ULI Welcomes New Members of the Global Board of Directors and Governing Trustees
Both the Global Board members and Global Governing Trustees will serve on a voluntary basis beginning on July 1, 2021.
Annual changes to the ULI Americas Executive Committee announced.
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WASHINGTON D.C. (JULY 8, 2021) – Five real estate industry leaders have joined the Americas Executive Committee (AEC) of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a global membership organization whose mission is to shape the future of the built environment for transformative impact in communities worldwide.
The AEC provides guidance on the strategic direction of ULI’s program throughout the Americas region, which serves nearly 40,000 members throughout the United States, Canada, Latin America and South America.
The number of senior real estate professionals serving on the Committee has expanded to 21, with new members including members-at-large Collette English Dixon, executive director, Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate, Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL; Karen Horstmann, head of equity acquisitions, Allianz Real Estate GmbH, New York, NY; Ashley Lawrence, managing director, head of Canada Real Estate, Brookfield Asset Management, Toronto, Canada; Adam Weers, COO, Trammell Crow Company, Washington, D.C.; and incoming global chair Peter Ballon, global head of real estate, CPP Investments, Toronto, Canada, who is an ex-officio member.
The new AEC members will be joining existing Committee members, including ULI Americas Chair Jonathan H. Brinsden, president, Irvine Company Office Properties, Newport Beach, CA; immediate past ULI Americas Chair John R. Chandler, founder, Majesteka Investments Holdings LLC, Winnetka, IL; and members-at-large Michael Banner, president and chief executive officer, Los Angeles LDC, Inc., Inglewood, CA; Patrick Callahan, chief executive officer, Urban Renaissance Group, Seattle, WA; Michael Collins, managing director, JE Dunn Capital Partners, Kansas City, MO; Franz Colloredo-Mansfeld; president and chief executive officer, Cabot Properties, Boston, MA; Fernando Costa, assistant city manager, City of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX; Clare De Briere, executive vice president / regional manager, Skanska USA Commercial Development Los Angeles, CA; Lisa Y. Gordon, president and chief executive officer, Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, Atlanta, GA; Linda J. Isaacson; managing director, global head of innovation and technology, Ferguson Partners, New York, NY; Matthew Kelly, chief executive officer, JBG SMITH Properties, Chevy Chase, MD; Sharmil Modi, Modi Adventureprises, Boston, MA; Hilary J. Spann, managing director, head of Americas, real estate investments, CPPIB America, Inc., New York, NY; and Greg T. West, chief executive officer, ZOM Living, Fort Lauderdale, FL. The ULI members on the AEC are also joined by the president of ULI Americas, Gwyneth Jones Cote and the ULI Global CEO, W. Edward Walter, who are ex-officio members.
For more information about ULI Americas and its program of events, visit americas.uli.org.
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