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Congratulations to ULI New York Member Caitlin Moriarty – Recipient of a 2017 WLI Prologis Scholarship!

The ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative announced in September the recipients of the WLI Prologis Scholarship Program in connection with ULI’s Fall Meeting in Los Angeles, October 23-26, 2017.

Senior women at Prologis created the grassroots group Breakthrough that supports the retention of women and identifies and removes barriers to advancement for Prologis across the globe. Breakthrough’s goals resonate with those of WLI in that Breakthrough strives to create a work environment where women feel connected and empowered, while creating a business culture that offers opportunities for success and recognizes the value of a gender-diverse workforce.

The Scholarship program includes a complimentary registration to the Fall Meeting as well as up to $2,000 in travel expenses. At the Meeting, recipients will be hosted by senior WLI members at a Product Council as well as at all WLI branded Meeting events. Following the Fall Meeting, ULI will post major takeaways from each recipient’s experience.

Having many outstanding applications, the WLI Selection Committee announced the ten outstanding recipients of the Fall Meeting scholarship – one of which is ULI New York member Caitlin Moriarty, who actively participates in ULI New York’s Western New York satellite.

Caitlin is the Director of Architectural History at Preservation Studios, an historic preservation consulting firm located in Buffalo, New York, that specializes in historic tax credit projects. Over the past six years, she has written dozens of National Register nominations and Part 1 applications establishing the significance of buildings and complexes undergoing rehabilitation. Caitlin leads the UrbanPlan program in Western New York and is a member of the local Women’s Leadership Initiative Steering Committee. She previously served on the Programming and Marketing Committees. Caitlin holds a Ph.D. in Architecture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where her research focused on neighborhood identity, and a B.A. in Urban Studies from Brown University.

Please join us in congratulating Caitlin!

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