Valley Partnership has opened applications for the next class of ADVOCATES. This leadership program meets monthly for in-depth learning sessions with content experts around the Valley to learn more about how the development industry.
The program will focus on the “Modera Era of Mixed Use Development” and this theme will be included in each program day. Topics will include what a developer considers in identifying viable land, assemblage and acquisition, working with government entities on zoning entitlements, financing, buyer research, land planning, architecture, interior space planning and design, home building, branding and project marketing, and how it all fits together in our new economy. This year’s program will be led by Valley Partnership Board of Director Member, Brandon Dillingham, Director of Arizona Development, Hines. Participants should work in and around all aspects of real estate or development.
What: Valley Partnership ADVOCATES program is a 9-month long leadership development program focused on issues around the development community. It was created exclusively for members 35 years of age and under. The program is limited to 25 participants and Valley Partnership anticipates more applications that positions in the program.
When: Applications will be accepted through August 25, 2017. The Advocates Class of 2017-18 will begin in September 2017, ends in June 2018, and includes monthly events.
Cost: The total cost of the program is $350.
Applicants can get more information by contacting Carrie Martin, Vice President, Events and Membership at 602.266.7844.