As a membership organization, ULI is able to tap into a vast network of land use professionals who are eager to share their expertise to make a difference in the world.
ULI is uniquely positioned to offer high-quality content, publications, advisory services, and educational programs because of its generous and knowledgeable members. ULI volunteers represent the full spectrum of land use disciplines, sharing distinct perspectives to solve the complex housing, transportation, and development challenges facing communities today.
Volunteerism is at the heart of virtually all of ULI’s programs and initiatives. Members serve in a variety of roles:
- As jurors for high-profile awards programs, such as the Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition and J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development.
- As UrbanPlan advisers to high school and graduate students.
- As land use experts through Advisory Services panels.
- As advisers to U.S. mayors and other public officials through the Daniel Rose Fellowship.
- In their communities through District Councils.