ULI Idaho – Designing Great Cities
Join the ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative for a discussion uncovering the elements of design underlying the cities and places we love, and how those principles can be used to design great cities.
Taking both a global and local perspective on the topic, we’ll hear from Seattle-based landscape architect Dakota Keene. A panel of local experts will follow, exploring how design influences local transportation, public art and culture, social equity, and safety. We’ll finish the afternoon with a networking hour with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.
Keynote: Dakota Keene, Associate Principal, ASLA, LEED AP BD+C, Mithūn
Dakota participates in thoughtful, sustainable spacemaking to mutually benefit her clients and the community. As a landscape architect, she focuses on cultural, corporate, and residential projects, assisting communities in defining a framework that provides a forum for participation. Dakota’s work integrates the innate processes of nature, art, and science with the goal of achieving a flourishing environment.
Local Panel Includes:
Kelli Badesheim, Executive Director, Valley Regional Transit
Karen Bubb, Cultural Planner, Boise City Dept. of Arts & History
Nora Carpenter, President and CEO, United Way of Treasure Valley
Alison Tate, Operations Support Commander, Boise Police Department
Ellen Campfield Nelson, AICP, Principal / Owner, Agnew::Beck
Private industry member: $25 / Non-member: $35
Public industry member: $20 / non-member: $30
Under 35 member: $20 / non-member: $30
Student member: $20 / non-member: $30