In her words:
Three words to describe ULI:
Global. Sustainable. Responsible.
How has ULI helped you in your career development?
Not to seem Cliché, but the networking has no doubt been a great asset to help me form, grow and maintain relationships on a national level in the private development sector. Also, the education that I get from the national conferences, luncheons and ULI publications is tremendously helpful when I need to educate clients on market trends.
What is your proudest moment in your current position?
Professionally, joining the Catamount San Antonio team and working with leadership that allowed me to create a non-traditional position as Director of Client Relations. Personally, raising over a half a million dollars for non-profit organizations.
Favorite place you’ve lived and/or traveled to:
I used to live in a Hippie Commune in the Berkeley Hills (California) before I started working in this industry. I still dream of California at night, and one day I will live in the Bay Area again.
What is on your wish list for the next 5 years?
Finally finish my house that I have been remodeling the last four years and then buy another house and start all over again. Traveling internationally is also very high on the list. Spain, Mexico, Central America, South Africa and Greece will all happen over the next five years.