|Under Age 35||$10.00||$15.00|
You will be asked to complete an application regarding about your program goals after registration. Please look for the link in your confirmation email.
Refunds can be issued up to 48 hours prior to the first event on March 5, 2021.
ULI Philadelphia is excited to announce a new mentorship training program to engage professionals at every level—senior level leaders and emerging professionals—in making meaningful relationships and deepening efforts and skills to support one another in the industry. The goal of the four-part series is to teach participants how to utilize the mentor/mentee relationship in growing a network, identifying and attaining professional goals, and helping to foster a diverse and representative next generation of real estate professionals.
The series will mix instruction from experienced speakers with interactive coaching to teach both mentees AND mentors how to employ the mentorship framework throughout their careers with an opportunity to directly connect to a mentor/ mentee relationship, with an emphasis on bridging gaps in diversity in the industry. At the end of the series, mentees and mentors will be encouraged to develop and share elevator pitches in a virtual round robin. While formal matches will not be made unless upon request, participants will gain the skills and confidence needed to make their own strategic, value-based matches for future development.
The series will be facilitated by Clayton Mitchell, SVP Real Estate and Facilities, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals and include guest presenters Rame Hemstreet, VP for Operations and Chief Sustainable Resources Officer, Kaiser Permanente and Dominique Casimir, VP Real Estate and Facilities, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals.
Series Schedule (9:00-10:30am)
- March 5: Starting with the Why
- March 12: with Rame Hemstreet
- March 19: with Dominique Casimir
- March 26: Virtual Round Robin
Registration will require participants to complete an application regarding their program goals. Participation in all 4 events is included and highly encouraged for both mentors and mentees. Space will be limited. If you are experiencing a financial hardship and would like to participate in this program, please reach out to Kelly Cary, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attendees are also encouraged to attend another upcoming ULI program, 'Walking the Talk on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion' with Herman Bulls, Vice Chairman, Americas, JLL. Registration is separate.
Clayton (Mitch) Mitchell Senior Vice President, Real Estate and Facilities Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health “Mitch” joined Jefferson from Kaiser Permanente Health Plan, where he served in various capacities for eight years, to include Executive Director, National Facilities Services Colorado and Mid-Atlantic States, and most recently, Vice President (Interim) Facilities Operations. Kaiser Permanente is an integrated managed care organization with more than 12 million members, 200,000 administrative employees, 18,000 physicians, 51,000 nurses, and $80 billion in annual revenues. For Jefferson, Mitch provides the leadership of facilities service delivery and public safety for a 15 million square foot portfolio comprised of 14 hospitals, a university with two main campuses, and research labs. He is charged with leading corporate transformation of real estate, facilities, and public safety and 400+ staff distributed across five divisions. He also develops creative and fiscally responsible plans for execution of Jefferson real estate and facilities strategies, to include sustainability, digital transformation within real estate and facilities, capital program delivery, and real estate portfolio management and to meet the growing needs of Jefferson. Raised in San Mateo, California, Mitch earned his Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo, and his Master’s in Civil Engineering, with a concentration in Construction Management, from the University of California at Berkeley. He has also completed executive management studies at both the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth and the Harvard Business School. He completed a 25-year career as a U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps officer prior to transitioning to the healthcare industry delivering over $7B in facilities projects and services across the facilities spectrum to include planning, design, construction, real estate, operations, and maintenance. Mitch served in various challenging assignments to include Director, Maintenance, Transportation, and Utilities at the U.S. Naval Academy; Operations Officer for Naval Mobile Construction Battalion SEVENTY FOUR based in Gulfport, Mississippi; Navy Legislative Fellow to Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott; Executive Assistant to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Navy, Installations and Facilities; and Commanding Officer, Naval Mobile Construction Battalion FORTY based in Port Hueneme, California and which deployed to New Orleans, Louisiana (Hurricane Katrina); Okinawa, Japan, and; Fallujah, Iraq. More recently, he was the Operations Officer for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command in Washington, D.C., Project Executive for the $1B expansion of the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center at Bethesda, Director Navy Energy Coordination Office and, Executive Director of Public Works Business Line for Navy Facilities Engineering Command. In this last role, Mitch and his team provided global facilities support and services for 80 global Navy and Marine Corps installations that included 31,000 buildings, 100 airfields, and 22 hospitals. Mitch is both a registered professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia and Certified Energy Manager.