The ULI Health Leaders Network is empowering real estate and land use professionals with the skills, knowledge, and networks to improve health outcomes in their professional practice and communities.
Participants gain valuable skills and connections that will help them advance their careers, as well as practical knowledge about the intersection between health and the built environment.
The ULI Health Leaders Network facilitates creative collaborations within the fields of public health, planning and design, and development, and empowers participants with actionable knowledge on development and design strategies that improve health.
The program will begin with two cohorts, each running for one year and including approximately 30 participants each. The first cohort runs from October 2017 through June 2018. The second cohort will begin in October 2018.
Participants in the Health Leaders Network are expected to attend two in-person forums, which will focus on leadership development and network building. The introductory forum will be held in conjunction with ULI’s Fall Meeting in Boston (October 8-11, 2018) and the closing forum will be held in May 2019 at ULI’s headquarters in Washington, DC.
Health Leaders will also participate in five interactive webinars exploring topics related to health and land use and interact with others in their cohort through small group assignments and peer reviews of individual assignments.
Program Benefits and Goals:
1- Learn: Cultivate leadership skills to advance careers as well as learn about best practices, research, and actionable approaches to advance public health with built environment strategies.
2- Network: Be part of a robust cross-sector network of real estate and land use professionals with knowledge about connections between real estate, planning, and health.
3- Make a Difference: By advancing a culture of health in real estate and land use decision making, improve health and wellness for all people.
- Education: Undergraduate or higher degree.
- Work Experience and Background: ULI Health Leaders will be a diverse group of emerging and established leaders, from a range of career stages and disciplines, including real estate development, public leadership, urban planning and design, infrastructure, finance and public health. Applicants should have at least five to seven years of professional experience.
- Commitment: Participants must commit to attend 4 out of the 5 monthly webinars, and to attend the two in-person forums (see below Timeline and Key Dates). If accepted to this prestigious and competitive program, you are pledging in good faith to be fully engaged and involved. Please be sure that you have approval from your organization or supervisor to participate in this program.
- Interest in Health: Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated interest in and commitment to improving health through their professional work.
Both ULI members and non-members are eligible to participate as Health Leaders. Non-ULI members will be expected to become Associate members for the duration of the program.
It is the policy of this organization to provide equal opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual preference, age, or disability.
Timeline and Key Dates
This program will run in two cohorts, from July 2017 to July 2018 and from July 2018 to July 2019. Each cohort will have approximately 30 members each.
APPLICATION AND SELECTION
|October 10, 2019||Cohort 3 Health Leaders Network applications open|
|Friday, December 13, 2019||Applications due|
|By Friday, January 3, 2020||Health Leaders Cohort 3 participants notified of selection|
|Late January 2020||Program Orientation Calls with small groups of Health Leaders|
KEY PROGRAM DATES
|April 15-17, 2020 (reception evening of April 15, full day April 16, half day April 17)||Cohort 3 Intro Forum in Detroit|
|October 2020 TBD (possibly October 15-16)||Cohort 3 Closing Forum in San Francisco (in conjunction with Fall Meeting)|
Webinars (2:30-4pm ET, dates tentative, topics subject to modification based on cohort interest):
|November 14, 2018||The Healthy Places Opportunity|
|January 16, 2019||Cross-Sector Partnerships for Health|
|February 13, 2019||Community Design and Health|
|March 13, 2019||Building Design and Health|
|April 10, 2019||Tools for Health Inclusion and Certification|
|May 2019 (TBD)||Cohort 2 Closing Forum (Washington, DC)|
The Building Healthy Places Initiative will host an information session about the Health Leaders Network at ULI’s Spring Meeting in Detroit from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 2, 2018.
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