Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I’m writing with the bittersweet news that my final day with ULI Colorado will be Tuesday, April 10. I’ll be starting at Denver University’s Sturm College of Law at the beginning of August, and will take a few months to spend time with family, travel, and prepare for my next step.
I plan to stay involved with land use throughout my education and afterwards, and hope to study different sectors of land use law before identifying a concentration. When I began working for the amazing team at ULI Colorado, I was new to the Denver community and land use generally. I owe each ULI member a huge thank you for your knowledge, patience, and dedication, and look forward to working with you all in the future. I owe an especially large thank you to my teammates here at ULI, Michael Leccese, Sarah Franklin, Marianne Eppig, and for a short time, Jack Tiebout. I will always treasure the lessons they have taught me and the experiences that we have shared together. Thank you for your mentorship.
I’ll miss our Lower Downtown Office and everything that comes with it, but most of all I’ll miss the incredible ULI Colorado membership. Luckily, Denver is a small, tight-knit community, and I look forward to remaining in contact with you all over the coming years. Please stay in touch! My personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org.