Women’s Leadership Initiative
The Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) Southeast Florida / Caribbean is part of a global ULI network promoting the advancement of women in real estate and development. Formally launched in Charlotte at the ULI 2012 Spring Meeting, the Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) was formed in late 2010 and is now an active part of ULI’s Larson Leadership Initiative.
WLI Southeast Florida/Caribbean is committed to increasing the number and visibility of women in leadership roles in ULI and the real estate industry. The mission of the WLI is expressed in its four primary objectives:
- Promote the advancement of women, throughout their careers, as leaders in the real estate industry.
- Increase the number of women who serve in leadership positions in the real estate industry and in ULI.
- Increase the visibility of women leaders in the real estate industry and in ULI.
- Increase the number of women who are active ULI Full members, and support the development of young women members as leaders in ULI and in their professions.
To date, the WLI has provided programming for the Spring and Fall meetings, sponsored networking events and helped women navigate within ULI.
The Co-Chairs of the WLI are responsible for representing the interests of WLI and advancing the mission of ULI within the WLI platform of activities. The Chairs participate on the District Council Management Committee and support and celebrate the efforts of the various WLI committees.
Cristina is the Senior Principal and Senior Vice President with Langan Engineering & Environmental Services. For over 30 years, Cristina has worked on geotechnical engineering experience throughout Florida, specializing in high-rise projects located in coastal areas. She has managed numerous high-profile projects , including SunLife (Dolphins) Stadium, Fontainebleaue II & III Towers, The MET Miami, Turnberry Ocean Colony, Marine aBlue, and more. Cristina graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Miami, and a masters in Geotechnical Engineering from Cornell University.
Want to Get Involved?
Contact the WLI Co-Chairs or call (954) 916-7329 for more information.