A former US Treasury advisor, Robb LaKritz maintains concurrent responsibilities as founder and managing partner at LaKritz Adler Development and as chairman of LaKritz Holdings, LLC. Complementing his professional work, Robb LaKritz serves as a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI).
Over the last eight decades, ULI has emerged into one of the most influential real estate development and land use organizations in the world. Today, the Institute boasts a member-base of nearly 40,000 professionals who work in both the public and private sectors. Each of these individuals has the unique opportunity to take advantage of ULI’s numerous member benefits.
Anyone can engage with ULI as an associate member and become part of the organization’s largest group of affiliates. Though the organization does not offer its full range of benefits to these individuals, it still connects them with discounted educational events, opportunities to become Council leaders, and an exclusive list of online job postings.
ULI also offers a full membership bracket to those who work in the real estate and land industries. These professionals receive all associate benefits and more that help foster their career growth. In addition to extended leadership opportunities, full members receive the chance to mentor others in their field and present at prominent industry events.
Robb LaKritz, a reputable leader in law, real estate development, and investing, and leads LaKritz Holdings, LLC, as chairman and CEO. When he’s not busy investing through his international private equity fund, Robb LaKritz is involved in a variety of organizations, particularly the Young Professionals in Foreign Policy, of which he is a member.
Dedicated to helping young professionals gain the skills and knowledge to become foreign policy leaders, Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) offers a wide variety of benefits and unique professional opportunities to its members. Members are able to attend special events and the annual YPFP Affairs of State Gala. They can participate in weekly events with a focus on career development and global issues, and also have the opportunity to engage with current and future foreign policy leaders. The organization provides its New York and Washington, DC, members with access to regional discussion groups and public service opportunities, along with educational programming and access to published articles.
Members also receive a variety of valuable discounts through YPFP. The Churchill Centre offers a 25 percent membership discount, which includes preferred access to the Centre’s website, discounted rates for conferences, and a subscription to its journal. Additionally, YPFP members are given exclusive access to online case studies and lectures on global public management at Columbia University and receive a 50 percent discount on subscriptions to publications such as Diplomatic Courier and World Policy Journal. Further, members are eligible for several scholarships and discounts on services like the Princeton Review.