My Profile in Voyage LA

Published August 2, 2019

Today we’d like to introduce you to Sandra Kulli.

Sandra, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I was born in LA in 1947. My dad was born in Highland Park in 1919. I grew up here, went away (college, work), then came back and fell in love all over again it’s wackiness and embodiment of the experimental observations Reyner Banham noted in his classic 1970’s book, Los Angeles, The Architecture of Four Ecologies. (more)

My profile in Ageist Magazine

Published July 16, 2018

I’ve done a lot of traveling lately, speaking to audiences on the east coast and in Switzerland about all of you and the inspiration I draw from this community. That word has never really been about one group or demographic for me; indeed, we work with millennials, champion the work of artists in their early 20s, and soak up as much knowledge as possible from both. More

MIT Symposium on Longevity

Published January 24, 2018

My session at the MIT AgeLab Symposium on Longevity.

Food and Placemaking

Published November 13, 2017

Visit to learn more about the food hall movement

PCBC 2017 Hall of Fame

Published July 13, 2017

A short snapshot of my career from PCBC 2017 Hall of Fame Awards

You Can Design Community

Published March 21, 2017

As an advocate of thoughtful design and innovative problem-solving, I share my story and experience in this podcast including the 5 steps for building community well-being.

Listen to the podcast here

The National Western Center Visioning Retreat

Published January 23, 2017

PCBC 2016 – Art Meets Metro

Published July 13, 2016

Knight Cities Podcast: Sandra Kulli on creating community

Published May 1, 2016

“How do you create a sense of community in a brand new development? It’s a question Sandra Kulli, a real estate marketing strategist, has been wrestling with for years. She is president of Kulli Marketing, and we had a chance to catch up recently in Todos Santos, Mexico, the site of one of her newest projects, Tres Santos. It’s a project that could have been a typical resort on the Pacific, but the developer chose instead to forego gates and golf courses to reach for an authentic connection to the people in this small Mexican town.”

“This week on Knight Cities, Sandra and I talk about what people want out of community today and how to deliver it.”


Published April 12, 2016