Season Four Teaser | Where We’ve Been + Where We’re Going
After our summer hiatus, Leading Voices in Real Estate returns for its fourth season. To kick it off, host Matt Slepin shares the current trends of listeners and the direction for the new season. He also reflects on some of his favorite moments from the series that include:
- The episode with Lisa Picard, CEO of EQ Office, and how she demonstrates that there are no limits for women on how far they can take their careers.
- A two-part episode with Ron Terwilliger, former CEO of Trammell Crow Residential, where he walks through the entirety of his influential career and his lasting impact on the real estate industry. A big portion of the conversation is on affordability, a common topic of this podcast that we see in other episodes like Bobby Turner, Daryl Carter, and Jonathan Rose.
- In the final interview of season three with Larry Webb, founder and CEO of The New Home Company, he concluded with the statement “homebuilding is a noble enterprise” and Matt and Larry shared a discussion on what that means for the real estate industry
Also, with the start of the ULI Fall Meeting in Washington, DC, we are rebroadcasting our episode with Global ULI CEO Ed Walter, who had a 35-year career experience in the industry before leading the organization.
Episodes will be released the first and third Mondays of every month, with our first full interview of the season on October 7 with Peter Linneman, so mark your calendars!
Ed Walter | From Running a $19B REIT to Leading ULI (Rebroadcast)
With the start of the ULI Fall Meeting in Washington, DC, we are rebroadcasting our episode with Global ULI CEO Ed Walter, who had a 35-year career experience in the industry before leading the organization. Learn more about his career trajectory as you head to and from one of the largest meetings in the real estate industry. Here’s a little bit more about Ed:
Ed Walter, was named Global CEO for the Urban Land Institute (ULI) in June of 2018. Ed had a 35-year career in the industry prior to joining ULI, the headline of which was his 20 years at Host Hotels & Resorts, formerly known as Host Marriott, of which the last 9 years he spent as its CEO. Now as the leader of ULI, Ed discusses the changes and challenges that the organization faces, as well as its mission in representing the voice of thoughtful development out in the world. The real estate industry is all about helping create sustainable and vibrant cities and places to live, work, and play. ULI plays a crucial role in articulating and promoting that message and aspiration.