What is the Pathways to Inclusion Initiative?
The Pathways to Inclusion initiative was created by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) to increase the participation of equity-deserving communities who are currently underrepresented in the real estate development, land use, and city-building fields.
The Pathways to Inclusion Initiative will provide up to 25 industry professionals a scholarship to participate in the ULI Spring Meeting to be held in Toronto from May 16-18, 2023. The annual ULI Spring Meeting brings together over 4,000 real estate development, land use and city building professionals from around the world to discuss, learn and share their experiences and challenges in building sustainable and equitable urban communities in the 21st century. This scholarship also includes a one-year ULI membership which will continue to provide additional opportunities to reinforce access and engagement as a ULI member throughout the year.
2023 Pathways to Inclusion Cohort:
Malek Abdel-Shehid, ERA Architects Inc.
Zakaria Abdulle, Somali Centre for Culture and Recreation
Sebastian Alvarez, Choice Properties REIT
Sundus Balata, City of Toronto
Mariyan Boychev, Climate Solutions Park/UEF
Cheryll Case, CP Planning
Christine Chea, Mattamy Homes
Michelle Hunte, Walmart Canada
Anita Ifeadi, Metrolinx
Nikita Jariwala, J.L. Richards & Associates Ltd
Souleik Kheyre, City of Toronto
Puneet Kohli, McCarthy Tetrault LLP
Shushmita Mizan, First Capital REIT
Jasmine Mohamed, City of Toronto
Alefiyah Mohammedi, Rendertech Studio
Sophia Nallaiah, EllisDon Corporation
Dapo Olajide, Infrastructure Ontario
Daniel Olmos Chave, Rotman
Randy Ramadhin, Haffwood Services Ltd
Shabbar Sagarwala, Kasian Architecture, Interior Design & Planning
Dina Sarhane, DS Studio
Chiyi Tam, Kensington Market Community Land Trust
Enrique Wang, Capreit