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Board Members - Maryland Joint Design Boards

 

Diane Cho, Chair, Board of Architects

Diane Cho, Chair, Board of Architects
Diane Cho is a founding principal of Cho Benn Holback + Associates, a multi-disciplinary architecture firm. A registered architect since 1979, she has specialized experience in the areas of cultural, educational and institutional buildings. Recent projects include the Baltimore School for the Arts, the Jim Rouse Visionary Center for The American Visionary Art Museum, and Everyman Theatre. She was inducted into the Maryland’s Top 100 Women Circle of Excellence in 2003, received a Distinguished Women’s Award from the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland in 1999, and was honored in 2005 at CREW Baltimore’s 20th anniversary for contributions to the real estate industry. She serves on the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Board of Trustees and is a board member of the Fund for Educational Excellence and Maryland Art Place.
 

Diane D. Gordy, Chair, Board of Certified Interior Designers

Diane D. Gordy, Chair, Board of Certified Interior Designers
Since 1982, Ms. Gordy has served as Principal and Design Director of Diane Gordy Interiors, Inc. and DGI Design Group, with locations in Bethesda, MD and Rehoboth Beach, DE. She has managed the conception and installation of over 500 residential and light commercial interior design projects and has extensive experience in interior renovation, remodel planning, and project management. She provides ongoing guidance to Towson University and Anne Arundel Community College as they develop a Council for Interior Design Accreditation-approved Interior Design program. In addition to her active membership in the Maryland Coalition of Interior Designers, Ms. Gordy has served as Chair of the Board of Certified Interior Designers since 2004.
 

Christopher Schein, Chair, Chair, Board of Examiners of Landscape Architects

Christopher Schein, Chair, Board of Examiners of Landscape Architects
As a principal and partner of Hord Coplan Macht, Christopher Schein has over 25 years of landscape architecture and land planning experience. Mr. Schein is currently leading an interdisciplinary design team working with the National Park Service on the D.C. War Memorial restoration. Campus projects include Washington College, Loyola College in Maryland, the University of Virginia, St. Mary’s College and the United States Naval Academy. He has also designed landscapes at the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Treasury, the Pennsylvania State Capitol, and Baltimore’s West Shore Park. His accomplishments have been recognized by two ASLA Honor Awards and several Merit Awards. Mr. Schein previously served as President of the Maryland Chapter of ASLA.
 

Charles Maloy, Ed.D, Chair, Board for Professional Land Surveyors

Charles Maloy, Ed.D, Chair, Board for Professional Land Surveyors
Dr. Maloy retired from Towson University in 1998 following 32 years of service, during which he served as Director of the University Counseling Center, Associate Vice President for Student Life, Vice President for Student Life and University Ombudsman. Dr. Maloy has served on the State Board for Professional Land Surveyors since July, 1977. He has been chair of that Board since March, 1979 to the present. He is also currently serving as chair of the Joint Chairs Committee, a position he has held since August, 1993.
 

H. C. “Skip” Harclerode II, Chair, Board for Professional Engineers

H. C. “Skip” Harclerode II, Chair, Board for Professional Engineers
H. C. “Skip” Harclerode II is a chemical engineer with extensive mechanical/electrical, structural, process design and project management experience in both governmental and private sectors. Since 1986, he has been President of KBD Engineering Co. (Phoenix, MD), a consulting firm offering environmental abatement services as well as mechanical, electrical, process, and structural design work for commercial and industrial facilities. In addition to being a registered professional engineer in seven states, he is also a licensed master plumber and first grade stationary boiler engineer. Skip is a lifetime member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and has held office in both the National Society of Professional Engineers and Maryland Society of Professional Engineers.