan was in love with vibrant, urban environments as a busker, playing her fiddle on the streets of great West Coast Cities while on family vacations. Savlan also serves as chair of the Oakland BID Alliance. Representing over 3,000 businesses and property owners, the BID Alliance communicates best practices, ideas, and resources, connects with key City and agency representatives, and advocates on behalf of its members to further the goals of growing and maintaining Oakland’s vital commercial districts.
San Francisco, California
Jeanne has more than 16 years of experience in real estate finance, and specializes in bridge financing, including construction, acquisition and redevelopment loans in both senior and mezzanine positions on all product types. Prior to coming to J.P. Morgan, she originated and managed over $3 billion in loans to private equity funds and private institutional commercial real estate investors during her time with Wells Fargo’s Commercial Real Estate Group.
Jeanne is a Bay Area native, holds a business degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and enjoys spending free time with her husband and two children.
JETT Landscape Architecture + Design
Educated in Landscape Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, and Harvard University, Bruce Jett has practiced landscape architecture for 35 years, and is a licensed landscape architect in California and Texas. Bruce founded JETT Landscape Architecture + Design in 1999 to focus his passion for urban-based landscape architecture design into a practice of exceptional design and project delivery. At JETT he leads a team of fifteen landscape architects, designers and thinkers in the firm’s Orinda, California and Seattle, Washington offices.
Bruce embraces, and often facilitates, the free-flow of ideas across a wide range of disciplines and interests to understand and integrate historical, cultural, psychological and social influences in our evolving urban tapestry to create contemporary, compassionate, and meaningful urban landscapes of lasting value for clients, users and the community.
Bruce’s work spans urban districts, streets and public ways, parks, plazas and playgrounds, universities and institutions, multi-family housing, retail and commercial projects in the public and private sectors. He is recognized for his leadership in delivering creative, constructible design solutions from project visioning through final project delivery. The results can be found in award-winning landscape designs in the Bay Area. He has been a ULI member since 2011 and has been involved in the East Bay Programs Committee.
Before founding JETT, Bruce worked for Peter Walker and Partners, Amphion Environmental, Hart Howerton, John Nicol Associates, and Dillingham Associates.
San Francisco, California
Mona is a visionary across both design and business practices. As an architect, Mona designs outside of herself, focusing instead on those who will experience the spaces she creates. Through this empathetic approach, her use of contextual design principles translates into projects that connect and energize the community they inhabit.
This ability to imagine beyond what is readily available has propelled Mona to move from Vancouver to San Francisco in 2017, where she opened DIALOG’s first U.S. studio. Seeing a unique opportunity to leverage the nimble and entrepreneurial model of a start-up, Mona set forward to establish the studio as an innovation test lab within DIALOG’s established practice. Through this experimental approach, Mona has facilitated expansion into new markets, championing purpose-driven, world-class design services. As Studio Chair of DIALOG studios in San Francisco and Oakland, Mona’s continued work in this strategic growth will see DIALOG’s vision to improve communities and the environment transcend both geographic and organizational boundaries.
Mona is actively engaged in the professional community and is currently the Chair of ULI SF Programs Committee, the Membership Chair of National Urban Revitalization Product Council and is also an active member of San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR) and sits on their board of Urban Infrastructure Committee as well as Architecture and Planning committee.