ULI Boston is thrilled to announce that two local graduate students and ULI members have been selected to participate in the third cohort of the ULI/Randall Lewis Health Mentorship Program. Stefan Bird and Natalia Chavez are two of five graduate students participating in this competitive program.
Bird, a master’s student in real estate development at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will be mentored by Jon Wallenstrom with Alaka’I Development in Honolulu. Chavez, master’s student in public administration at the Harvard Kennedy School, who also recently received her master’s degree in city planning from Boston University, will be mentored by Belinda Sward with Strategic Solutions Alliance in the San Diego area.
Being selected in this competitive program offers Bird and Chavez the opportunity to attend the 2019 Fall Meeting and the 2020 Spring Meeting and product council meetings in Washington, DC and Toronto with their mentors. More information about all of the mentors and mentees selected for Cohort 3 can be found here, and more information about the program can be found by visiting uli.org/healthmentors.