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304 When Public Agencies Collide 10.14.13 Portland, OR
Start Date: 10/14/2013
End Date: 10/14/2013
No. of Days: 1 day
Course Level: Intermediate
CEU Credits: 8.00
Class Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
· Early Registration (on or before 9/14/13): Member: $250.00 / Non-Member: $315.00 (includes $35 facility fee)
· Standard Registration (on or after 9/15/13): Member: $300.00 / Non-Member: $365.00 (includes $35 facility fee)
Sponsored By: Chapter 3
Course Description: C304 When Public Agencies Collide
A. Roland, SR/WA – CEO, Roland Resources, Inc.: is a
celebrated leader in the Public Land Acquisition Industry, driving large scale
infrastructure projects. Ms. Roland has
managed & completed over $200 million in voluntary land transactions,
acquiring and/or preserving over 110,000 acres of public land in the State of
Washington alone. These projects
resulted in the development of over 200 miles of trails and 1000’s of acres of
preserved land in the Northwest. Faith is an expert on Rural Airport
acquisition and relocations projects, and Conservation and Mitigation programs.
She understands managing complex projects requiring multiple funding sources,
balancing the laws and requirements of city, state and federal agencies. Ms. Roland has been involved in Right of Way
since 1994, and is a former Project Manager and Acquisition Supervisor for
public land acquisitions within King County, WA. In 2010 Faith established Roland Resources,
Inc, bringing creative solutions to public infrastructure projects. Faith
served as the 2008-09 International President of the IRWA, the gold standard
for Right of Way Professionals with more than 10,000 members worldwide. She has
twice received Professional of the Year awards from her home IRWA chapter.
Faith serves on the Bellevue Parks and Community Services board and Light Rail
Best Practices Committee, and other local causes. She is a member of Commercial Real Estate
Women and Women Transportation Symposium. Faith enjoys traveling to remote
North American villages, is an advocate for women’s outdoor issues, and is a
certified fly fishing instructor. She
has lived in Washington for 39 years and currently resides in Bellevue, with
her husband Rich, a Seattle attorney.
SW Logan St.
CLASS FACILITY LOCATION:
Radisson Hotel Portland Airport
6233 NE 78th Court
Portland, OR 97218
Phone: (503) 408-3672
Please contact the Course Coordinator for suggestions regarding local hotel accommodations.