ULI San Francisco’s popular Boardroom After Dark series continues into its fifth season! We invite you to engage with some of the most dynamic real estate and land use leaders who are making things happen in the San Francisco Bay Area. Join these leaders for a virtual event with only eleven other land use professionals. This event is open to both men and women as well as ULI members and non-members. Boardroom After Dark is held virtually via Zoom Meetings between 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm.
About the Speaker
Elizabeth (Libby) Seifel has focused her professional career on creating sustainable infill developments, structuring successful public-private partnerships and encouraging the revitalization of communities.
Libby has worked for cities in every part of the Bay Area and advised on numerous major infill development projects including San Francisco’s Transbay Transit District, Mission Bay, Mission Rock, and Hunters Point Shipyard, as well as South San Francisco's Oyster Point, Mountain View's North Bayshore and Novato's Hamilton Field. Prior to moving to the Bay Area, she served as the founding Executive Director of Tent City Corporation, the non-profit developer of a ULI award-winning 269-unit mixed income housing development in downtown Boston.
Since then, Libby has prepared successful strategies to catalyze mixed income housing communities and build more than 10,000 affordable housing units in the Bay Area. She actively promotes best practices in urban development and housing through her volunteer efforts with the Urban Land Institute, where she sits on the executive board of the ULI SF District Council and serves as co-chair of ULI SF's Housing the Bay steering committee. Libby is also a faculty member of the UC Berkeley Masters in Real Estate Development and Design program, and she was honored for her positive influence on real estate development, joining the Hall of Fame for the Northern California Women of Influence in Real Estate.
Libby received her Master in City Planning and Bachelor of Science from MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning and has been appointed to numerous leadership positions with the MIT Alumni Association.
Registration includes the delivery of a bottle of wine.
Due to the limited capacity of this program, refunds are not available.
Must be 21 year or older to attend.