Doug works to inspire individuals, organizations, corporations, and foundations to support the work of Preservation Maryland.
His career has included working with a variety of public agencies, private corporations, as well as non-profit and preservation organizations at the city, county, state, and national levels. He has held professional staff positions with the Alliance for Justice, the National Institute for Dispute Resolution, the Council for Urban Economic Development, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and others.
Doug has a master’s degree in urban planning from the George Washington University and has lectured on historic preservation finance at the University of Maryland, Columbia University, and Harvard.
Doug’s passion is collaborating with others to make seemingly impossible projects a reality.
He and his husband live in the Lake Evesham National Register Historic District in Baltimore.