PathStone will celebrate the extraordinarily productive careers of Susan Ottenweller and Julie Everitt on May 30, 2013 with a Luncheon and Symposium at the Hyatt Regency Rochester (125 E. Main Street, Rochester, NY 14604).
The afternoon will begin with a celebratory luncheon at noon and will be followed by a symposium where we will explore ways in which we can ensure that, one day, every person will have an affordable home in a vibrant community and the opportunity for a good life.
12:00 - 1:30 pm Luncheon
2:00 - 4:00 pm Symposium
4:00 - 5:00 pm Reception/Cash Bar
Tickets for this event are $50. You are welcome to join us for the whole afternoon or for whichever portion of the event that you can attend. Click here to visit on the online registration page.
We also invite you to contribute to the newly-established Ottenweller/Everitt Community Development Fund.
Senior Vice President of Real Estate Development
Ms. Ottenweller has over 35 years of experience in community/economic development. She oversees the affordable housing development in all PathStone’s markets. Previous employment includes management positions in government agencies and non-profit community development organizations. She holds a master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning and advanced certificates from both management and economic development training programs. She is a Certified Property Manager through the Institute of Real Estate Management, and was selected for and completed Harvard’s first fellowship on Achieving Excellence in Community Development.
Senior Real Estate Developer
Ms. Everitt has over 35 years of experience in housing development and planning. She formerly served as Community Development Manager for Monroe County, and Housing Development Specialist for the City of Rochester. She designed and implemented the City’s award-winning Home Expo Program which built 100 single-family, affordable homes in four years. She has developed housing through a number of programs including the LIHC, Mobile Home Cooperative program, and state and federal housing programs. Julie holds a master’s degree from the Maxwell School, Syracuse University.