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ULI Washington 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award Dinner

Nov. 15, 2017  • Washington, DC

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ULI Washington has announced the date and location for its 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award Dinner. This year’s dinner will recognize Ronald D. Paul, Chairman, President, and CEO of Eagle Bancorp, Inc. and Chairman and CEO of EagleBank.

  • Who: Ronald D. Paul: Chairman, President, and CEO of Eagle Bancorp, Inc. and Chairman and CEO of EagleBank
  • What: 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award Dinner
  • Where: National Building Museum, 440 G Street, NW Washington, DC 20001
  • When: Wednesday, November 15th, 2017, 6:30pm-10:00pm

On Wednesday, November 15th ULI Washington will celebrate Mr. Paul’s contributions to the industry and to the Washington metropolitan area at our Lifetime Achievement Award Dinner. ULI Washington established the Lifetime Achievement Award to recognize a leader from the Washington real estate community whose life exemplifies the mission of ULI and who, in addition to a lifetime of commitment to real estate, has given back to the community through demonstrated civic, charitable and philanthropic endeavors. Having demonstrated a lifetime commitment to the highest standards of responsible development, Ronald D. Paul’s leadership and vision is evident across the Washington, D.C. region.

For a biography of Mr. Paul, click here. You can learn more about the Awards dinner by visiting: http://washington.uli.org/events/lifetime-achievement-award-dinner/

 

ULI Washington is a district council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a nonprofit education and research organization supported by its members. ULI’s mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. ULI Washington carries out the ULI mission locally by sharing best practices, building consensus, and advancing solutions through educational programs and community outreach initiatives. For more information, visit www.washington.uli.org.