Monthly Archives: March 2017

The Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) in Sacramento has continued to advance its mission of raising the profile and providing access to women leaders during the first half of the 2016-17 year. The first several programs have focused on increasing the visibility of women leaders in the land use and real estate industries through the launch of Women’s Leadership Perspectives, a series of dinners for ULI members in intimate discussions with dynamic and impactful women. WLI has hosted Meea Kang, Founder/President of Domus Development, Davis City Councilmember Rochelle Swanson, Kathleen Carey, … Read More

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Congresswoman Doris Matsui Lunch & Conversation with WLI-ULI Members

Congresswoman Doris Matsui attended a luncheon with women members of ULI Sacramento last week, discussing priorities for the Sacramento region including infastructure projects such as I Street Bridge, Streetcar and Levee protection.  Members engaged with her about her career, serving as Congresswoman for the Sacramento and West Sacramento areas since 2005. As a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee she serves on the Health and Communications and Technology subcommittees. She is committed to strengthening Sacramento’s flood protection, ensuring quality, affordable health care for all, promoting clean energy economy, … Read More

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Exclusive Tour for Young Leader Members at ICE Blocks

Young Leader ULI Members enjoyed a sneak peek of this one of kind development that included a tour of the Block 2 apartments led by Michael Heller and Davis Reed Construction. They also toured the newly completed Block 3 retail spaces and the shared office spaces of Heller Pacific and Williams + Paddon Architects. The ICE Blocks is a three block urban development of R Street between 16th and 17th streets led by developer Heller Pacific. Each block is currently in various stages of construction but the final development will … Read More

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