Urban Land Institute has named Nathalie Palladitcheff, president and CEO of Ivanhoe Cambridge, as the newest member of its 18-person global board of directors, the non-profit research institute announced last month.
Ms. Palladitcheff had been elected a global governing trustee of ULI Americas last year, which is a much larger group with up to 200 members that elect the board of directors. The board of directors is ULI's principal governing body.
"I'm delighted and honored to join the Urban Land Institute's Global Board of Directors!" Ms. Palladitcheff said in a statement.
Ivanhoe Cambridge is the C$77 billion ($57.3 billion) real estate subsidiary of the C$424.2 billion Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec, Montreal.
"As we strive to act as a catalyst and advocate for our industry's transformation, we are proud to celebrate Nathalie Palladitcheff ... joining the Urban Land Institute's Global Board of Directors as an at-large member," Ivanhoe Cambridge said in a separate statement.
She joins three other ULI members who were reappointed to the board: ULI Secretary Anne Kavanagh, who is CEO of property developer Telford Homes, London; ULI Treasurer Amy Price, who is president of real estate manager BentallGreenOak, San Francisco; and at-large member Kristina Raspe, who is vice president for global real estate and facilities at Apple Inc., Cupertino, Calif.
ULI had already announced in May that another board member, Diane Hoskins, co-CEO of architecture and design firm Gensler, is the new global chairwoman of the Urban Land Institute.