Coastal Forum Participant

Coastal Forum Participant

What 

ULI Forums are a unique opportunity for ULI members and invited non-member guests to convene during our Spring and/or Fall conferences, on the day prior to Council Day, to dive deeper into specific issues across the real estate spectrum. Forums are typically half-day formats comprised of round table sessions, panels and/or tours in host cities. Forums may be comprised of a core membership plus invited guests or open to a limited number of attendees, dependent on the desire of each group and their leadership team.

The Coastal Forum seeks to provide an opportunity for members to meet and build a network with peers of different professional backgrounds involved in coastal development and/or resilience through

  • Offering a forum to share best practices for coastal development, resilience, and planning
  • Providing a targeted group to share and provide private sector input into new tools and resources
  • Providing an opportunity for leadership and expertise development in coastal development and resilience

How 

All ULI members are encouraged to apply for this opportunity. Some forums may have a core membership. If you are invited to be a core member you will be required to upgrade to full membership if you are not one already. 

To be considered for participation, please make sure to 1) update your ULI member profile with your biography and profile information before 2) submitting your statement of interest in the Navigator form below.

Why  

Forum participants establish lifelong connections, develop their leadership profile, and gain valuable insights to apply to their businesses. 

Eligibility Score

Space is limited for this opportunity with preference given to mid-career and above professionals who have expertise in this opportunity.

Financial Commitment
Yes
Travel Required
Yes

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