Rose Center for Public Leadership

ULI Foundation Governor Daniel Rose committed $5 million in 2008 to establish the Rose Center for Public Leadership to empower leaders in the public sector to envision, build, and sustain successful 21st-century communities. Hear the Louisville Fellowship team discuss their participation in the program helped them create a more cohesive corridor for their city’s land use challenges.

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About the Rose Center

Learn more about ULI’s work with public officials to support excellence in land use decision making.

To volunteer with the Rose Center, contact Jess Zimbabwe.

Featured Volunteer
Calvin Gladney,
Rose Center adviser

Calvin Gladney The Daniel Rose Fellowship allows mayors to "spend focused time with people who don’t want anything from them, aside from helping them solve issues in their cities," says Calvin Gladney, a volunteer with the Rose Center for Public Leadership.

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