(SOLD OUT) Uncorked: Leading Silicon Valley 2018
This event is SOLD OUT. If you wish to be added to the waitlist, please contact Julie Luu at at email@example.com.
ULI’s Silicon Valley Committee and the Women’s Leadership Institute (WLI) are pleased to present Uncorked: Leading Silicon Valley 2018.
The program is inspired by WLI’s Boardroom After Dark dinner series and will highlight the careers of four women leaders changing the landscape of the Silicon Valley real estate industry. This unique opportunity gets you up-close-and-personal with some of the most dynamic and engaging real estate and land use leaders in the Bay Area. This “four in one” event kicks off with a networking happy hour for all attendees, followed a private seated dinner centered around the careers of our four honored guests. Both men and women are welcome to join. Space is limited to 36 attendees so reserve your spot for this unique opportunity to network with these industry icons and your ULI peers in a small and intimate setting.
How it Works:
Register using the link at the bottom of the page. Approximately two weeks before the event, ULI will send all registrants an interest form asking them to select which of the four leaders they wish to be seated with. We will aim to get everyone seated at one of their top two choices.
5:00 PM Registration
5:00 – 6:00 PM Happy Hour & Networking
6:00 – 8:00 PM Seated Dinner
ULI members only: $99 (all-inclusive food & wine)
Due to the limited capacity of this program, refunds are not available.
Questions? Please contact Julie Luu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Constance B. Moore served as BRE’s president and chief executive officer from 2005 until the completion of the merger with Essex Property Trust in 2014. 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.
Jackie Safier is Chief Executive Officer of Prometheus Real Estate Group, Inc., in charge of strategic direction for operations, property management, development, and acquisitions. Prometheus is the largest private owner of multi-family properties in the San Francisco Bay Area, with a growing portfolio of more than 13,000 metropolitan-area apartments in the Bay Area, Seattle, and Portland. The firm has over 500 employees. Prometheus has garnered more than 75 design, civic, and community awards in its over 50-year history.
Jackie serves on the Board of Overseers at UCSF and the Board of Visitors for UC Berkeley. She is also President of the Helen Diller Family Foundation. She received an MBA from Harvard University and a BA from Tufts University.
Katia Kamangar leads all new community development activities for SummerHill Homes and SummerHill Apartment Communities in Northern California.
Ms. Kamangar joined SummerHill in 2005. She oversees all duties related to new community development, including initial land planning, due diligence, architecture and design, budgeting and forecasting, and securing all necessary entitlement approvals through commencement of construction and sales.
Ms. Kamangar also leads the company’s Green Task Force that evaluates new technologies and construction practices aimed at increasing the sustainability of the homes SummerHill constructs. For ten years prior to joining SummerHill, she was with Greenbriar Homes Communities Inc. as Senior Development Manager and Director of Development. Previously, she was Construction Project Manager for Mobil Oil Corporation. From 1998 to 2001, Ms. Kamangar served on the City of Los Altos Planning Commission. From 2001 to 2005, she was a Board Member for the BIA Bay Area. Ms. Kamangar holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from U.C. Berkeley and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
Mary Ann King co-founded Moran & Company’s brokerage business with Tom Moran Sr. in 1994. She marketed the first properties Moran & Company sold in Southern California, defined Moran & Company’s brand in the marketplace and helped expand its business nationwide. Mary Ann believes that her principal responsibility today is to be a rainmaker on the West Coast and to use her relationships and transaction experience to help all of Moran’s regional partners nationwide increase the success of their own regional platforms.
As the Co-Chairman of Moran & Company, Mary Ann is the face of the company. She is perceived as one of the industry’s most prolific rainmakers. She has not only sold some of the biggest apartment deals in the country, but she has led the marketing of some of the most complex transactions in the apartment space. She is equally comfortable in selling existing, fully-leased properties or in raising the equity for to-be-built investments. Mary Ann has spent her life connecting capital with apartments across a full spectrum of investment styles.
As the face of the company, Mary Ann has also played leadership roles in NMHC and ULI. She served on NMHC’s Leadership Team for 10 years, chairing that organization in 2007-2008. She chaired one of ULI’s Multifamily Product Councils and served three terms as a ULI trustee. She is a frequent speaker at industry events. Mary Ann holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Middlebury College, a Masters Degree in City and Regional Planning from Harvard University, and Masters Degree in Business Administration from Northwestern University.
*There will be a $10 fee for on-site registration.
*This event is not sponsor-eligible.
*Refunds cannot be made for this event.
*This is a semi-private event and is closed to press coverage.