ULI Coastal Forum

Date(s):
October 6 — 8, 2020
Venue:
Global ULI Online
 
Website:
https://americas.uli.org/councils/forums/forum-and-product-council-concepts-fall-2020-webinar-series/
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Gibbs John R.
Organization: WRT, LLC


John Gibbs is a registered landscape architect and urban designer in WRT’s San Francisco office. With more than 20 years of experience in a range of innovative work that includes educational campuses, park design and systems planning, community revitalization, streetscape enhancements, and detailed construction documentation, John seeks to engage social culture, ecology, and sustainability in the


Hebert Jeff
Organization: HR&A Advisors, Inc.


Jeff is a pioneer of resilience planning and community revitalization. He works with cities around the world to develop strategies that mitigate future social, economic, and physical shocks and stresses. Jeff joined HR&A from the Water Institute of the Gulf, where he served as Vice President. While at the Water Institute, Jeff led a transdisciplinary team to develop innovative adaptation solution


Jost Thomas C.
Organization: Sherwood Design Engineers


I am a principal at Sherwood Design Engineers, where I co-manage a team of engineers, designers and planners in NY, Atlanta and Houston, providing full service civil engineering for University, corporate campus, park, open space, street, plaza and district scale projects. I design sustainable communities through adaptive infrastructure strategies that solve for climate change, carbon depende


Murley James F.
Organization: Miami-Dade County


James Murley currently serves has Chief Resilience Officer (CROs) for Miami-Dade County. In that position he leads the 7th largest County in the United States in sustainability and resilience issues. He leads the Office of Resilience focusing on energy efficiency and conservation actions and addressing the impacts of sea level rise. Jim Murley has spent over four decades working on public policy


Narkar Poonam

Pretzer Kelly
Organization: Brookfield Properties


Kelly Pretzer is Development Director at Brookfield Properties. Over the past five years, she has led the entitlement and implementation of the Pier 70 project. Prior to joining Brookfield/Forest City, Kelly served as Project Manager at the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development, working on public-private partnerships, including the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island project a


Pyke Chris
Organization: Arc Skoru

Rosenberg Heather J.
Organization: Arup


As an ecologist, Ms. Rosenberg takes an integrated systems approach to environmental problem solving on land use, infrastructure and building projects. Working closely with developers such as Lennar, Rancho Mission Viejo, Forest City and Thomas Properties Group, she has led the sustainable design process at the community level. She has conducted lifecycle analyses of buildings and detailed sustai


Rousakis Tom
Organization: Ernst & Young

Schilke Charles N.
Organization: Johns Hopkins University


Chuck Schilke is the Director of the Edward St. John Real Estate Program at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, at both the Washington DC and Baltimore Harbor East campuses. There, he directs the Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure (MSREI) degree program—the first graduate real estate program in the United States also expressly including infrastructure--and leads related tea


Smith Jack
Organization: Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP


My Environmental and Land Use practice includes hazardous waste site management and remediation, contaminated property liability negotiation, litigation, development, redevelopment and related regulatory counseling · Experienced in matters of administrative law, land use planning and zoning law, and he has worked with brownfields redevelopment, environmental insurance and environmental regulator


Strong Brian
Organization: City & County of San Francisco


As the City’s Chief Resilience Officer and Director of the Office of Resilience and Capital Planning, Brian Strong is on the forefront of making San Francisco safe, sustainable, and resilient far into the future. This includes overseeing the City’s $39 billion capital plan and annual capital budget, the Earthquake Safety Implementation Program and related efforts to speed recovery after a disaste


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