ELM Marketing Manager Selected for ULI Women’s Leadership Development Institute
An important part of our firm’s culture is encouraging our team members to pursue involvement and leadership opportunities in their communities and in local and national professional organizations. Whether serving on neighborhood preservation boards, leading committees for industry-specific organizations, or serving the community through religious or other service groups, we love to see our staff working to make Jacksonville a better place both in and out of the office.
Erin Weinberg, our Marketing Manager, was recently selected for ULI North Florida’s Women’s Leadership Development Institute (WLDI), a five-month program where a small group of women complete a course of eight modules and have the opportunity to network with colleagues from many disciplines of real estate in a collaborative learning environment.
Erin has been involved with ULI since first starting at ELM in late 2017, serving first on the Young Leaders Group (YLG) committee, and co-chairing the Marketing and Communications committee since early 2018.
Offered every other year, WLDI features module topics including Leadership, Management, Team Building, Practical Leadership & Time Management, Effective Communication, Networking & Work/Life Balance, Negotiation, Assertiveness & Conflict Resolution, and Building Healthy Places in Real Estate. Participants will have the chance to meet and learn from local business leaders, public officials, and national experts in the real estate industry throughout the duration of the program.
WLDI is presented by ULI’s Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) committee, with the purposes of promoting the advancement of women, throughout their careers, as leaders in the real estate industry, increasing the number of women who serve in leadership positions in the real estate industry and in ULI, increasing the visibility of women leaders in the real estate industry and in ULI, and in increasing the number of women who are active ULI full members, and supporting the development of young women members as leaders in ULI and in their professions.