Board of Directors 2018-03-01T13:59:28+00:00

Board of Directors

The Center is governed by a Board of Directors that provides strategic direction and oversight for the organization. To learn more about the Board or Board service contact Hye Yeong Kwon at

Our current board members include:

Carlton G. Epps, Sr.


Carlton is a resident of Baltimore City where he serves as the Director of Asset Management for the Baltimore Police Department.  He holds a MBA from Loyola University Baltimore, and is a graduate of Leadership Maryland.


Jeff Shinrock

Vice President

Jeff is the Principal for Red Eagle Development. He provides management, technology, market planning strategies, sustainable construction and business solutions for corporate, government, non-profit, and construction clients.

Alan H. Vicory, Jr. P.E., BCEE

Vice President

Principal with Stantec Consulting specializing in watersheds and river basin management. Prior to joining Stantec served as longstanding Executive Director and Chief Engineer of the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO).


Michael Fowler, PE


Mike is a senior water resources engineer with 20 years’ experience in watershed planning, stormwater management, stream and wetland assessments and restoration, floodplain studies, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, design of stormwater management systems, and water quality monitoring.

Anwer Ahmed, PE, DWRE, ENV SP


Anwer serves as an expert in the Arcadis Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Practice. He has almost 30 years of professional experience in water resources engineering, watershed planning, urban stormwater management, MS4 compliance, and green infrastructure.


Karen L. Evans

Karen is a Vice President for The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company. She has been planning and constructing buildings in the Mid-Atlantic Region for over 30 years for various clients. Karen is also a LEED AP and serves as a Regional Coordinator which focuses on the latest technologies, tools and practices for sustainable buildings.

Michael W. Freeburger, Jr.

Michael is an Assistant Vice President on the SEC and Financial Reporting team of Finance at Legg Mason.  In addition to maintaining a CPA license in the state of Maryland, he is also a graduate of the University of Baltimore MBA program and has over ten years of accounting and finance experience.  Michael also served 8 years in the Maryland Army National Guard and reached the rank of Sergeant

Rhea Harris

Rhea L Harris serves as the Assistant Secretary for Programs and Services for the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. She is currently on assignment with the Maryland State Police for Colonel Pallozzi, assisting in Diversity and Recruitment.


Gregory “Scott” Lang

Scott Lang is a Senior Vice President with KCI Technologies. KCI is a 1200 person multi-discipline civil and infrastructure engineering firm and Scott leads the firm’s Construction Management Discipline, which provides owner’s representative and at-risk construction services on projects in 15 states from Texas to Pennsylvania. Prior to joining KCI, Scott retired from the US Navy in 1998 after a career as a Civil Engineer and Navy diver.

William H. Moore

Willy is the President and Owner of Southway Builders, Inc., a general contracting company that builds in both the commercial and multi-family residential markets, while having expertise in new construction, adaptive re-use, historic, and sustainable projects within the Mid-Atlantic region.

Addison Palmer

Addison is a Regional Manager for STV Incorporated, a 2000-person multidisciplinary architecture and engineering firm.  Addison has managed some of the region’s most complex and high profile redevelopment projects, which include innovative storm water management solutions.  Addison is a registered landscape architect and resides in Baltimore City with his wife and two children.


Catherine M. Shanks

Catherine has worked for State and local government in the watershed management and restoration arena since 1979. Her experience ranges from development plan review, watershed protection and watershed planning, restoration project development and management to policy development at the local, State and regional levels for the improvement of local watersheds and the Chesapeake Bay.  Recently retired from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Catherine resides in Baltimore County with her husband and 2 dogs.

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