We’re excited to announce that ULI Baltimore member Mehr Pastakia was selected to participate in the second cohort of the ULI Health Leaders Network. Locally, Mehr sits on the ULI Baltimore Regionalism Committee; the committee focuses on promoting best land use practices and development in the region, through collaborating with local governments, elected officials, and non-profits.
This program, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Colorado Health Foundation, and ULI Trustee Randall Lewis, facilitates creative collaborations between land use sectors and empowers participants with actionable knowledge on development and design strategies that improve health.
Twenty-six professionals from the fields of real estate development, real estate finance and investment, urban planning, design, land use consulting, engineering, and public health are taking part in this cohort, which includes two in-person forums, a series of webinars, and individual and small group assignments.
The ULI Health Leaders Network is designed to empower real estate and land use professionals with the skills, knowledge, and networks to improve health outcomes in their professional practice and communities. Learn more at uli.org/healthleaders.