Committees

Through our various committees, ULI Charlotte engages our members and ensures that the interests of our District Council are fully met, both within the organization and the community.

Committees

Affordable Housing

The Affordable Housing Committee purpose is to brainstorm, share ideas and discuss relevant topics and trends.  Provide input on education of members and the public sector on affordable housing, acting as a bridge to voice ideas to be implemented and best practices shared.

Bridget Grant
Affordable Housing Co-Chair

Moore & Van Allen
704.331.2379
bridgetgrant@mvalaw.com

Liz Ward
Affordable Housing Co-Chair

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership,
704.285.6014
lward@cmhp.org

Community Builders

This committee focuses on outreach to future leaders in our community by fostering relationships with community high school and university educators. By working with key contacts to encourage the use of such tools as UrbanPlan, the Hines Design Competition and participation in the student fellowship program, students learn to make more educated land use decisions and are encouraged to actively participate in their community in these discussions.

Ambrose Dittloff profile
Community Builders Chair
Carocon Corporation
704.506.1975

Content Development

Responsible for developing content to support the ULI mission through developing case studies that highlight new market trends and project best practices, and creating implementation toolkits which may provide actionable information around key topic areas.

Martin Fahsel
Content Development Co-Chair
BB&T
704.954.1404
mfahsel@bbandt.com

Frank Warren
Content Development Co-Chair
Helen Adams Realty
704.904.4745
cfw926@gmail.com

Marketing

The Marketing Committee’s mission is to support the external communications needs of the organization to achieve overall awareness and understanding of events, issues, and initiatives among members, prospects, the community, and media. It also serves to engage members fully with ULI on the local level. We achieve these goals by elevating ULI’s external visibility in the press and by seeking out the best technologies to improve our email, website, blog, and social media outreach.

Emily Crandall
Communications Chair
JLL
704.804.5771

Membership

This committee strives to improve the quality of ULI membership experience, improve retention, expand membership, increase membership diversity and understand the needs and wants of members.

Andrew Rosti
Membership Chair

Grubb Properties
571.731.7216
Andrew.Rosti@gmail.com

Programs

The Programs Committee facilitates relationship building and career advancement among ULI Charlotte’s members through high-quality educational programs. We offer over 10 programs per year, which are developed and coordinated by committee, including major symposiums, breakfast meetings and networking opportunities.

Bart Murr
Programs Chair

Insite Properties, LLC
704.344.8086
murr@insiteprops.com

Sponsorship

Sponsorship Committee raises sufficient sponsorship revenue to support District Council activities with minimal time and effort on the part of volunteers and staff. Committee members also plan and support two sponsor-only events and assist in specific event sponsorship opportunities.

Dave Chandler
Sponsorship Chair
Faison
704.972.2518
dave.chandler@faison.com

Technical Assistance Program

The Technical Assistance Program (TAPs) committee draws from ULI Charlotte’s seasoned professional membership base to provide expert, multidisciplinary advice to public agencies, nonprofit organizations, and universities facing complex land use and real estate issues throughout our region.

Craig Lewis
TAP Marketing Chair
Stantec
704.609.9841

Women’s Leadership Initiative

The mission of the ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative is to raise the visibility and number of women leaders in ULI and the real estate industry.  The WLI committee is responsible for establishing programming for furthering the mission.

Christina Langrall profile
Women’s Leadership Initiative Chair
Wells Fargo
704.410.1915

Young Leaders Group

The Young Leaders Group creates opportunities for young professionals under the age of 35 to develop skills and build relationships that will help advance their careers and foster an understanding of thoughtful development practices. Our seasoned members support and encourage the next generation of land use leaders by providing mentorship and insight into their career trajectory.

Dave Stewart
Young Leaders Chair
NorthMarq Capital
704.927.4343