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Join ULI New York's Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) for an in-person Career Development Night event at Ennead Architects' 1 World Trade Center office. This program is designed for current undergrad and graduate students (regardless of gender) who are interested in learning more about different areas of land use and real estate. At the event, students will have an opportunity to network with peers and industry professionals, hear from panels of experienced professionals from across the real estate industry, and sign up to participate in one-on-one informational meetings with companies to learn more about the company and its respective sector. If you are not a current student, but know someone who is, send this opportunity along!
Our speakers -
- Zulekha (ZIP) Inayat, BRP Companies, Director of Development
- Whitney Arcaro, RXR Realty, EVP & Head of Marketing and Retail
- Pam Swidler, WeWork, SVP & Global Head of Real Estate, Americas & International Legal
- Young Ji, NYCDEC, Real Assets Investment Management
- Maria Masi, Brookfield Property Partners, SVP of Multifamily Development
- Shalini Abeyaratne AIA, NOMA, LEED AP BD+C, Ennead, Senior Associate
About our host -
Ennead Architects is a 200+ person practice based in New York City with an office in Shanghai and a presence in Miami and California. Since our founding 59 years ago, we have become internationally recognized as designers of iconic buildings for civic, cultural, commercial, and educational institutions. Our diverse portfolio ranges from museums and performing arts centers to research and teaching facilities for universities, and major healthcare facilities. Our Commercial experience includes the design of: The Standard Hotel Highline; Center East, The New York Blood Center’s new headquarters on the Upper East Side; The Cove, Jersey City, a new 3,000,000 laboratory-driven MXD complex; WGBH Public Broadcasting Headquarters; and close to 6,000,000 sf of ground-up and adaptive re-use commercial lab and office buildings across the US and in Asia.