ULI Southeast Florida / Caribbean: Speed Mentoring

When

2021-06-15
2021-06-15T14:30:00 - 2021-06-15T16:30:00
America/New_York

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    Where

    The Main Las Olas 201 E Las Olas Blvd Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301-3633 UNITED STATES
    Back on the calendar and back in person, we are excited to welcome you to join us for Speed Mentoring, on of our most popular events of the year!

    Pricing

    Pricing Members Non-Members
    All Types $20.00 $45.00
    This event is $20 for current ULI Members and $45 for nonmembers. 
     
    ULI Sponsors: this event may be free for you to attend. Contact mallory.barker@uli.org to register. 
    Join ULI SE Florida/Caribbean for our next Speed Mentoring event on Tuesday, June 15th. Ever popular, our Speed Mentoring events feature a group of leading real estate and land use professionals who share career insights in a small roundtable format in four 15-minute rotations.
     
    In this intimate event, you'll get the chance to meet, chat with, and get advice from key industry leaders. Whether you want to learn how to challenge your underlying beliefs and assumptions, get advice on career challenges and how to overcome them, or get insights for success, you’ll learn from the best in the biz and get inspired with their insight and stories of success.
     
    Plus, join us after the event for an optional networking happy hour! 
     
    ULI Members: $20 | Non Members: $45  |  Sponsors: Free

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Stephanie Rodriguez

    Regional Senior Vice President, Duke Realty

    As Regional Senior Vice President for the state of Florida, Stephanie is responsible for leading and directing the leasing, property management and marketing of its growing industrial portfolios in Central and South Florida as well as new development opportunities. In her previous role as Vice President of Leasing and Development, Stephanie was responsible for leasing 8.5 million square feet of industrial properties in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, and identifying new development opportunities. Prior to working in leasing, Stephanie spent three years as Vice President of Asset Management and Customer Service, responsible for the overall operation of the company's entire South Florida portfolio, including asset management, supervision of personnel, communication, and client retention functions. Prior to joining Duke Realty, Stephanie was Real Estate Manager and Associate Director for CB Richard Ellis and Property Manager for Trammell Crow, Glenborough Realty Trust, and Washington Real Estate Investment Trust.

    Speaker

    Scott MacLaren

    President, Stiles

    Scott MacLaren is the current Chair of ULI Southeast Florida / Caribbean and the President of Stiles. As a member of the company's executive leadership team, he is focused on day-to-day operations and overall strategy. He plays an integral role in driving Stiles' future pipeline of activity, including development, acquisitions, and third-party services. Since joining Stiles in 1999, Mr. MacLaren has held roles of increasing responsibility in all aspects of sales, financing, acquisitions, and asset management, and has directed numerous ground-up development projects. He is experienced in the development and redevelopment of neighborhood shopping centers and mixed-use projects as well as the acquisition of value-add commercial properties and new land inventory. Most recently, Mr. MacLaren served as President of Stiles North Carolina Operations, in which he developed and executed the company's growth strategy in North Carolina as well as select Southeastern US markets. Prior to joining Stiles, Mr. MacLaren worked in the finance division of Sony Corporation. He is a graduate from the University of Florida with both an undergraduate degree in Finance and an MBA. Mr. MacLaren has been actively involved in numerous professional and community organizations, including Urban Land Institute, University of Florida Real Estate Advisory Board, Jack and Jill Children's Center, American Heart Association's Broward Heart Walk, Habitat for Humanity, Boca Raton Planning and Zoning Board, the Soccer Association of Boca Raton, and St. Joan of Arc Church.

    Speaker

    Mary Beth Albritton

    VP, Major Gifts, United Way of Broward County

    Mary Beth Albritton is the Vice President of Major Gifts with the United Way of Broward County. With over 15 years of experience, she has served for the past six years with the United Way of Broward County. Her leadership as the Director of Women’s Philanthropy truly transformed and created a nation-wide movement on how women philanthropists need to be engaged in the community. Currently, Women United is nationally- recognized for their work in advocacy, volunteering, fundraising, and high-level networking. All this hard work has led Mary Beth to her now role as VP, Major Gifts, which is a new division within the United Way of Broward County. Here she leads a team of five fundraisers, and is charged with building and generating a $10+ million annual campaign over the next five years. Mary Beth received her BA from Flagler College in Sport Management, followed by an MBA International from the University of Portsmouth in England. Most recently, Mary Beth completed her PhD from Florida Atlantic University in Higher Education with a concentration on Philanthropy.

    Speaker

    Pat Bosch

    Principal, Design Director, Miami, Perkins & Will

    A founding partner of the Miami studio of Perkins&Will since 1996, Pat Bosch leads the office as its Design Director. Internationally recognized for her design acumen and collaborative work style, Pat routinely brings together diverse groups of stakeholders to generate ideas and find common ground; design solutions emerge out of the strong partnerships she builds with her clients. Pat takes a humanistic and environmentally responsible approach to design that is supported by research and meticulously executed process. She combines edgy creativity with a careful examination of every project’s program, context, region, and local culture to produce design solutions so innovative that they consistently challenge the status quo. Her work has been honored with several national and international design awards, and has been featured in architectural magazines and industry journals around the world. The strength of Pat’s design portfolio has made her a sought-after contributor to global forums, councils, commissions, and other architectural think tanks. In 2018 she spoke at the National Building Museum as part of the Spotlight on Design Series and was a key contributor to the Fast Company Innovation Festival in NYC. Pat brings a multicultural, multinational perspective to her practice. Her fluency in four languages and ability to empathize with codes, customs, and beliefs sets around the globe – from the Americas and Europe to the Middle East and Africa – have allowed her to thrive in a variety of environments with a diversity of clientele.