Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Real Estate Panel

Please join the Young Leaders Group of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Seattle District Council for a panel discussion and networking event for young professionals and current students in real estate development, finance, public policy, land use and real estate law, engineering, architecture and planning. This event will provide an excellent opportunity to meet other young professionals, learn about how they found their current positions, find out what they do on a day-to-day basis and how they’re growing professionally, and gain valuable insight into the current market.

The mission of the Urban Land Institute is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.

Date Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Time 5:30 - 7:30 PM
Location Douglas Forum, UW Foster School of Business
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Cost $10 for current students
$15 for ULI members
$20 for non-members/non-students
Beer, wine and light appetizers will be provided.
Registration Register online at or by phone at 1-800-321-5011
Deadline: Monday, February 14

This panel is presented by:
MacMillan Associates Consulting, the UW Foster School of Business Career Center, and the UW Real Estate Club

Bob MacMillan, Principal, MacMillan Associates Consulting
Bob MacMillan has more than 30 years of successful senior level executive experience with several of the region’s largest real estate services and
development companies.

Alicia Daniels Uhlig, Director of Sustainability/Associate, GGLO
Alicia is an Architect and passionate advocate for green building with over 15 years of sustainable design experience. As Director of Sustainability at GGLO, Alicia spearheads internal research initiatives and is the firm’s driving force for bringing integrated sustainable design solutions to client-driven projects.

Andrew Glass Hastings, Government Relations Administrator, King County DOT
Andrew Glass Hastings has been a leader in key transportation policies, initiatives, and political campaigns in Seattle for more than five years. He managed the successful $18 billion Sound Transit 2 campaign and served as Mayor Greg Nickels’ Senior Policy Advisor on Transportation. Currently, Andrew works to solve complex political issues as the Government Relations Administrator for the King County Department of Transportation.

Gabriel Grant, Vice President, HAL Real Estate Investments
Gabriel Grant is Vice President of HAL Real Estate Investments, where he works on acquisition, disposition and other investment initiatives and is responsible for the performance of a portfolio of real estate assets located throughout the Puget Sound. As a Seattle native with a passion for civic affairs, Gabriel serves on Seattle’s Downtown Design Reserve Board and in 2009 was honored as one of the Puget Sound Business Journal’s “40 Under 40.”

Christian Gunter, LEED AP, Vice President, Bentall Kennedy
Christian Gunter joined Bentall Kennedy in June 2004, and is Vice President, Responsible Property Investing (“RPI”). Christian, a LEED Accredited Professional, directs Bentall Kennedy’s US RPI initiatives covering portfolio-wide sustainable development/re-development and high-performance property operations.

Meredith Messmer, Project Manager, Lorig Associates, LLC
Meredith joined Lorig in 2008. She has worked for five years in real estate consulting and development after completing a Master in Urban Planning at the University of Washington. Her project experience includes the Thornton Place mixed-use development, the 200 West Highland condominiums, and other projects in various pre-construction stages.

This panel is presented by:
MacMillan Associates Consulting, the UW Foster School of Business Career Center, and the UW Real Estate Club