ULI Charlotte YLG Emerging Leaders Forum Participant

ULI Charlotte YLG Emerging Leaders Forum Participant


Mission: To build strong leaders in land use by building diverse relationships, learning from each other and sharing best practices within land use.

Purpose: To provide a platform for participants to become better leaders and learn responsible leadership in the use of land to enhance the total environment by sharing their business lives in an atmosphere of confidentiality, trust, and respect. The Emerging Leaders Forum provides:

  • A confidential, trusting environment for education and idea exchange.
  • Exploration of business and personal interests/issues.
  • Industry insight.
  • Business and personal networking.
  • Professional and personal growth.
  • Development of people skills.


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 along with a current copy of your resume in the Navigator form below. 


Forum participants have an opportunity to grow both professionally and personally by learning from others’ perspectives, whether by working through a current business challenge or resolving a career or personal issue. In turn, by listening to peers and supporting them in the resolution of their problems, the participant has an opportunity to contribute to the group. They also will increase their self-knowledge. A more obvious benefit of ELF participation is gaining exposure to others’ business and career histories. As none of the Forum members have a vested interest in the others’ companies, they can be frank and open in expressing their views.

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Space is limited for this opportunity.

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