Iris Yung-Ching selected for 2020/2021 ULI Pathways to Inclusion Cohort
We’re excited to announce that Iris Yung-Ching Lin was selected to join ULI’s Pathways to Inclusion Cohort for 2020/2021.
Iris brings a wealth of experience in planning and landscape architecture for commercial, institutional, and municipal clients. Her recent projects include the award-winning Senator Joseph Finnegan Park at Port Norfolk in Dorchester, MA; the Dover High School in Dover, NH; Carver Elementary School in Carver, MA: and the Whittier Choice Neighborhood Development in Roxbury, MA.
This partnership between ULI Boston/New England, the Builders of Color Coalition, and African American Real Estate Professionals (AAREP) is designed to broaden ULI’s membership and expand the professional networks of minority developers and land use professionals.
“The mission of our Pathways to Inclusion Cohort is to provide individuals of color with an opportunity to learn, network, and grow their careers,” said Michelle Landers, Executive Director for ULI Boston/New England. “We strongly believe the program strengthens and fortifies our communities and the real estate and land use industries, as empowered, diverse voices at the table can lead to greater industry growth.”
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