Executive Summary Video Interviews: Season 1

ULIsf's first video profile series is called the Executive Summary. The Executive Summary is a brief video series in which Bay Area real estate and land use professionals discuss the arc of their careers, personal interests, and the impact of ULI on their careers.

Executive Summary Video Interviews: Season 1

ULIsf’s first video profile series is called the Executive Summary. The Executive Summary is a brief video series in which Bay Area real estate and land use professionals discuss the arc of their careers, personal interests, and the impact of ULI on their careers.  Season 1 of the series, developed by Rob DeWaters and Miles Garber, aims to foster wider professional and personal connections across the ULI San Francisco membership.

An Executive Summary with Jim Klingbeil

Jim Klingbeil is the Chairman and CEO of Klingbeil Capital Management (KCM), a multi-faceted national real estate company established in 1959 with holdings throughout the United States.  He has over 40 years of development experience with multi-family and residential product types in which he has developed, acquired, renovated, repositioned, managed and/or sold an aggregate of 185 apartment communities containing of 43,000 units in 47 metropolitan markets.

Mr. Klingbeil has served on many committees within the Urban Land Institute, and has been a ULI Trustee for over 30 years.  He served as President of ULI from 1991 to 1993. He is a past Chairman and lifetime member of the ULI Foundation (ULIF) Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Currently, Jim participates on the ULI Governance Committee, ULIF Board of Directors, ULIF Annual Fund Committee, and participates on the national Multi-Family Product Council.  Jim also finds time to participate locally.  He has participated with ULIsf on panels and the Excelling at the Game series; and has spoken at the Young Leaders Group (YLG) Learn From the Best, Fireside Chat and Lunching with Leaders signature events.

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An Executive Summary with Connie Moore

Connie Moore has been President and Chief Executive Officer of BRE Properties since 2005. Prior to serving in this capacity, Connie was Director of BRE in 2002 and President and Chief Operating Officer in 2004.

Connie has over 30 years of experience in the real estate industry including: Managing Director of Security Capital Group & Affiliates; several executive positions with Security Capital Group, including Co-Chairman and CEO of Archstone Communities Trust; and Co-Chairman and CEO of Security Capital Atlantic, Inc., a predecessor of Archstone. In addition, during her tenure at Security Capital Group, Connie served on the boards of directors of both public and private companies owned or controlled by that organization.

Moore holds an M.B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business, and a bachelor’s degree from San Jose State University.  She served as Chair of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT), and now serves on the Executive Committee. Currently, she is chair of the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics Policy Advisory Board at U.C. Berkeley, a member of the Urban Land Institute and the Real Estate Roundtable, a member of the Joint Center for Housing Studies Policy Advisory Board at Harvard University, a member of the National Multi-Housing Council, and Chair of the San Jose State University Tower Foundation.

Connie has been a member of the Urban Land Institute for nearly 20 years.  She has particpated on the National level by serving on the Small-Scale Development Council, the Multi-Family Council – Silver Flight, and the Multi-Family Council – Blue Flight, on which she is currently a member.  Locally, Connie sits on ULI San Francisco’s Executive Board and is Co-Chair of the ULIsf Sponsorship Committee.  Moreover, Connie donates countless hours to speaking at National Product Council meetings and local District Council events, including most recently, YLG’s signature event Learn From the Best X.

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