ULI Chicago WLI Presents:
Equity in Real Estate | Resisting in Place
through Equitable Real Estate Development
December 8, 2020
the ULI Chicago Woman’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) for their final session in
the series “Equity in Real Estate.” The series will conclude with a discussion
on the solutions to racial discrimination in real estate.
In the midst of an everchanging built environment and social
unrest nationwide, we are poised to think critically about the impact of equity
on real estate, design, and planning here in Chicago. As we process the many
ways in which development firms can engage in equitable development, it is
imperative for us to detail the many ways that this work may take shape and to
think critically about the voices who should be leading it. The City of Chicago
has exemplified in their own way their mandate for community engagement in
development projects, and that is no different in the case of the Bronzeville
As we wrestle with this work, initiatives like Morgan Malone's Resisting
in Place showcases the many Black voices across industries, institutions,
and creative expressions nationwide that contribute to these spaces.
As with its popular Breakthrough Series, WLI is
highlighting female leaders in Chicago’s real estate industry and civic
community. This special “Equity in Real
Estate” series will provide a “deeper dive” on issues that are endemic,
systemic, and historic, yet more relevant and urgent than ever.
To be part of the solution, you must be part of
the conversation – everybody is welcome to attend!
Vice President, Real Estate & Inclusion
Development & External Affairs
will be sent 24 hours prior to meeting.)
PM – 1:00 PM (CT)
ULI Members | $15
ULI Non-Members | $20
Friday, December 4, 2020