Planner Supervisor - Planning Department, Montgomery County, Rockville, MD
Michael Brown serves as planner supervisor for the team producing comprehensive plans along with implementation documents such as design guidelines, streetscape manuals, and placemaking concepts to shape the built environment of Montgomery County, Maryland.
His work assignments have included a range of project types in Bethesda, White Flint, Wheaton, Silver Spring, White Oak, Gaithersburg, Kensington, Glenmont and other areas in the county. With interests at the intersection of architecture, urban design, community building, and real estate development, Michael manages collaboration among the many stakeholders with each assignment to deliver solutions balanced between the practical and the inspirational.
Michael currently serves as president-elect of the American Planning Association National Capital Chapter and on the board of directors for Leadership Montgomery. He holds a bachelor of architecture degree from Hampton University and a master degree in urban planning and policy from the University of Illinois at Chicago.