Michelle Moseley PMP, LEED AP
Michelle Moseley is an architect with 15 years of experience in project management and design, leading teams both nationally and internationally. She has significant experience in all phases of the architecture process and is particularly talented at programming and planning for mission-driven clients. Skilled at managing large, complex teams, Michelle provides consistent leadership throughout projects while coordinating consultant logistics and ensuring projects remain on schedule and within budget.
Michelle approaches every project with an eye for collaboration, engaging with multiple stakeholders and user groups to achieve consensus in decisions. Her goal is to build a community among students while communicating a campus vision through the built environment. Some of her recent projects include the Pimlico Racing Facilities, the American University of Bahrain, the John Hopkins University Stavros Niarchos Foundation Agora Institute, and Yahentamitsi Dining Hall, Pyon-Chen Residence Hall, and Johnson-Whittle Residence Hall at the University of Maryland.