St. Louis design/build project executive Ann Althoff, MCR, LEED AP, Associate DBIA, has been named chair of the Urban Land Institute – St. Louis District Council (ULI St. Louis).
Active in ULI locally and nationally for more than eight years, Althoff has helped advance the organization’s responsible land use mission by serving as treasurer, assisting with the organization’s educational programs, co-founding the Women’s Leadership Initiative, and representing ULI St. Louis nationally as chair for mission advancement. On a national level, Althoff is active in the Public-Private Product Council and is a founding member of the End-User Product Council.
In her corporate work, Althoff brings more than 30 years of experience in the real estate and design/build industry. She currently serves as a project executive at Clayco charged with identifying, nurturing and supporting new corporate, institutional and industrial design and construction ventures. Ann also provides client relationship and business development leadership for Forum Studio, the full-service design practice and wholly owned subsidiary of Clayco. Prior to joining Clayco, Althoff worked with HOK, as senior vice president in charge of strategy and business development, Pace Properties and Cushman Wakefield (formerly Cassidy Turley).
Althoff earned a masters degree in urban affairs from Saint Louis University and earned her business administration degree from Fontbonne University. She holds a masters in corporate real estate through CoreNet Global. Ann Althoff is a resident of Glendale, MO
With more than 220 members, ULI St. Louis unites thought leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.