ULI Philadelphia: March Member Series

When

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020
8:30am - 10:00am EDT

Where

Fitler Club Will open in a new window 24 S 24th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 UNITED STATES

Pricing

Standard Pricing Until March 22 Members Non-Members
Private $50.00 N/A
Public/Academic/Nonprofit $40.00 N/A
Retired $50.00 N/A
Student $25.00 N/A
Under Age 35 $35.00 N/A
This is a Member Only program
Online registration is available through March 22, 2020
Please pre-register
If space allows, onsite registration is available for an additional $15
Join us at the Fitler Club’s Back Bar for the next ULI Philadelphia Members-Only Breakfast, a regular opportunity for members to engage directly with the content and ideas generated by leaders serving on product councils, advisory service panels and other ULI thought leadership programs.

Hear from Allison Schapker, Director of Capital Projects, Fairmount Park Conservancy and her work with ULI and the 10-Minute Walk Campaign as a National Study Visit on Parks and Open Space panelist in Camden, NJ.

Formatted as an intimate conversation, the morning will begin with breakfast and networking before transitioning to our featured presenter, sharing their work and insights. Guests will have the opportunity for Q&A, and tickets are limited, to ensure a lively exchange between attendees and the presenter.

Fitler Club 24 S 24th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 UNITED STATES

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Speakers

Speaker

Allison Schapker

Director Capital Projects, Fairmount Park Conservancy

Allison Schapker joined the Fairmount Park Conservancy in June 2018. As Director of Capital Projects Allison works with partners to deliver dynamic and inspiring projects in our parks and recreation spaces. Trained as an architect and landscape architect, Allison brings over 15 years of experience working with mission-driven organizations to author a place-based vision that inspires investment and maximizes impact. Allison has worked on parks projects in Louisville, Baltimore, and London. Previously she led the planning and design of Lower Venice Island, a waterfront park and stormwater management site in Manayunk. Most recently she worked with Arizona State University on a transformation of the football stadium into a year-round Community Union. She has a Masters in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati and is a member of the Urban Land Institute. Allison’s interest is to connect infrastructure, ecology and design with the people, programs, and finances that will sustain them. In her spare time, you might find her riding an old police horse named Garth along the Wissahickon.