Lance Gilliam is a partner at the Waterman Steele Real Estate Advisors. The firm is a Houston-based advisory and consulting firm providing market analysis, site identification and transactional support to firms and institutions wanting to serve clients, customers, and residents throughout the State of Texas. The firm’s scope of services includes a strong focus on community reinvestment including community engagement and governmental affairs. The firm and its principals also have a strong history of connecting its clients — public, private, and governmental entities — to achieve strong public – private partnerships especially in support of socially equitable investments. Lance has an undergraduate degree in Real Estate from SMU, a graduate degree in Urban Planning from USC Price, a former Ph.D. student at the University of Texas’ School of Architecture’s Department of Community and Regional Planning, and is currently in residence as a visiting scholar at the University of Texas’ LBJ School of Public Affairs. Lance formerly served as chair of the Houston Housing Authority’s [HHA] board of commissioners and is the immediate past chair of the Coalition for the Homeless Houston / Harris County [CFTH]. Both HHA and CFTH are nationally recognized for the impact on the communities they serve.
Wednesday, March 29, 2023
8:00am – 9:30am
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel, Salon 1-2 (Salon Level 2)
Homelessness in the U.S. is both a humanitarian and an economic crisis. Building upon the new ULI publication ‘Homeless to Housed,’ panelists will discuss how the real estate industry can be part of the solution by developing housing and programmatic spaces to support people experiencing homelessness. Building transitional and affordable housing, influencing policies and perspectives, […]