• Matt Gallagher
    Interim Chair
    President & CEO, The Goldseker Foundation
  • Laura Gamble
    Vice Chair
    Regional President Greater Maryland, PNC Bank
  • Sister Helen Amos
    Executive Chair, Mercy Medical Center
  • William Baker
    President, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
  • Diane Bell-McKoy
    President & CEO, Associated Black Charities
  • Kirby Fowler
    President & CEO, Downtown Partnership, Inc.
  • Donald Fry
    President & CEO, Greater Baltimore Committee
  • Ronald Hartman
    Vice President, Network Rail Consulting
  • J. Howard Henderson
    President & CEO, The Baltimore Urban League
  • Bill Jones
    President & CEO, Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore
  • David McClure
    President & Business Agent Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1300
  • Sallye Perrin
    Senior Vice President, Parsons Brinkerhoff
  • Walter D. Pinkard, Jr
    Senior Advisor, Cushman & Wakefield
  • Frank Rosenberg
    Executive Vice President, Rosemore, Inc.
  • Ed Rothstein
    Executive Director, BWI Business Partnership, Inc.
  • Shanaysha Sauls
    President & CEO, Baltimore Community Foundation
  • Dru Schmidt-Perkins
    Immediate Past Executive Director, 1000 Friends of Maryland
  • Laurie Schwartz
    President, Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Inc.
  • Jane Shaab
    Executive Director, UM BioPark, University of Maryland, Baltimore
  • Greg Smith
    Director of Transportation Services, The Johns Hopkins University
  • Scot Spencer
    Assoc. Dir. for Advocacy & Influence, The Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • C. William "Bill" Struever
    Managing Director, Cross Street Partners
  • H. Walter Townshend, III
    Immediate Past President & CEO, Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber
  • Brian Walter
    Group Vice President, M&T Bank
  • Brian O'Malley
    Brian O'Malley
    President & CEO

    Brian O'Malley joined the Transportation Alliance in 2008. He began his urban planning career in 1999 in Chicago with NORBIC, an industrial economic development organization. In 2003 he joined the Planning Department of Carroll County, Maryland, ultimately overseeing the adequate public facilities program as Concurrency Manager. Brian is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.

  • Eric Norton
    Eric Norton
    Director of Policy & Programs

    Eric joined the Transportation Alliance in 2014, marking a return to his Maryland roots after spending the last six years in Los Angeles. Eric’s work experience includes a stint as a staff member for a L.A. City Councilmember and serving as Deputy Director for a business improvement district, where he worked on multiple projects aimed at revitalizing a once-thriving neighborhood.

  • Ashlee Johnson
    Ashlee Johnson
    Outreach & Communications Specialist

    Ashlee joined the Transportation Alliance in 2016, after graduating from Eastern University with a Master of Arts in Urban Studies. Ashlee’s passion for developing and maintaining thriving communities is evident in her grassroots activism. She has served as a re-entry program director, volunteer coordinator, coalition administrator and community outreach coordinator for several Baltimore community organizations.

connecting people to opportunities

The Central Maryland Transportation Alliance was formed in 2007 as a diverse coalition of corporate and civic leaders uniting business, philanthropic and institutional sectors around a common agenda: improving and expanding transportation options for the citizens and businesses of Central Maryland. Our singular focus is to be a catalyst for improving the region's transportation.