Leadership Connection with Molly Urbina
Leadership Connection Series, Session 10, featuring Molly Urbina, formerly of the Governor’s Resiliency and Recovery Office
Presented by the ULI Colorado Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI)
When: 7:30 – 9:00 am, Thursday, November 16
Where: Crash at KEPHART, 2555 Walnut St., Denver, CO 80205
The WLI Leadership Connection Series provides opportunities for leading woman in the commercial real estate industry to candidly share their career story, lessons learned and advice for future women leaders. Join this group of 25 ULI Colorado members to listen, learn and share. Click the “Register Now” button below to reserve your space! Registration is $25 for members and $40 for non-members. Breakfast is provided.
Come meet Molly Urbina, former Executive Director of the Governor’s Resiliency and Recovery Office
Most recently, Molly Urbina was appointed Executive Director of the Colorado Resiliency and Recovery Office by Gov. John Hickenlooper in February 2014. The Colorado Resiliency and Recovery Office leads the collaboration with our Federal Partners and Congressional Delegation along with cooperation from all our state agencies and local governments to streamline funds and flood recovery efforts to those in greatest need after the unprecedented flooding in September 2013.
In her role as Executive Director, Urbina coordinated with these partners to secure funding, developed long-term plans and prepare for Colorado’s unpredictable events that impact all parts of the state — leading the Governor’s mission to build Colorado back better and stronger from this historic flooding event and other disasters.
Prior to her time with the Governor, Urbina served as the Deputy Manager of Denver’s Community Planning and Development Department from 2005 to 2013. She oversaw the city’s planning and zoning functions encompassing broad city visioning and tactical plan implementation. She was integral in the drafting and enactment of the Denver form based zoning code, passed by Denver City Council in 2010.
Before her work with the City of Denver, Urbina spent much of her career in the construction and real estate development industry. She served as the director of government affairs for Oakwood Homes for seven years and as a consultant for CRL Associates handling government affairs and land use consulting for local and regional clients. Before her development experience, she worked for the Colorado Secretary of State’s office, where she became an expert in election law and regulatory statutes.
Urbina is a Denver native and enjoys giving back to the community through public service. She serves on the board of Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver.
Pricing: ULI Member | Non-Member
. $25 $40
Register in the link below.