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Board

Trey Shamer, AIA

Director

Tilghman “Trey” Shamer, AIA is an Associate at Moseley Architects, specializing in the Senior Living and Multi-Family Housing sectors.

In addition, his architectural experience includes retail and workspaces, bars and restaurants, civic, and residential projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic. He is passionate about creating enhanced environments for the aging population, believing that architecture should not only be functional and universal, but also increase wellbeing and provide opportunities for intergenerational engagement. Tilghman graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor’s of Architecture from Virginia Polytechnic and State University. He is a LEED Accredited Professional with a specialty in Building Design and Construction. Active in the AIA Baltimore Chapter, he recently held the position of Emerging Professionals Committee co-chair where he developed several annual events to support future architects and encourage mentorship and communication among members.

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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