Get Involved

ULI Arizona is a member-led organization committed to providing high-quality programs and projects for Arizona’s land use and real estate professionals. Members can get involved by attending local events or by becoming active with one of our local committees.

Get Involved

Ever wondered how you can get more involved in the local ULI Arizona District Council, or how to make the most of your ULI membership?  Join us for a Member Orientation Breakfast at Fennemore Craig, 2394 East Camelback Road, Suite 600, from 7:30 am to 9:00 am on September 26, December 14, March 20, and June 7.

AzTAP (Arizona Technical Assistance Panel)

The Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) committee draws from ULI Arizona’s seasoned professional membership base to provide expert, multidisciplinary advice to public agencies, nonprofit organizations, and universities facing complex land use and real estate issues throughout Arizona.


Community Plan is a public officials educational curriculum for planning, zoning, real estate development, housing, public finance and infrastructure, transportation, and economic development. Click through the pages below to learn more about the Community Plan collaborative partners.


The Community Initiatives Committee is under development. Stay tuned for more information.


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The Membership committee strives to improve the quality of ULI membership experience, improve retention, expand membership, increase membership diversity and understand the needs and wants of members.


The mission of ULI NEXT Arizona is to provide high-value, relationship-driven small groups to connect mid-career professionals committed to intentional long-term leadership and support for peers.



The Programs committee facilitates relationship building and career advancement among  members through high-quality educational programs. We offer over 30 programs per year, which are developed and coordinated by our committees.


UrbanPlan is an academically challenging classroom-based curriculum that gives high school and university students and opportunity to discover how market and non-market forces in their community effect what can be approved, financed, built and tenanted. The UrbanPlan committee enables the success of the program by working closely with high school educators, growing the volunteer base, and evaluating and improving the curriculum.


The Arizona Women’s Leadership Initiative mission is to further the visibility and advancement of women throughout ULI and the real estate industry.


The Young Leaders Group creates opportunities for young professionals under the age of 35 to develop skills and build relationships that will help advance their careers and foster an understanding of thoughtful development practices. Our seasoned members support and encourage the next generation of land use leaders by providing mentorship and insight into their career plan.