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San Francisco, CA, January 11, 2017 – At the January meeting, the Marketing and Communications Committee for the Urban Land Institute (ULI) San Francisco District Council announced the appointment of Maureen Ladley as the incoming co-chair. Ladley takes over from departing co-chair Lindsay Lessman of Polaris Pacific, a long-serving member, and leader of the committee.
Together with Ron Heckmann of Heckmann Communications, Ladley will lead the committee in the supporting the district council’s strategic goals:
Goal 1. Inform and Influence Land Use Practices
Goal 2. Share Knowledge through High-Quality Educational Programs and Initiatives
Goal 3. Create Professional Development Opportunities
Goal 4. Develop New Insights and Solutions on the Future of Cities
“I’m honored to be appointed to this role, and look forward to the challenge of supporting ULI San Francisco’s goals for its presence in the building community and in supporting the organization’s membership,” commented Ladley.
Ladley has been active in the ULI San Francisco District Council, serving on the UrbanPlan and Marketing and Communications committees.
Established in 1936, the Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit education and research institute with almost 40,000 members across the globe—2,400 in the Greater Bay Area. The ULI mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. ULI San Francisco carries forth that mission by serving the Bay Area’s public and private sectors with pragmatic land use expertise and education. As a nonpartisan organization, ULI has long been recognized as one of America’s most respected and widely quoted sources of objective information on urban planning, growth, and development. Members form a spectrum of land use and development disciplines, including developers, builders, investors, designers, public officials, planners, real estate brokers, attorneys, engineers, lenders, academics, and students.
You can learn more about ULI San Francisco by visiting https://sf.uli.org/.