ULI Arizona News

Amy Malloy Awarded 2017 WLI Prologis Scholarship

The ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative is delighted to announce that Amy Malloy, ULI Arizona, is one of 10 recipients of the WLI Prologis Scholarship Program in connection with ULI’s Fall Meeting in Los Angeles, October 23-26, 2017.

Senior women at Prologis created the grassroots group Breakthrough that supports the retention of women and identifies and removes barriers to advancement for Prologis across the globe. Breakthrough’s goals resonate with those of WLI in that Breakthrough strives to create a work environment where women feel connected and empowered, while creating a business culture that offers opportunities for success and recognizes the value of a gender-diverse workforce.

The Scholarship program includes a complimentary registration to the Fall Meeting as well as up to $2,000 in travel expenses. At the Meeting, recipients will be hosted by senior WLI members at a Product Council as well as at all WLI branded Meeting events. Following the Fall Meeting, ULI will post major takeaways from each recipient’s experience.

Amy Malloy joined Evergreen in April of 2016 and manages retail development and redevelopment projects throughout Arizona, California, and Colorado.  Prior to Evergreen, Amy was Assistant Vice President of Development at Macerich.  During her almost ten years at Macerich, she managed projects throughout the Scottsdale-Phoenix Metropolitan Area, in Southern Arizona and in Northern Arizona, specifically concentrating on the entitlement and redevelopment/development of Scottsdale Fashion Square, Kierland Commons, Biltmore Fashion Park, and Arrowhead Towne Center. Malloy is a member of ULI and serves as Chair on the Arizona District Council’s AZ-Technical Assistance Panel (AZ-Tap) Committee, on the Women’s Leadership Initiative, as well as served on the 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, and on the current 2017-2018 Trends Day Committee.  Malloy holds a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Arizona, and a Bachelor of Arts from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN.

To view the full list of scholarship recipients, click here.

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