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Apply now: 2019 WLI Prologis Fall Meeting Achievement Awards

Women members of ULI who are active in District Councils and/or nationally with ULI are encouraged to apply for a 2019 WLI Prologis Achievement Award to attend the 2019 ULI Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C. The purpose of the program is to support the professional development of women ULI members and to raise the visibility and number of women leaders both in ULI and the real estate industry.

Ten awards will be granted for the 2019 ULI Fall Meeting to members who fit the following criteria:

  • ULI Commitment: Must show engagement and leadership responsibility within her District Council or on a national or global level. Applicant must show continued commitment to ULI after the fall meeting.
  • Work experience: Have a minimum of 7 years of experience in the real estate industry or related field, including development, architecture, planning, government, transportation, engineering, finance, sustainability, and nonprofits. Applicant must also show leadership and responsibility in her professional career.
  • Product Council Readiness: Through professional experience, provides a unique and diverse perspective that will enhance the discussions within a product council’s programming and events.

The award includes complimentary registration and an expense stipend for transportation and lodging. Winners will be paired with a WLI mentor to assist them in navigating the ULI Fall Meeting experience, and each winner will be a guest at her mentor’s respective Product Council dinner and meeting. Dinners will take place on Thursday evening and Product Council meetings will take place on Friday, September 20 and attendance is mandatory.

Applications will be acceped now through June 3. In addition to submitting a Navigator inquiry, applicants must complete a form and secure a letter of support. It is recommended that members request an application by submitting a Navigator inquiry no later than May 27.

Click here to begin the application process
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