Who We Are

The 21-member board is responsible for organizing NCAC-APA events, such as local planning conferences, awards ceremonies, social happy hours, volunteer opportunities, and CM & AICP training. The board also promotes planning in the community and encourages professional development within the industry.

Terms are two years in duration and require attendance at monthly board meetings and participation in chapter activities. Elections occurred in October, 2016 for the January 1, 2017, to December 31, 2018 term.

Meet the NCAC-APA 2017-2018 Executive Board

President – Michael Brown, Montgomery County Planning Department
President-Elect – Bobby Boone, Streetsense
Professional Development Officer – Matt Ladd, Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development
Professional Development Officer-Elect – Clark Larson, City of Rockville
Vice President for Communications – Erkin Ozberk, District of Columbia Office of Planning
Vice President of Diversity & Outreach – Radhika Mohan, City of Alexandria Neighborhood Planning and Community Development Division
Secretary
Paul Moyer, VHB
Treasurer
– Josh Sloan, VIKA Maryland

At-Large Directors
Kayla Gail Anthony, Brailsford and Dunlavey
Jose Ayala, City of Alexandria Neighborhood Planning and Community Development Division
Lindsay Oluyede, ICF
Elena Romero, Torti Gallas + Partners
Kimisha Sellers, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC).
Lindsay Smith, Independent Consultant

Faculty Representatives
Bob Brosnan, The Catholic University of America, City and Regional Planning Program
Andrew Bernish, George Washington University, Sustainable Urban Planning Program
Jamie Kralovec, Georgetown University, Urban and Regional Planning Program
Casey Dawkins, University of Maryland, Urban Studies and Planning Program

Student Representatives
(Vacant), The Catholic University of America, City and Regional Planning Program
Rick Reyor, George Washington University, Sustainable Urban Planning Program,
Emily Russell, Georgetown University, Urban and Regional Planning Program
Andrew Seguin, University of Maryland, Urban Studies and Planning Program

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