ULI Florida: 2019 ULI Florida Summit

When

Thursday, June 13th, 2019
to Friday, June 14th, 2019

Where

The Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center Will open in a new window 6000 W Osceola Pkwy Kissimmee, FL 34746-4414 UNITED STATES
The 2019 Florida Summit will gather more than 700 ULI members and non-members interested in the progress and prosperity of our state will convene at the annual statewide Summit in June focuseing on today’s changing markets, trends, and opportunities, and feature leading industry professionals. The annual Florida Summit is hosted and produced jointly by the five ULI District Councils of Florida.
Pricing by or on April 26 Members Non-Members
Public/Academic/Nonprofit $175.00 $295.00
Regular $395.00 $550.00
Retired $225.00 -
Student $95.00 $205.00
Under Age 35 $225.00 $325.00
Pricing after April 26
Public/Academic/Nonprofit $275.00 $395.00
Regular $495.00 $695.00
Retired $325.00 -
Student $125.00 $235.00
Under Age 35 $325.00 $435.00
Day-of On-site Pricing August 14
Public/Academic/Nonprofit $325.00 $435.00
Regular $495.00 $695.00
Retired $325.00 -
Student $125.00 $235.00
Under Age 35 $325.00 $435.00

Agenda

June 13

7:00pm - 9:00pm

2019 Florida Summit - Women's Leadership Initiative (WLI) Dinner

June 14

8:00am - 12:45pm

2019 Florida Summit - Mobile Tour: Infill Food Developments as a Catalyst and Community Builder: A Tour of the Emeril Lagasse Foundation Kitchen House & Culinary Garden and East End Market

June 14

8:00am - 12:45pm

2019 Florida Summit - Mobile Tour: Live, Work, Play: A Tour of Lake Nona, KPMG, and the USTA

June 14

9:30am - 12:45pm

2019 Florida Summit - Mobile Tour: Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort

The annual ULI Florida Summit connects the top real estate professionals from throughout the state including developers, attorneys, engineers, architects, and land use planners, from both the private and public sector. From keynote addresses to conference sessions, the 2019 Summit will focus on today’s changing markets, trends, and opportunities, and feature leading industry professionals. More than 700 ULI members and non-members who are interested in the progress and prosperity of our state convene at the annual statewide Summit. It is hosted and produced jointly by the five ULI District Councils of Florida.

The Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center 6000 W Osceola Pkwy Kissimmee, FL 34746-4414 UNITED STATES

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Speakers

Speaker

Maria Contreras-Sweet

Head, Small Business Administration

Maria Contreras-Sweet is an expert in economic growth, job creation and competitiveness. Internationally acclaimed for her insights on growth and innovation, she is also sought after for her tactical insights for American businesses from a financial and economic standpoint. Maria was widely praised for doing this on a national level when she served in President Barack Obama’s Cabinet as Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration. Recognized for her creative leadership and forward thinking economic solutions, Maria’s drive to bring the SBA into the digital age, and expand into broader domestic and global markets, yielded record results in lending and contracting for American businesses. A longtime advocate for America’s business owners and entrepreneurs, and respected champion for diversity and inclusion, job creation, economic innovation, and equal opportunity, Maria’s achievements in bringing efficiencies and modernization to organizations have earned her international acclaim. An entrepreneur and business executive herself, her extensive career includes serving as Secretary of the California Business, Transportation, and Housing Agency, the founding chairwoman of ProAmérica Bank, and vice president, public affairs for Westinghouse’s 7-Up / RC Bottling Company.

Speaker

Carol Coletta

Senior Fellow, American Cities Practice, Memphis River Parks Partnership

Carol Coletta is president and CEO of the Memphis River Parks Partnership. She is leading the relaunch of a nonprofit to develop, manage and program six miles of riverfront and five park districts along the Mississippi River. She is on loan from The Kresge Foundation where she is a senior fellow in the foundation’s American Cities Practice. She leads a $50+ million collaboration of national and local foundations, local nonprofits and governments to Reimagine the Civic Commons in five cities. It is planned as the first comprehensive demonstration of how a connected set of civic assets – a civic commons – can yield increased and more widely share prosperity for cities and neighborhoods. She was formerly vice president of Community and National Initiatives for the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation where she managed a portfolio of more than $60 million annually in grants and a team of 18 in 26 communities to drive success in cities. Carol led the two-year start-up of ArtPlace, a unique public-private collaboration to accelerate creative placemaking in communities across the U.S. and was president and CEO of CEOs for Cities for seven years. Previously, she served as executive director of the Mayors’ Institute on City Design, a partnership of the National Endowment for the Arts, U.S. Conference of Mayors and American Architectural Foundation. She also ran a Memphis-based public affairs consulting firm, Coletta & Company, where she served business, foundations, nonprofits and government on the broadest range of civic issues. For nine years, she was host and producer of the nationally syndicated weekly public radio show Smart City, where she interviewed more than 900 international leaders in business, the arts, and cities. She continues producing conversations with urban leaders as a regular podcast, “Talking about Cities.”

Speaker

Greg Lindsay

Hailed as an expert on the future of travel, technology and urbanism by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and CNN, Greg Lindsay is a journalist, futurist and established authority on globalization and innovation. Described as “intellectually stimulating and thought-provoking,” the two-time Jeopardy! champion (and only human to go undefeated against IBM’s Watson) has been invited to share his insights at the Aspen Ideas Festival, the U.S. State Department and with several Fortune 100 companies, including Google, Intel, Boeing and FedEx. With more than a decade of writing and research on globalization, urbanism, innovation and adaptability, Lindsay has produced groundbreaking insight featured in leading outlets, including Harvard Business Review,Bloomberg Business, McKinsey Quarterly, World Policy Journal, and on NPR and the BBC. Lindsay is a senior fellow at NewCities and the director of strategy of its offshoot LA CoMotion — an annual urban mobility festival in the Arts District of Los Angeles, a visiting scholar at NYU and a contributing writer for Fast Company. He received critical acclaim as co-author of Aerotropolis: The Way We’ll Live Next, hailed as an essential guide to the 21st century. Recognized for his sharp intellect, quick wit and brilliant perspective, Lindsay engages audiences with mind-blowing insights on globalization, offering fascinating visions of our interconnected future, the potential challenges and opportunities, and unique perspectives on everything from office cubes to advancing technologies changing human behavior.

Event Sponsors

ZOM Living
Centennial Bank
UCF Metro Center
Shutts & Bowen, LLP
Florida Trend Magazine
Mike Bonts PR
Florida Green Building Coalition
Nova

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