Please welcome Jack Tiebout,
ULI Colorado’s newest staff member!
Jack joins ULI Colorado as a Senior Associate, responsible for planning and managing ULI Colorado events as well as communicating with Colorado’s leaders in responsible land use.
Jack brings an array of experiences to ULI. Upon graduating from Tulane University in 2012 with a double major in English and Psychology, Jack founded Faubourg Farms, an urban farming business that used straw bale gardens to give New Orleanians with poor soil quality the opportunity to grow their own vegetables. Jack’s farm was a tenant partner at The ReFresh Project, a healthy lifestyle hub and catalyst for the Mid-City neighborhood in New Orleans.
Jack’s experience working with planners, architects, and developers to bring The ReFresh Project to fruition inspired him to pursue a Master’s degree in Community and Regional Planning at the University of Texas-Austin, where he focused on sustainable economic development and worked in economic development consulting.
When he’s not at ULI’s offices, Jack can be found shooting hoops, brewing beer, reading, or frolicking in the mountains with his dog, Quincy.
Say hi to Jack anytime! You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.