ULI Los Angeles: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Built Environment – An open dialogue with leading practitioners

When

Thursday, July 23rd, 2020
4:30pm - 6:00pm PDT

Where

Zoom
How can we (and our organizations) address structural racism through the work we do in the broader real estate industry?

In the wake of the senseless deaths of George Floyd and others, and the subsequent conversation around social justice and racial equity, it is time for all of us to look inward. The ULI LA Diversity Initiative will convene this dialogue with public, private, and non-profit organization executives and leaders advancing equity and diversity initiatives within their organizations.

Please join us for an open dialogue to share your experiences and thoughts on how we can all do better to improve social justice and race equity in the real estate space.
 
MODERATOR:
 
Ada Peng
Senior Analyst
HR&A Advisors

Ada brings her background and experiences in housing and real estate development to HR&A’s real estate advisory and affordable practices. She assists public agencies, non-profits, and private developers to achieve their long-term vision with a practical and equitable approach suitable for the market condition.
 
PANELISTS
 
Gabrielle Bullock
Principal, Director of Global Diversity
Perkins & Will
 
Gabrielle oversees Perkins+Will’s Diversity, Inclusion, and Engagement program, which works to support and strengthen a firmwide culture that embraces a diversity of people, colors, creeds, credos, talents, thoughts, and ideas. Her unique role as an award-winning principal and the firm’s Director of Global Diversity enables her to combine her passion for architecture and social justice to effect positive change at a micro and macro level.
 
KeAndra D. Cylear Dodds
Executive Officer, Equity and Race
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority

For over a decade, KeAndra D. Cylear Dodds has dedicated her career to the creation and preservation of affordable housing, improving access to transit, healthy environments and economic opportunities and developing policies that foster social equity. She currently works as the Executive Officer, Equity and Race at the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro).
 
Alicia Bramble
President
African-American Real Estate Professionals
Los Angeles (AAREP)
 
Alicia Bramble possesses 15 years of Affordable Housing experience and has specialized in Asset Management for various owners such as developers and investors. She is also President of the African-American Real Estate Professionals of Los Angeles.
 
 
Garland Fuller
Senior Diversity Recruiter
CBRE
 
Garland Fuller is an extraordinary talent connector, diversity champion, and leadership business partner. She is a part of CBRE’s People team and leads the Pacific Southwest Division's diversity recruiting strategy and efforts as a Sr. Diversity Recruiter.