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Board

Samuel Lynch, Assoc. AIA

Associate Director

Sam brings 6 + years of experience to the Ci team including single family residential, mixed used, 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 front end design of a variety of projects as well as carrying Westview Promenade through construction documentation.

Board members
Past-President

Scott Walters, AIA

President

Scott A. McGovern, AIA LEED AP BD+C

President-Elect

Laura Wheaton, AIA AP BD+C

Secretary

Martina Reilly, AIA

Director

Melanie Ray, AIA

Treasurer

Ryan Jordan Pfarr, AIA

Director

Sara Langmead, AIA

Allied Member Shadow Liaison

Malindi Lankatilleke

Director

Lori Lessem, AIA

Director

Madhuri Subramaniam, AIA

Director

Trey Shamer, AIA

Allied Professional Shadow

Sandy Yellott

Bmore NOMA Liaison

Calvin McCargo, Jr. NCARB, NOMA, AIA

Bmore NOMAS Liaison

Kai Carson, AIAS, NOMAS

Associate Director

Samuel Lynch, Assoc. AIA

AIAS Liaison

Rahmah Davis

Fellows Liaison

Edward M. Hord, FAIA, LEED AP BD + C

Executive Director

Kathleen Lane, AIA, LEED AP

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