Applications for Small Member Groups Open June 1
Apply for Local Member Councils, ULI NEXT, or Young Leaders Mentorship Forum!
Molly was born in Shreveport, LA, raised in Nashville, TN, and has very recently become a Texan. She’s a self-taught guitar player and singer-songwriter at heart, a superfan of historic architecture, and totally dog-obsessed. She attended the Culinary Institute of America in Napa Valley in 2010 and followed her love of authentic cooking and historic architecture abroad to Italy and Spain before returning to Nashville to build a private chef and catering company that spanned over 5 years. Post-pandemic, she transitioned her years in events and project management into a new career path of event management at Texas A&M and UT Austin School of Law. According to Molly, joining ULI has brought all of her passions and interests into one place – she is so excited to be involved in this important and impactful work.
With an early career focus on association management, Nicci has honed an expertise in communications with a degree from the University of Texas at Austin, after working for the Texas REALTORS® for fourteen years. As a trainer and support staff for a group of local boards of directors, she has helped leadership shine in their roles. She’s published leadership articles for REALTOR® Association Executive, a national trade magazine and served on staff committees within the organization at both the state and national level.
With diverse hobbies like roller skating, scale model building, and performing at Sherwood Forest Faire, there is rarely a dull moment. Nicci resides in Pflugerville, Texas with husband Jonathan and their dogs, Auggie & Caesar. She’s passionate about writing, exploring the world, and learning new things. A “Brat” (a term lovingly applied to the children of career service people) and a U.S. Army Veteran, Nicci grew up in Germany’s Military Community and spent her childhood hosting people and helping newly transferred families settle in. As a vet, Nicci gives back to her community by serving as a volunteer coordinator for the OP Veterans, a non‐profit organization committed to helping newly separated service members ease the weight of their military transition by finding new passion and purpose in the civilian world. She also volunteers with special event hosting at Pflugerville’s Three‐Legged Goat.
Here at ULI – Austin, Nicci looks forward to building rich and global tapestry of friendships and professional connections.