More than 30 internationally-renowned real estate industry leaders have been elected to four-year terms as ULI Global Governing Trustees, while numerous other industry luminaries have been added or reappointed to the Institute’s Global Board of Directors and regional executive committees.

ULI previously announced the appointment of Diane Hoskins, co-CEO of Gensler, as the ULI’s new global chair. Hoskins and the new and reappointed members of the Institute’s governing bodies are serving terms that began July 1.

“These industry leaders know the vital role ULI plays in creating community among real estate professionals, sharing knowledge and best practices to address complex challenges, and driving transformative impact in communities worldwide,” said Ron Pressman, ULI Global CEO. “Their guidance and expertise will enable ULI to better serve our members and more effectively shape cities of the future that our kids and grandkids will be proud to call home. I’m grateful for their dedication to advancing ULI’s mission and further extending our reach and impact.”

“I’m honored to serve as ULI’s global chair and to welcome these leading industry figures who share our vision of strengthening the real estate sector and building healthy, sustainable, and more equitable cities,” said Diane Hoskins, ULI Global Chair. “ULI is driving thought leadership and best practice across the real estate industry to solve the most pressing challenges of today and tomorrow. As members of ULI, we know we are stronger when we come together and use our collective knowledge and expertise to make a difference in the communities we serve.”

The Global Board of Directors, which is ULI’s principal governing body, provides strategic direction in conjunction with the executive committees for the Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific regions. The board will continue to guide ULI’s work to connect a global network of interdisciplinary real estate professionals, share knowledge and expertise to solve the most pressing land use challenges, and advance the Institute’s mission priorities to drive impact in communities worldwide.

Newly joining the Global Board as an at-large member is Nathalie Palladitcheff, president and CEO, Ivanhoé Cambridge, Montreal, Canada. Reappointed members are ULI Secretary Anne Kavanagh, CEO, Telford Homes, London, United Kingdom; ULI Treasurer Amy Price, president, BentallGreenOak, San Francisco, California; and at-large member Kristina Raspe, vice president, global real estate and facilities, Apple Inc., Cupertino, California.

They join current board members and ULI leaders incoming ULI Global Chair Diane Hoskins, co-CEO, Gensler, Washington, D.C.; immediate past ULI global chair Peter Ballon, global head of real estate, CPPIB, Toronto, Canada; ULI Americas Chair Clare De Briere, executive vice president, Skanska USA, Los Angeles, California; ULI Asia Pacific Chair Khoo Teng Chye, Director, NUS Cities, and practice professor, College of Design and Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore; ULI Europe Chair Lars Huber, CEO, European Region, Hines Europe Ltd., London, United Kingdom; ULI Foundation Chair Faron Hill, president, Peregrine Oak, Atlanta, Georgia; at-large members Daryl Carter, chairman and CEO, Avanath Capital Management, Irvine, California; Benjamin Cha, founder and chair, The Seradac Foundation, Hong Kong; Franz Colloredo-Mansfeld, chairman and CEO, Cabot Properties, Boston, Massachusetts; Hala El Akl, senior director of ESG and operations, Oxford Properties, London, United Kingdom; Jonathan Geanakos, Holland Partners Group & Sculptor Diversified REIT, Boston, Massachusetts; Roy March, CEO, Eastdil Secured, New York, New York; Kavindi Wickremage, partner, Bain Capital, Boston, Massachusetts; and ULI Global CEO Ron Pressman.

To review a full list of ULI’s Global Board of Directors, click here.

The Global Governing Trustees reflect the diverse and global composition of ULI’s membership, with representatives from the Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific. They are nominated by the Global Board of Directors and subsequently elected to four-year terms by the Institute’s full members. Each candidate’s ULI activity and participation, in addition to industry leadership, are among the criteria considered for nominations.

The new and re-elected Global Governing Trustees are Patricia Bandeira Vieria, head of EMEA real estate, client partner group, KKR, London, United Kingdom; Nicolas Bearelle, co-founder and executive chairman, Re-Vive, Gent, Belgium; Chungha Cha, co-founder and chair, Re-Imagining Cities, Seoul, South Korea; Magdelene Chua, real estate partner and assurance transformation leader, PwC, Singapore; Anar Chudgar, managing director, head of income and hrowth, Artemis Real Estate Partners, New York, New York; Peter Denton, chief executive, Homes England, London, United Kingdom; Anna Duchnowska, managing director, investment management, Europe, Invesco Real Estate, Warsaw, Poland; Sarah Fleury, partner, Goodwin Procter, Paris, France; Gordon Hatton, vice president, head of development & delivery, Colt, Tokyo, Japan; Edward Henley, principal and project executive, Pillars Development LLC, Nashville, Tennessee; Tyler Higgins, managing partner, Orchard Partners, Lafayette, California; Yoshihiro Hirokawa, senior managing director, senior executive managing officer, Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan; Lars Huber, CEO, European region, Hines Europe Ltd., London, United Kingdom; Bill Hughes, global head of real assets, legal and general investment management, London, United Kingdom; Anne Kavanagh, CEO, Telford Homes, London, United Kingdom; Yu Kawamata, managing director, Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing, Tokyo, Japan; Allison Lynch, Los Angeles, California; Roy March, CEO, Eastdil Secured, New York, New York; Leroy Moore, senior vice president/COO, Tampa Housing Authority, Tampa, Florida; Alfonso Munk, Chief Investment Officer Americas, Hines, Houston, Texas; Sara Neff, head of sustainability, LendLease, Santa Monica, California; John Pattar, partner & head of real estate Asia, KKR Limited, Central, Hong Kong; Onay Payne, managing director, Lafayette Square, New York, New York; Galyna Permyakova, director real estate development, PATRIZIA SE, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Christian Schmid, member of the board of managing firectors, Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thuringen, Frankfurt, Germany; Kenichiro Suzuki, Japan head, SOM, Tokyo, Japan; Alberto Valls, managing partner, real estate, Deloitte Financial Advisory, Madrid, Spain; Emma West, partner, Bousfields, Toronto, Canada; Kavindi Wickremage, partner, Bain Capital, Boston, Massachusetts; Sylvester Wong, vice president, strategies and development, AECOM, Taguig City, Philippines; Douglas Wu, executive director, Fairland Holdings Ltd., Hong Kong; and Yutaro Yotsuzuka, representative corporate executive officer, executive vice president, Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan.

To review a full list of ULI’s Global Governing Trustees, click here.

Several real estate leaders also joined the executive committees that oversee ULI activities in each of the three regions where the Institute is active.

New members of the Americas Executive Committee are Andre Brumfield, principal, Gensler, Chicago, Illinois; Kelli Lawrence, CEO, Onyx+East, Indianapolis, Indiana; Riki Nishimura, principal, Populous, San Francisco, California; and Justin Pattner, partner, head of RE equity, Americas, KKR, San Francisco, California. Reappointed members are Fernando Costa, assistant city manager, Fort Worth, Texas; and Greg West, CEO, ZOM Living, Dallas, Texas. To review a full list of committee members, click here.

New members of the Asia Pacific Executive Committee are Susheela Rivers, head of real estate AP, DLA Piper, Hong Kong; Rohan Sikri, senior partner, The Xander Group, Singapore; and Sylvester Wong, vice president, AECOM, Philippines. Reappointed members are Jean de Castro, CEO, ESCA Inc., Philippines; Scott Dunn, head of strategy and growth AP, AECOM, Singapore; Phil Kim, managing director, Jerde Partnership, Hong Kong; Stuart Mercier, managing partner, head of Asia (Real Estate), Brookfield Asset Management, Shanghai, China; Junho Pok, co-CEO, IGIS Neovalue Asset Management, Seoul, South Korea; Jon Tanaka, senior managing director/country head, Hines, Tokyo, Japan; Benett Theseira, Managing Director, Head of AP, PGIM, Singapore; and Tim Wang, Co-President of Logistics and Industrial Real Estate, GLP China, Shanghai, China. To review a full list of committee members, click here.

New members of the Europe Executive Committee are Daniel Benighaus, partner, Greenburg Traurig, Berlin, Germany; Mark Collins, chairman, residential CBRE Limited-UK, London, United Kingdom; Eric Donnet, CEO, Groupama Immobilier, France; Karim Habra, head of Europe and co-head of Asia Pacific, Ivanhoe Cambridge, Paris, France; Marie Hunt, head of research, IPUT Real Estate, Dublin, Ireland; Annette Kroeger, CEO Europe, PIMCO, Frankfurt, Germany; and Christian Schede, co-Chair, global real estate practice, Greenberg Traurig, Berlin, Germany. To review a full list of committee members, click here.