ATLANTA—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Nellie Shipley Sullivan is one of just 29 real estate development, planning, design, engineering, finance, and health professionals from across North America to be chosen for the third cohort of the Urban Land Institute’s ULI Health Leaders Network.

The ULI Health Leaders Network is designed to empower real estate and land use professionals with the skills, knowledge, and networks to improve health outcomes in their professional practice and communities. Activities the third cohort of Health Leaders will undertake include an introductory forum in Detroit, participation in a series of webinars instructed by leaders in land use and health, individual assignments that help inform themselves and other participants, and a closing forum during the 2020 Fall Meeting in San Francisco.

Nellie Shipley Sullivan has helped drive a broad variety of commercial real estate projects in over 20 years of practicing law. She has deep experience in corporate real estate, including portfolio management, expansions and relocations, and developer projects, including single-family, apartments and assisted living. She also assists clients with economic development incentives and other programs.