Rachel MacCleery

Senior Vice President, Urban Land Institute, United States

Rachel MacCleery is senior vice president at the Urban Land Institute (ULI), where she leads the organization's Building Healthy Places Initiative and other programs. Under Building Healthy Places, Ms. MacCleery is spearheading ULI's efforts to leverage the power of its global networks to shape projects and places in ways that improve the health of people and communities. The initiative is working to advance understanding of, and action on, connections between the built environment and health. Ms. MacCleery has extensive knowledge of land use, environment and sustainability, social equity, and infrastructure policy and practice issues. She speaks Mandarin Chinese and lives in Washington, DC. Ms. MacCleery has a Master's degree in public administration and urban and regional planning from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University.