AIA Baltimore 2022 Resource Guide

BALTIMORE CHAPTER 2022 Directory & Resource Guide THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS GENERAL INFORMATION 5 Welcome Our New Executive Director 6 President’s Message 6 About AIA Baltimore 7 Chapter History 8 Strategic Plan 8 Mission Statement 10 Annual Programs 10 2022 Committee Chairs and Meeting Schedule BOARD OF DIRECTORS 12 2022 Board of Directors 17 Past Presidents 18 Regional Representatives 19 Maryland Representatives 20 AIA Maryland Board of Directors 21 Staff SPONSORS AND FOUNDATIONS 22 Annual Sponsors 23 College of Fellows 23 The Baltimore Architecture Foundation 24 2021 YEAR IN REVIEW - ANNUAL REPORT 26 AIA CODE OF ETHICS 27 Why You Should Hire an Architect 28 How Do You Find the Right Architect? 30 20 Questions to Ask Your Architect 31 The Steps Involved in Design and Construction: What to Expect 32 Selecting an Architect 35 INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS 61 ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS 73 ALLIED PROFESSIONALS ADVERTISERS 84 Alphabetical Index of Advertisers PUBLISHED FOR The AIA Baltimore Chapter 100 North Charles Street, Suite P-101 Baltimore, MD 21201 p. 410.625.2585 For information regarding advertising, please contact us at or 800.572.0011 x8005. PUBLISHER’S NOTICE: No part of this publication may be copied, reproduced, or transmitted in any other form or by any other means, electronic or mechanical, to any information storage or retrieval system without the expressed written consent of the AIA Baltimore. Any use other than for what it was intended, or reproduction of materials in the publication, must be with written consent of the AIA. While every effort has been made to avoid mistakes in this publication, the publishers, AIA, and their agents assume no liability whatsoever to anyone for any error or omission or for any damages of any kind which may arise from the publication or use of this directory. Please contact the AIA office at 410.625.2585, so that we can make the necessary changes to our database. PUBLISHED BY E&M Consulting, Inc. p. 800.572.0011 The Baltimore Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIA Baltimore) was chartered in 1871 and celebrated 150 years in 2021. AIA Baltimore serves as the voice of the architecture profession in central Maryland. With membership consisting of architects, emerging professionals, educators, and allied professional members, AIA Baltimore strives to advance the profession and demonstrate the value of architecture and design to clients and communities across our region. 4 |

2022 Directory & Resource Guide | 5 General Information AIA Baltimore AIA Baltimore has selected Lauren Bostic Hill, Assoc. AIA, as its next Executive Director, effective March 14, 2022. In that role, Hill will also serve as Executive Director for the Baltimore Architecture Foundation and provide management services for the Maryland Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. “We are thrilled to welcome Lauren as our next Executive Director,” said Laura Wheaton, AIA, 2022 AIA Baltimore President. “Her thoughtful leadership and broad experience in practice, engagement, and administration will be instrumental in realizing the potential at our new Center.” The Center for Architecture and Design, opened in October 2020, now serves as a high-profile, visible space to showcase the important role of architectural practice and design, and as a dynamic hub to engage professionals, students, and the public. In addition to AIA Baltimore, The Baltimore Architecture Foundation, and Maryland ASLA, it is also home to four local non-profit organizations: Baltimore Heritage, Charles Street Development Corporation, the Baltimore Chapter of National Organization of Minority Architects (Bmore NOMA), and Urban Land Institute: Baltimore Chapter. Hill has been at Maryland Institute College of Art for over four years, most recently as Associate Director of International Student Services. Hill said of her new role, “I am honored to join AIA Baltimore, BAF, and Maryland ASLA as Executive Director. As the organizations celebrate significant anniversaries and milestones, it is the perfect time to create synergies between them. Baltimore has a rich history of engaged architecture and design professionals, and I return to this community with a renewed perspective on the profession. I am excited to work with members to support the needs of the architectural community and elevate the presence of the Center for Architecture and Design. The Center is well poised to serve as a space to engage the public. I look forward to creating new opportunities for professional growth and promoting the organizations as stewards of the built environment in the greater Baltimore community.” She holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia, a Master of Architecture and a Master of Urban Planning from the University of Michigan, and a Master of Arts in Intercultural Communication from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Hill previously served on the AIA Baltimore Board of Directors as an Associate Director, was a Mid-Atlantic Regional Associate Director, and a member of the AIA Board Diversity & Inclusion Council. Hill was selected by a search committee chaired by 2022 AIA Baltimore Immediate Past-President Scott McGovern, AIA, with representatives from all three organizations she will now help lead. She succeeds Kathleen Lane, AIA, who departed after nearly a decade with the chapter to become the Managing Director for Sustainability and Resilience at AIA National. Hill will assume her new role on March 14, 2022. WELCOME OUR NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Lauren Bostic Hill, Assoc. AIA 2022 Executive Director, AIA Baltimore

Welcome to the 2022 Directory, a resource to connect you with architects and architecture across central Maryland. This directory provides a complete listing of the AIA Baltimore chapter membership, Board of Directors, chapter staff, and committees. AIA Baltimore is the sixth oldest chapter in the United States, having just celebrated our 150th anniversary in 2021. On behalf of AIA Baltimore and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF), we invite you to join us in 2022 at the Baltimore Center for Architecture and Design, a 4,500 square foot exhibition venue and meeting space in downtown Baltimore. Home to programs from AIA Baltimore, BAF, and our six co-tenants, The Center is a new way for the public and the professions to engage in architecture and design. In 2022, we will continue to leverage the accessibility offered by virtual programs while increasing our in-person opportunities for collaboration, conversation, and networking. Thank you to the staff, volunteers, and donors from the architecture and design community for your ongoing commitment to The Center and its events and programming. With your support, we are poised to realize the full potential of this exceptional new facility. The Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, AIA Baltimore, celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2021. It was founded in 1871 to improve and promote the practice of architecture through continuing education and its code of ethics and professional responsibility. Since its founding, membership and activity in the Baltimore Chapter has grown and changed. Today, the chapter consists of over 1,300 architect, emerging professional, and allied members, united to promote the profession in the Baltimore metropolitan area. The chapter’s professional educational programs and outreach efforts have expanded. Committees have multiplied and broadened to provide professional knowledge-sharing and networking focused on specific areas of practice, as well as across disciplines in the design and construction industry, and to offer resources for architects at all career levels. AIA Baltimore strives to demonstrate the value of architecture and design to the public and to communities across our region. Laura Wheaton, AIA, LEED AP bd+c 2022 President, AIA Baltimore 6 | General Information AIA Baltimore PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE ABOUT AIA BALTIMORE Laura Wheaton, AIA, LEED AP bd+c 2022 President, AIA Baltimore

The profession of architecture came into being during the third quarter of the 19th century. Before then, the “master builder”—Godefroy, Latrobe, or Mills—or the “carpenter-designer” created buildings. In 1857, the National AIA was founded in New York by Richard Upjohn and others, including E. G. Lind and John Rudolph Niernsee of Baltimore. After the paralysis caused by the Civil War, prominent architects organized local AIA chapters in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, and Cincinnati. Founded in 1871, the Baltimore Chapter of The American Institute of Architects is among the oldest in the country. The constitution, written by its founders, stated that “the objects of the chapter are to unite in fellowship the architects of the city, and to combine their efforts so to promote the artistic, scientific, and best ethical standards of the profession.” The practitioners and firms composing the early chapter were from two basically different generations of architects as well as architectural styles. Some had studied traditionally at noteworthy European schools, others began as draftsmen in local offices. Together they created an organization capable of facing the future and the 20th century. In recent years, membership and activity in the Baltimore Chapter have grown and changed. AIA Baltimore has responded to individuals’ professional needs, and to evolving architectural practice. Whether promoting the values of the profession with the public, or providing advocacy with Baltimore City, surrounding counties, and the Maryland State Assembly, our Chapter has made important achievements on behalf of all fellowmembers, architects, and allied professionals in the region. Recently, the chapter headquarters has moved to One Charles Center for the creation of the Center for Architecture and Design. The Center will be AIA Baltimore and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation’s new headquarters and will provide collaborative administrative and program space for allied professional industry, advocacy, and education organizations, including Baltimore Heritage, Inc., the Baltimore Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (Bmore NOMA), the Baltimore Chapter of the Urban Land Institute (ULI Baltimore), the Maryland Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA Maryland), the Maryland Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA Maryland), and the Charles Street Development Corporation. The Center will also include flexible program and gallery space and a small retail space for books on Baltimore architecture. AIA Baltimore has given rise to two significant organizations: The Neighborhood Design Center in 1968 and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation in 1987. We revel in their success and contribution to the quality of the built environment and to public education and scholarship on Baltimore’s architectural legacy. As of January 1, 2014, the Baltimore Architecture Foundation began a new chapter in its life with a renewed affiliation with AIA Baltimore. BAF remains a separate entity and continues as the Baltimore Architecture Foundation. The affiliation of AIA and BAF will strengthen and clarify the roles of each organization to promote and serve the architectural profession and to provide public outreach and education on the value of architecture and design in Baltimore. 2022 Directory & Resource Guide | 7 General Information AIA Baltimore AIA BALTIMORE CHAPTER HISTORY

This Strategic Plan is a stepping point and tool for our chapter to use as we continue to support initiatives to increase knowledge, advocacy, and public outreach. A separate Action Plan has been developed in support of the goals outlined in the Strategic Plan. The Action Plan is to serve as a living, breathing document and be evaluated and updated throughout the years of this Strategic Plan. AIA BALTIMORE STRATEGIC PLAN AIA Baltimore inspires and empowers architects and designers throughout the Baltimore region to engage with communities to improve society and transform the world through the built environment. We drive positive change through the power of design and focused activism. MISSION STATEMENT: We drive positive change through the power of design and focused activism. 8 | AIA Baltimore Strategic Plan

• Advance Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion within the profession and built environment • Develop The Center for Architecture and Design as a new cultural institution for the design community and the public • Advocate at the local level on key issues including climate change and impacts of the built environment • Provide exemplary Core Member Services AIA BALTIMORE STRATEGIC PLAN GOALS 2022–2024 2022 Directory & Resource Guide | 9 AIA Baltimore Strategic Plan

• 5 0-60 Professional Meetings and Educational Programs Each Year • C ontinuing Education Seminars • E ducational Programs in: AIA Contract Documents, Building Codes and Standards, Building Envelope and Enclosure, Design Excellence, Education Facilities (K-12), Environment and Sustainability, Equity, Future Architects Resources, Health and Wellness in Design, Historic Resources, Professional Practice and Management, Residential Design, Resiliency, Technology in Practice, and Urban Design • F uture Architects Resources (FAR) Middle School and High School Outreach and Career Mentorship, and FAR Scholarship for Community College, Undergraduate, and Graduate Students. • S pring Lecture Series and Design Conversations • A llied Members Programs and Networking • E merging Professionals Programs and Resources: “Achieving Registration Together” ARE Prep Workshops, Hands-on Masonry Workshop, and other Materials and Technology Workshops and Tours, Mentorship Program, CivicLAB Leadership Development Program, and Annual Photo Contest • D esign Excellence Awards Competitions, Presentations, and Public Traveling Exhibitions • B altimore Architecture Month Public Outreach and Education Programs • M organ State University School of Architecture + Planning Undergraduate Research/Travel Scholarship and Presentation • A nnual Business Meeting/Board Elections and Holiday Party • B i-Monthly Gallery and Bookstore Exhibits and Openings • Golf Outing • G ingerbread House Design Competition AIA Baltimore (paper documents only) AIA Baltimore | Center for Architecture & Design One Charles Center 100 North Charles Street, Suite P-101 Baltimore, MD 21201 410.625.2585 x104 Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.–5:00 p.m. or by appointment. National AIA (electronic format documents only) The American Institute of Architects 1735 New York Avenue NW Washington, DC 20006 800.242.3837/202.626.7300 AIA Contract Documents may be obtained from: We encourage all members to get involved and join a committee! Please contact the committee chair(s) for information and to confirm meeting times. ALLIED PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEE meets every 2nd Thursday, 12:00 p.m. Co-Chair: Shante Fields Andana Consulting Co-Chair: Gustavo Tovar Schluter Systems BUILDING ENCLOSURE COUNCIL – BALTIMORE meets periodically Co-Chair: Kevin Day, AIA Living Design Lab Co-Chair: Justin Iovenitti New Ecology COMMITTEE ON ARCHITECTURE FOR EDUCATION meets every 4th Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. Co-Chair: Laura Smyles, AIA Grimm + Parker Co-Chair: Lauren Myatt, AIA Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects 10 | General Information AIA Baltimore AIA BALTIMORE ANNUAL PROGRAMS 2022 COMMITTEE CHAIRS AND MEETING SCHEDULE

COTE (Committee on the Environment)/Resiliency meets every 4th Tuesday at 6 p.m. Co-Chair: Ben Roush, PE-ME, FPE FSi-Engineers Co-Chair: Úrsula Fernández del Castillo, AIA Gensler DESIGN AWARDS meets every 2nd Wednesday at 8:15 a.m. Co-Chair: Eric Lowe, AIA Design Collective Inc. Co-Chair: Kevin Miller, Assoc. AIA Ayers Saint Gross DOORS OPEN BALTIMORE meets every 2nd Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. Chair: Keith Mainhart EMERGING PROFESSIONALS meets every 1st Monday at 6 p.m. Co-Chair: Charlston Britton, Jr., Assoc. AIA BCT Design Group Co-Chair: Wadiah Akbar, Assoc. AIA Quinn Evans EQUITY meets every 2nd Thursday at 12:00 p.m. Co-Chair: Sarah Eikrem, Assoc. AIA Quinn Evans Co-Chair: Ryan Eubanks, Assoc. AIA brennan+company architects FELLOWS meet periodically. Chair: Tom Liebel, FAIA Moseley Architects Chair: Suzanne Frasier, FAIA Morgan State University FUTURE ARCHITECTS RESOURCES (FAR) meets every 2nd Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. Co-Chair: Lauren Meister Marshall Craft Associates Co-Chair: Melonee Quintanilla Ayers Saint Gross GOLF OUTING meets seasonally. Co-Chair: Erik Baiamonte, AIA Ammon Heisler Sachs Co-Chair: Christine Simeone Kohler HEALTH AND WELLNESS IN DESIGN meets every other 3rd Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. Co-Chair: David S. Watts, AIA MCA Architecture Co-Chair: Heather Rustici Jeffrey Brown Contracting, LLC HISTORIC RESOURCES COMMITTEE (HRC) meets every 3rd Tuesday at 5 p.m. Co-Chair: Lili Mundroff, Assoc. AIA brennan+company architects Co-Chair: Rob Brennan, AIA brennan+company architects LECTURE SERIES meets periodically. Co-Chair: Randy Sovich, AIA RM Sovich Architecture Co-Chair: Kelly Danz, AIA Ziger|Snead PRACTICE MANAGEMENT meets every 3rd Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. Chair: Rosalie Tilghman, AIA Ayers Saint Gross URBAN DESIGN meets every other 4th Wednesday at 6 p.m. Co-Chair: Sam Lynch, Assoc. AIA Ci Design Co-Chair: Ren Southard, Assoc. AIA Baltimore City Planning Department Check out knowledge committees on to sign up today! 2022 Directory & Resource Guide | 11 General Information AIA Baltimore

2022 PRESIDENT Laura Wheaton, AIA, LEED AP bd+c Ayers Saint Gross Architects 1040 Hull Street, Suite #100 Baltimore, MD 21230 410.347.8500 Laura Wheaton, AIA, LEED AP bd+c is a Senior Associate with Ayers Saint Gross where she serves as a project manager for campus planning initiatives. She is an architect and planner experienced at coordinating cross-disciplinary efforts and building consensus among diverse stakeholders. Laura’s involvement with AIA started in Chicago, where she participated in the inaugural year of the AIA Chicago Bridge Program. She co-led the Chicago Chapter of Architecture for Humanity from 2011-2012. Since moving to Baltimore, Laura became involved with AIA Baltimore CivicLAB, the AIA Baltimore Urban Design Committee, and the AIA New Urban Agenda Task Force. She spent six years managing the Baltimore Community Design Works program at the Neighborhood Design Center and contributed to the criteria for the Social Equity Design Award, which debuted as a joint initiative in 2018. Laura holds a Bachelor of Architecture summa cum laude from Virginia Tech. PRESIDENT-ELECT Martina Reilly, AIA Moseley Architects 1414 Key Highway, 2nd Floor Baltimore, MD 21230 410.539.4300 Martina Reilly, AIA, is a registered architect at Moseley Architects. Over her ten years of design experience, Martina has worked on multi-family, educational, and retail projects in new construction and renovation. Martina is a graduate of the University of Maryland where she graduated cum laude in Architecture with a citation in art. Martina has been a member of AIA Baltimore since 2005. She was one of the first to graduate from the CivicLAB program in 2012. She helped AIA Baltimore win the National AIA Disaster Response grant to establish the AIA Baltimore Disaster Assistance Committee and train Maryland architects in disaster assessment. She herself is a trainer for the Safety Assessment Program and continues to promote disaster preparedness and resiliency through her work with AIA Baltimore COTE + Resiliency, where she serves as committee co-chair. Martina is an active volunteer for the Neighborhood Design Center, having worked on over ten different volunteer projects over the years. She also cofounded and served as chapter leader for the Baltimore Chapter of Architecture for Humanity from 2011–2015. Martina was awarded Community Architect of the Year in 2014 for her work with AIA and continues to be active in the Baltimore community. SECRETARY Ryan Jordan Pfarr, AIA Johns Hopkins University Facilities & Real Estate 3910 Keswick Road, Suite N-3100 Baltimore, MD 21201 410.539.4300 Ryan Jordan Pfarr, AIA, has been active in AIA Baltimore committees since moving to Baltimore and joining the architectural community 12 years ago. For most of that time he has been active on the Spring Lecture Series committee, helping with the graphics, promotion, and speaker selection. After stepping away from that committee, he got involved with organizations such as USGBC. In 2015, as chair, he brought the Green Schools Conference to Baltimore for the USGBC Maryland chapter. After hosting a successful conference, he engaged with AIA Baltimore committees, specifically the COTE | R committee, where he has assisted in programming and planning efforts. TREASURER Madhuri Subramaniam, AIA STV Inc. 7125 Ambassador Road, Suite #200 Baltimore, MD 21244 410.281.2989 Madhuri Subramaniam, AIA, holds a bachelors degree in Architecture from Mumbai University, India, and has been working in the United States for the past 14 years. During those years she has developed design and technical skills in a wide range of projects in both architecture and interior design, including residential, educational/institutional, and commercial projects. Madhuri chaired the Emerging Professionals committee from 2006–2009, served as Associate Director on the AIA Baltimore Board between 2008–2009, and was awarded the Distinguished Service Award from the chapter in the years 2006 and 2009. Recently, Madhuri served as the co-chair of the Canstruction committee and successfully hosted the 2017 event at BWI airport. She has also been on the AIA Baltimore Excellence in Design Awards Committee since 2005. 12 | 2022 BOARD OF DIRECTORS AIA Baltimore Board of Directors

PAST PRESIDENT Scott McGovern, AIA Design Collective, Inc. 601 East Pratt Street, #300 Baltimore, MD 21202 410.685.6655 Scott A. McGovern, AIA, LEED AP BD+C is a senior associate at Design Collective where he serves as a project manager for a wide range of project types, including K-12 Education, multi-family/mixed use, retail/commercial, and student housing. He has a Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech, from which he graduated in 1990. Scott has been actively involved in AIA Baltimore since 2010, upon joining the Design Awards Committee where he served as co-chair. He had previously served on the Board of the Baltimore Chapter Building Congress & Exchange, and as President of the Building Congress & Exchange Foundation. He is also active in the Anneslie Community Association, the historic Baltimore County community where he lives with his wife and their twin sons, and in Boy Scout Troop 102. DIRECTOR Lori Wood Lessem, AIA L2 Design Studio, LLC 610 Regester Avenue Baltimore, MD 21212 443.301.9334 Lori Lessem, AIA, is the founding principal of L2 Design Studio and has over 25 years of experience in award-winning architecture and interiors. Lori has worked on projects from the initial concepts through final move-in, bringing a creative approach and passion to each phase. Her experience includes art galleries, athletic complexes, student centers, college/ university and K-12 projects, corporate interiors, and custom residential. Lori is an active AIA Baltimore member and served as co-chair of the AIA Baltimore Equity committee. Lori is committed to supporting the growth of the profession and has served on the NCARB ARE 5.0 committee for the last two years. Trey Shamer, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is a Senior Associate at Moseley Architects with over 15 years of experience in a wide variety of project types. With a focus on senior living, Trey has provided design solutions for many local continuing care communities as well as several national owners and developers, including master planning services for entire senior living campuses. He graduated summa cum laude from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Architecture. Active in the Baltimore community, he currently serves on the Board of Directors of AIA Baltimore, previously served as the Co-Chair of the Emerging Professionals Committee, and has been a volunteer for the Neighborhood Design Center. He was also among the first graduates of the AIA Baltimore CivicLAB program. DIRECTOR Martin Marren, AIA Marren Architects 8 W West Street Baltimore, MD 21230 443.708.9501 Martin Marren, AIA, founder and principal of Marren Architects, Inc., has over 25 years of experience designing affordable, new, and newly renovated housing. He has served as Principal-in-Charge and lead design architect for fullblock historic renovations and infill developments throughout Baltimore and the surrounding area and has designed large, multi-family, mixed-use, and adaptive reuse projects in Baltimore and Atlanta. Marren’s work has been published in the Baltimore Business Journal, Chesapeake Home + Living, and the Baltimore Sun’s Dream Home section. He has designed assisted-living facilities, co-working spaces, private homes, apartments, condominiums, and natatoriums, winning recognition for design excellence and historic preservation. In 2017, Marren won a Historic Preservation award from Baltimore Heritage for the renovation of twenty rowhomes in the footprint of the 88-acre East Baltimore Redevelopment Project. In 2020, Marren won recognition from AIA Baltimore for the Greenspring Valley Residence. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School and chairs the Facilities Committee. Marren is accredited by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and is licensed in Maryland, Georgia, and New York. DIRECTOR Tilghman “Trey” Shamer, AIA Moseley Architects 1414 Key Highway, 2nd Floor Baltimore, MD 21230 410.539.4300 2022 Directory & Resource Guide | 13 AIA Baltimore Board of Directors

DIRECTOR Lee Hyden, AIA The H. Chambers Company 1800 Washington Boulevard, Suite #111 Baltimore, MD 21230 Lee Hyden, AIA, LEED AP is co-chair of the AIA Baltimore Practice Management Committee. She is a principal and firmwide Director of Architecture for the H. Chambers company (dba Chambers), a Baltimore-based planning, architecture, interior design, and procurement firm specializing in private clubs, communities, and related hospitality markets. With over 20 years of experience in various aspects of architecture and interior design, Lee has managed and designed a variety of projects across the east coast and abroad. Lee holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master of Architecture from Catholic University. Lee has also been a guest lecturer at Virginia Tech and Virginia Commonwealth University. Lee is an accomplished speaker and has presented at numerous industry events and conferences, including Architecture Exchange East and NeoCon Chicago where she addressed topics of “Integrated Project Delivery” and “Bridging the Gap” between architecture and interior design. DIRECTOR Melanie Ray, AIA Hord Coplan Macht 700 East Pratt Street, Suite #1200 Baltimore, MD 21202 Melanie is an Associate in the Housing/Mixed-Use studio at Hord Coplan Macht in Downtown Baltimore. A resident of Baltimore City, she is active in the design community and various neighborhoods of the city. Outside of her project-related work at HCM, she is an active member of the Social Responsibility and Student Engagement Committees and volunteers with the Neighborhood Design Center. Melanie received her Bachelor of Architecture Degree from the Pennsylvania State University in 2015 with a minor in Geography, which was followed by the completion of the Urban Design Regional Employment Action for Minorities (UDREAM) Program at Carnegie Mellon University. Her leadership experience spans various organizations and activities, including her current position as the Northeast University Liaison for the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) and a founding member, vice president, and treasurer of its Baltimore chapter (Bmore NOMA). As a member of the Emerging Professionals and Equity Committees, Melanie continues to cultivate her skills as an architect and assist others on the path to licensure. DIRECTOR Gabriel Kroiz, AIA Morgan State University/Kroiz Architecture 1700 East Cold Spring Lane Baltimore, MD 21251 410.499.7571 Gabriel Kroiz, AIA, founder and principle of Kroiz Architecture, has over 25 years of experience as an architect, builder, and educator. As an architect, Kroiz’s experience includes awardwinning projects in the US and Asia. As a builder, he has focused on small, detail-intensive projects which allow for a high level of research and experimentation with materials and their application. In 2008, Kroiz joined the School of Architecture and Planning at Morgan State University as its first Program Director working to achieve the school’s missions of providing access to the design professions for underrepresented minorities and performing research focused on the redevelopment of Baltimore and the surrounding region. He has contributed to research about Morgan in the areas of design pedagogy and campus design. In 2017, he was co-recipient of the ACSA Diversity Achievement Award for Morgan’s Beginning Design Pedagogy and this program has risen nationally to number two in the production of Black Undergraduate Architects. EMERGING PROFESSIONAL LIAISON Samuel Lynch, Assoc. AIA Ci Design, Inc. 1000 Lancaster Street, Suite #430 Baltimore, MD 21202 410.384.4244 Sam brings 6+ years of experience to the Ci team including single-family residential, mixed-use, performance venues, and public safety projects. His experience taking projects through construction administration informs his preliminary design process. He prides himself as a generalist, able to contribute to different project types in a variety of roles. In addition to Sam’s professional experience, he is an active member of the community serving as Co-Chair of AIA Baltimore’s Urban Design Committee. In this role, he has spoken at AIA National and to the Baltimore City Department of Planning on the topics of community-based design and stakeholder engagement. He injects this experience into his professional work to consider often forgotten stakeholders in the design process. Sam recently contributed to the frontend design of a variety of projects as well as carrying Westview Promenade through construction documentation. 14 | 2022 BOARD OF DIRECTORS AIA Baltimore Board of Directors

ALLIED MEMBER LIAISON Malindi Lankatilleke Southway Builders Baltimore, MD 21230 410.332.4134 Malindi came to the United States in 2000 after growing up around the world and developing a passion for cities and community development. She holds a Bachelor of Science in architecture and master’s degrees in both architecture and urban and environmental planning from the University of Virginia. She has worked for a variety of firms including architectural design, nonprofit community development, and construction management. Over the past six years, she has been a Project Manager for Southway Builders and has worked on a variety of historic properties through adaptive reuse and managed the construction of a multitude of multifamily residential units throughout Baltimore City and the greater metropolitan area. Malindi also volunteers with the Women’s Committee of ABC (Associated Builders & Contractors, Baltimore Chapter) and more specifically with the annual career day for young women. More recently, Malindi was accepted into the Greater Baltimore Committee’s (GBC) Next Up Program which provides networking, resources from various industries, and mentorship opportunities. ALLIED MEMBER SHADOW Gustavo Tovar Schluter Systems 888.472.4588 x4935 Gustavo E. Tovar, AIA, comes from a multi-cultural family, born in 1978. He is from a Russian father and a Venezuelan mother who met in Europe in the 60s. His education has taken place in several countries including Italy, Russia, Venezuela, and Unites States. He has a degree in International Business and after a few years in the USA, he completed a 3-year Interior Design degree at MICA (Maryland Institute College of Arts). Overall, Gustavo Tovar has been in the Architectural and Design and Tiling industry for approximately 17 years. Currently, he is the Architectural and Design Manager for the Mid-Atlantic at Schluter Systems. NOMAS LIAISON Dulcey Nettey NOMAS Morgan State University, School of Architecture + Planning AIAS LIAISON Fatoumata Thiero, AIAS Morgan State University, School of Architecture + Planning Fatoumata Thiero is an honor student at Morgan State University, School of Architecture and Planning. She is on her last year of undergraduate program, and will be getting her Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Environmental Design. She is currently serving as the president of the Morgan State Chapter American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS). She participated in many volunteering programs with AIA Baltimore. Her love for people and design shaped her goals. Fatoumata’s primary goal in life is to become a licensed architect and have a degree in urban/city planning in order to design communities in need. Ashley Morand is a graduating senior architecture major at the illustrious Morgan State University. Hailing from her hometown of Hillside, New Jersey, Ms. Morand’s career goals are to have a career in architecture and urban planning. With knowledge in both disciplines, she plans to enable disinvested and low-income communities. She also plans to earn up to a doctoral degree in urban planning. She hopes to start her own firm and conduct research internationally to expose herself to thousands of years of history and development. AIAS LIAISON Ashley Morand, AIAS Morgan State University, School of Architecture + Planning 2022 Directory & Resource Guide | 15 AIA Baltimore Board of Directors

Calvin McCargo, Jr. is the founding member and president of DesignHAND Architects. He has a Master of Architecture degree from Morgan State University and over 16 years of experience in the architectural field. Mr. McCargo has a love and passion for architecture and people. His personal goal is to help create an accessible practice that can become a household name known for excellent and inspiring architecture focused on community empowerment and development. Tom Liebel, FAIA, LEED Fellow, is a vice president with Moseley Architects and has been involved in integrating sustainable design principles into a variety of ground-breaking adaptive-use and affordable-housing projects over the past twenty years, with these projects recognized with multiple awards for design, smart growth, sustainable design, and historic preservation. Elevated to Fellowship to both the AIA and USGBC in 2011, Tom is involved in ongoing research exploring the relationship between sustainability, preservation, and urban design, with an emphasis in the use of urban adaptive-use projects to promote neighborhood revitalization and civic engagement. Tom served two terms as Chair the Maryland Green Building Council, serves on the Maryland Advisory Council for Historic Preservation, Chairs Baltimore City’s Commission on Historical and Architectural Preservation, and served as the 2020 Moderator for the American Institute of Architect’s Strategic Council. Suzanne Frasier, FAIA, is an Associate Professor at Morgan State University’s School of Architecture and Planning, where she has been a faculty member since 2005. Suzanne served as AIA Baltimore Chapter President in 2019 and was active in the establishment of the Center for Architecture and Design. She was elevated to the College of Fellows in 2017 and has been serving as Baltimore Fellows Committee co-chair since 2020. FELLOWS LIAISON Suzanne Frasier, FAIA University of Morgan School of Architecture & Planning 1700 East Cold Spring Lane, Suite #104 Baltimore, MD 21251 410.539.4300 BMORE NOMA LIAISON Calvin McCargo, Jr., AIA, NOMA, NCARB DesignHAND ARCHITECTS 200 East Pratt Street, #4100 Baltimore, MD 21202 443.540.5565 FELLOWS LIAISON Tom Liebel, FAIA Moseley Architects 1414 Key Highway, 2nd floor Baltimore, MD 21230 410.539.4300 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Lauren Bostic Hill, Assoc. AIA AIA Baltimore | BAF | MDASLA Executive Director 100 North Charles Street, Suite P-101 Baltimore, MD 21201 410.625.2585 x101 16 | AIA Baltimore Board of Directors

1946 T. Worth Jamison, Jr., AIA (Deceased) 1948–1949 Henry P. Hopkins, FAIA (Deceased) 1950–1951 Charles M. Nes, Jr., FAIA (Deceased) 1952–1953 Howard G. Hall (Deceased) 1954–1955 Francis H. Jencks, FAIA (Deceased) 1956–1957 L. McLane Fisher, FAIA (Deceased) 1958 Paul L. Gaudreau, AIA (Deceased) 1959 Archibald Rogers, FAIA (Deceased) 1960 Van Fossen Schwab, FAIA 1961 David H. Wilson, AIA (Deceased) 1962 Alexander S. Cochran, FAIA (Deceased) 1963 Grinnell W. Locke, FAIA (Deceased) 1964 James R. Edmunds, III, AIA (Deceased) 1965 Kelsey Y. Saint, AIA (Deceased) 1966 W. Boulton Kelly, AIA (Deceased) 1967 Allen C. Hopkins, AIA (Deceased) 1968 James Stephenson, AIA (Deceased) 1969 James Campbell, AIA (Deceased) 1970 Thomas G. Jewell, AIA 1971 Hamilton Niles, AIA (Deceased) 1972 John R. Orrick, AIA (Deceased) 1973 Harold Lynn Adams, FAIA, RIBA 1974 Richard C. Donkervoet, FAIA (Deceased) 1975 H. Parker Matthai, AIA (Deceased) 1976 N. David O’Malley, AIA 1977 Gilbert D. Cooke, AIA 1978 James R. Grieves, FAIA 1979 Phillip W. Worrall, AIA 1980 James A. Colimore, Jr., AIA 1981 Paul J. Marks, AIA 1982 Mark H. Beck, AIA 1983–84 Barbara E. Wilks, FAIA 1985 W. McNeill Baker, AIA (Deceased) 1986 Michael E. Bolinger, FAIA 1987 Walter G. Schamu, FAIA 1988 Albert W. Rubeling, Jr., FAIA 1989 David H. Gleason, FAIA 1990 Adam Gross, FAIA 1991 Edward M. Hord, FAIA 1992 Steven G. Ziger, AIA 1993 Glen A. Tipton, FAIA 1994 John J. DiMenna, AIA 1995 Kurt Haglund, AIA 1996 Glenn Birx, FAIA 1997 Julie Wilson, AIA 1998 Magda Westerhout, AIA 1999 Frank Lucas, AIA 2000 Debra Phillips, AIA 2001 Alan E. Reed, FAIA 2002 Chris Parts, AIA 2003 David Segmiller, AIA 2004 Gordon Ingerson, AIA 2005 James Determan, FAIA 2006 Mahendra Parekh, AIA 2007 William Gaudreau, Jr., AIA 2008 Peter Doo, FAIA, LEED AP 2009 B. Lee Driskill, III, AIA 2010 Alan J. Brock, AIA, LEED AP 2011 Ruth Connell, AIA 2012 Kathleen Starghill-Sherrill, AIA, LEED AP 2013 Scott Vieth, AIA, LEED BD + C 2014 Thomas A. Liebel, FAIA, LEED Fellow 2015 Robert Brennan, AIA 2016 Anthony Consoli, AIA, LEED AP 2017 Sharon Day, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 2018 Ann Powell, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 2019 Suzanne Frasier, FAIA, NOMA, ASID, CID 2020 Scott Walters, AIA 2021 Scott A. McGovern, AIA 2022 Directory & Resource Guide | 17 AIA Baltimore Past Presidents PAST PRESIDENTS

Brenden Frederick, AIA LEED AP Maryland Representative (2019–2022) Brenden Frederick is an Associate Principal with Becker Morgan Group. He has been with the firm for 14 years and is a registered architect in Maryland and Delaware, holds a National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Certification, and is a LEED Accredited Professional. He has extensive experience in educational, public safety, healthcare, manufacturing, and multi-family projects, including serving as Project Manager on the Johnson Controls/Middletown Distribution Center and the new Datwyler Pharmaceutical plant, both located in Middletown, DE, and numerous projects with Nanticoke Health Services in Seaford, DE, and Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, MD. Brenden holds a Master and Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University. He is an active member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) including service as the 2017 AIA Maryland Chapter President and Chesapeake Bay Chapter Director. He also serves as a member of the Salisbury Historic District Commission, and is President elect of the Rotary Club of Wicomico County. Kaitlyn Badlato, AIA AIA Young Architect Regional Director (2021–2022) Kaitlyn Badlato is an architect in the HKS Washington, DC office. In addition to her new role as the Mid-Atlantic Young Architects Regional Director, Kaitlyn currently serves as the past chair of the AIA|DC Equity Committee by WIELD and the J.E.D.I. Champion of the HKS Washington, DC office. Her ambition to empower others and impact the AEC industry is evident in her dedication to help produce events like the WIELD Event, a night of storytelling from diverse industry leaders, and Our Forum, Our Impact, a series of conversations on social justice and systemic racism in partnership with DC NOMA, AIA|DC LA. IDEA, and AIA|DC AADU. As an architect, medical planner, and researcher at HKS, Kaitlyn has provided design services and benchmarking documents that add value for clients and inform both the decision making and evaluation process throughout the life of a project. She enjoys working with clients and users to create inclusive healthcare environments that provide comfort and create a sense of belonging for all staff, patients, and families. She was selected as the 2016 HKS Health Fellow, a program for talented recent graduates to conduct a research project of their choice in the healthcare field. Her research has focused on developing a robust benchmarking practice for HKS Health. Kaitlyn holds a Master of Architecture and Master of Construction Management fromWashington University in St. Louis. She received her Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia, where she also studied Urban & Environmental Planning and Global Sustainability. Courtney Morgan, Assoc. AIA, NOMA NAC Mid-Atlantic Regional Associate Director (2021–2022) Courtney Morgan, Associate AIA, NOMA has been working and living in Baltimore City for the past few years after receiving her degree from Morgan State University. In her career, she has strived to be a design leader who focuses on collaboration, empathy, diverse inclusion, and social impact. Additionally, Courtney has taken up the call to action by NOMA to help grow the number of minorities in the built environment profession. She actively advocates for opportunities for the next generation of architects through speaking engagements, one-on-one mentoring, guest critics for various architecture departments nationwide, and through k-12 STEM events. Courtney works at Hord Coplan Macht where she is part of the Senior Living Studio and various committees. She is also continuing her education at Johns Hopkins University, Carey Business School and Maryland Institute College of Art where she will receive a Masters of Business Administration with a focus in Leading Organizations and a Masters in Design Leadership with a focus in Social Impact. Through continuing her education, service, and community engagement, Courtney strives to make the architecture profession more inclusive, which she believes will lead to a more equitable and resilient future. 18 | AIA Baltimore General Information REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES

Dan Bailey, AIA Maryland Representative (2021–2023) Dan Bailey, AIA, an Iowa State University Architecture graduate, is Vice President, Architecture Mid-Atlantic, for PRIME AE Group, a nationally recognized A & E firm with 430 employees across nine states. Dan Bailey was a former founder and President of Penza Bailey Architects, a 40-year old Top-25 BBJ Architecture firm. Penza Bailey Architects was acquired by PRIME AE Group in 2021. Dan Bailey has successfully administered a diverse portfolio of complex institutional projects in both the public and private sectors. A few notable projects are the Baltimore City Public Schools Walter P. Carter Elementar/ Middle School, the Baltimore Youth Detention Center (AIA AAJ Award winner); Baltimore’s Port Discovery Children’s Museum; LoyolaNotre Dame Library; Howard University Health Sciences Library; the Conmy Performance Hall, Ft. Myer, Virginia, for the Secretary of Defense. Dan has served as a NAAB Accreditation teammember; is a Board Director and Past President for Manna House; a regional NonProfit Homeless Services organization; a Board Director for the Baltimore Hearing and Speech Agency, HASA; a Trustee at Lovely Lane United Methodist Church, the mother church of American Methodism; and for the past 11 years, served as Board Director and Past President for AIA Maryland. During his tenure with AIA Maryland, Dan Bailey has served on the Legislative Committee, and annually assists with legislative testimony before the Maryland General Assembly. Most importantly, Dan wrote the draft legislation for the reciprocity procurement legislation that was signed into law by Governor Hogan in 2018. Dan regularly speaks at national conferences and seminars for the American Correctional Association, the AIA’s Academy of Architecture for Justice, NFMT, and SMPS. Ashutosh Belgi, AIA, LEED AP Maryland Representative (2021–2023) Ashutosh Belgi is a principal architect at Colimore Architects with over 20 years of experience with institutional, healthcare, commercial and housing projects both renovation and new construction. Involved with all project phases, from schematic design to construction administration, leading to a depth of knowledge with the design process. MARYLAND REPRESENTATIVES 2022 Directory & Resource Guide | 19 AIA Baltimore General Information

20 | General Information AIA Baltimore PRESIDENT: Elizabeth Nook, AIA (AIA Baltimore) Revolve Design Shop AIA MARYLAND BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENT ELECT: Ashutosh Belgi, AIA (AIA Baltimore) Colimore Architects Jonathan Cartwright, Assoc. AIA BCT Design Group Christ Parts, AIA Hord Coplan Macht Chelsea Thomas, AIA Moseley Architects Martina Reilly, AIA Moseley Architects Daniel Bailey, AIA (alternate) Penza Bailey Architects, a Studio of Prime AE

PROGRAMS, RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS MANAGER Margaret Stella Melikian 410.625.2585 x103 Margaret Stella Melikian joined AIA Baltimore in March 2018, and is the Programs, Research & Publications Manager. She discovered Architectural History in college and graduated with her masters in Architectural History from the University of Virginia. Margaret interned with the City of Charlottesville before joining AmeriCorps and the National Parks Service to work preserving historic masonry. In her spare time, she hikes with her dog and volunteers with her husband at a potbelly pig sanctuary. COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER Olivia Miles 410.625.2585 x105 Olivia Miles joined the AIA Baltimore team in February 2020 as the communications manager. She first discovered her love of architecture as she was studying photography and painting at the Memphis College of Art in Memphis, Tennessee. As a city filled with buildings made by a mixture of Egyptian Revival and the luxuries of grand “old southern money,” it made for a field of study as quirky and colorful as she is. You would most likely find her at an art museum or behind a good book when she isn’t working. AIA BALTIMORE BOOKSTORE: 410.625.2585 2022 Directory & Resource Guide | 21 AIA Baltimore Staff AIA BALTIMORE STAFF

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The AIA College of Fellows seeks to stimulate a sharing of interests among Fellows, promote the purposes of the Institute, advance the profession of architecture, mentor young architects, and be of ever-increasing service to society. The College of Fellows, founded in 1952, is composed of members of the Institute who are elected to Fellowship by a jury of their peers. Fellowship is one of the highest honors the AIA can bestow upon a member. The Fellowship program was developed to elevate those architects who have made a significant contribution to architecture and society, and who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession. Elevation to Fellowship not only recognizes the achievements of the architect as an individual, but also elevates before the public and the profession those architects who have made significant contributions to architecture and to society at a national level. These are AIA Baltimore’s Fellows: Harold L. Adams, FAIA Laurin Askew, FAIA Luis C. Bernardo, FAIA Glenn W. Birx, FAIA Michael E. Bolinger, FAIA Gary A. Bowden, FAIA Leon Bridges, FAIA M. J. Brodie, FAIA Lee Coplan, FAIA James H. Determan, FAIA Frank E. Dittenhafer, FAIA Peter C. Doo, FAIA Suzanne Frasier, FAIA David H. Gleason, FAIA Amy L. Gould, FAIA Luanne G. Greene, FAIA James R. Grieves, FAIA Adam A. Gross, FAIA Anne Hicks Harney, FAIA John W. Hill, FAIA Edward M. Hord, FAIA Edward C. Kohls, FAIA Thomas A. Liebel, FAIA David Mayhew, FAIA Nikolaus H. Philipsen, FAIA Alan E. Reed, FAIA Charles H. Richter, FAIA Albert W. Rubeling, Jr., FAIA Walter Schamu, FAIA Van Fossen Schwab, FAIA Rebecca Swanston, FAIA Robert Tennenbaum, FAIA David V. Thompson, FAIA Glen A. Tipton, FAIA Bryce A. Turner, FAIA David G. Wright, FAIA Steve Ziger, FAIA The Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) celebrates design and the built environment. Launched in 1987, BAF encourages people to explore Baltimore architecture: to be mindful of the area’s history, recognize Baltimore’s architectural heritage, and appreciate its design innovations. Through its tours, lectures, educational programs for adults and kids, exhibitions, research, and publications, BAF demonstrates how ideas are manifested in the built environment and urban design of the city. Baltimore Architecture Foundation Programs • Doors Open Baltimore • Architecture Tours • Architecture Lectures • Virtual Histories • Baltimore Architecture Month • Golden Griffin, Roger Redden & Jim Dilts Awards • BAF/AIA Fellows Leadership Scholarship • Architectural Research • Publications • Groundhog Day Party • Monthly Newsletter • F uture Architects Resources (FAR)/Kids in Design-School education and outreach • Lunch with an Architect • Bookstore • Exhibitions • AIA Baltimore/BAF Gingerbread House Design Competition Lauren Bostic Hill, Assoc. AIA, Executive Director Center for Architecture & Design One Charles Center 100 North Charles Street, Suite P-101 Baltimore, MD 21201 410.625.2585 x101 2022 Directory & Resource Guide | 23 AIA Baltimore Sponsors and Foundations COLLEGE OF FELLOWS THE BALTIMORE ARCHITECTURE FOUNDATION