Colleagues say that Monica Jindia has an ability to build connections between people. “Being involved in the real estate community allows me to make connections, get engaged, and create networks to improve our communities,” she says.
“My network has helped my local community by being able to share best practices and to bring new and innovative ideas,” she says. “As a resident for over ten years, I am invested in and passionate about Philadelphia being a great place to live, work, and play.”
Jindia is a ULI trustee and is in line to serve as chair of ULI Philadelphia from 2017 to 2019. She has also served on the advisory board for Mural Arts Philadelphia, where she has been able to see her passions for the city take shape through transformative art since 2014. She holds leadership positions on several ULI committees and organizes a local networking group called Women in Real Estate (WIRE).
“I am involved in the real estate community also because I am committed to growing and mentoring the next generation of real estate professionals to ensure that our industry continues to recruit and retain great talent,” she says.