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Flanagan is President of Elm Street Development. He oversees development opportunities for Elm Street Development. He is also a partner in the Craftmark Group, homebuilding companies, and Legend Management, a real estate management company. He is on the Executive Committee for the Urban Land Institute-Washington, is past President for the Maryland National Capital Building Industry Association and is past Chairman of the Smart Growth Alliance. Prior to joining Elm Street Development in 1978, Flanagan graduated from Georgia Tech and received an MBA from the University of North Carolina.

Moran is a principal in all Elm Street Development projects purchased prior to 2009.  He retired from active daily management of Elm Street in 2008 after 29 years with the firm.  He was a founder of the Craftmark Group and NVR.  He currently serves on the Board of Directors of NVR.  He remains a partner in Legend Management, an apartment management company.  Moran oversees all real estate income producing properties owned by the Principals.  He previously served on the Board of Directors of the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association and is a past President of the Fairfax County Chapter.  Moran has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Cleveland State University. 

As Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer, Rice accesses financial markets to obtain financing that supports Elm Street Development’s acquisition and development program. Rice has been with Elm Street for 30 years. He also obtains financing for all commercial real property acquisitions which include apartment property, commercial office, warehouse and shopping center property. He coordinates with Legend Management for the refinancing of all owned apartment project investments managed by Legend Management and outside property management companies that manages Elm Street Development assets. He is a Certified Public Accountant and he received a BS in Accounting from the University of Arkansas. Since 2001, Rice has been a board member of DGG-MG, which supplies bonding certificates to MNCBIA members.

Clarke is responsible for land acquisition and development in Montgomery, Frederick, Prince George’s and Washington Counties, Maryland. He has been very active in the Maryland National Capital Building Industry Association, including serving as President in 2007. He received an MBA from Harvard University and a BS in Engineering from the University of Illinois.

Dickens is responsible for the acquisition and development of land in Baltimore, Carroll, Cecil, Harford and Howard Counties, Maryland and York County in Pennsylvania. He was HBAM Developer of the Year in 2003 and is a past President of the Land Development Council. Dickens has served as the Vice President of the State Home Builders Association of Maryland (HBAM) and is the incoming HBAM President for 2014. Dickens joined Elm Street Development after receiving an MBA degree from the University of North Carolina. He is a registered professional engineer and received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech.

Entsminger acquires and develops property in Loudoun County, Virginia. He is active in the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association and served as Vice President of Government Affairs in 2007-08 and as President of the Loudoun Chapter in 2005. He also was selected as NVBIA Loudoun Chapter Builder of the Year in 2005. He joined Elm Street Development after receiving an MBA from the University of North Carolina. Entsminger also has a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Kentucky. 

Marshall oversees the acquisition and development of apartments throughout the Washington/Baltimore area and oversees the development of Clarksburg Village in Montgomery County, Maryland. He is the Chairman of the Multifamily Builders Council and is a well-respected member on the Board of Directors of the Maryland National Capital Building Industry Association. In addition, he serves on the Board of Directors of the Waterfront Management Authority Board of Baltimore. He received an MBA from Harvard University, is a registered professional engineer, and received a BS in Civil Engineering from Kansas University.

McJunkin directs land acquisitions and development activities in Anne Arundel County, Charles County and the Eastern Shore of Maryland. She serves on the Board of the Scenic River Land Trust and served on the Governors Smart Growth Collaborative. Prior to joining Elm Street Development, McJunkin received an MBA from the University of North Carolina and a BS in Finance from the University of Virginia. 

Perry is responsible for land acquisition and development in Arlington, Alexandria and Fairfax County, Virginia and in the District of Columbia. He joined Elm Street Development in 1987 and has developed properties throughout the Washington region. He has an MBA from the University of Virginia and an engineering degree from Georgia Tech.

With thirty years of experience in real estate and construction accounting Griffin manages a team responsible for tax planning, tax returns, financial statements and the combined annual report for 100+ companies. In addition, she manages a staff responsible for Elm Street and Legend Management Groups’ information systems and the connectivity between the main offices and offsite locations. Over the years, this has entailed numerous system designs and conversions. Griffin attended the University of Maryland.

Bauer is responsible for managing commercial properties for Elm Street. Prior to joining Elm Street in 2007, she worked for a national trade association comprised of real estate developers, owners, and managers. Bauer holds an MBA from the University of Virginia, and a BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Burke is responsible for managing development projects in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties, Maryland. He joined Elm Street Development in 2003 after receiving an MBA from the University of North Carolina. Burke served as a helicopter pilot in the Navy after graduating with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy.

Burlbaugh currently manages development projects in Queen Anne and Talbot Counties, Maryland. He joined Elm Street Development in 2004 after spending ten years as a Senior Project Manager for major vertical commercial and institutional projects in Maryland. Burlbaugh is a registered professional engineer with an MBA from Loyola College in Maryland and a Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering from Penn State.

Charlton is responsible for land development activities in Harford, Cecil, and Howard Counties, Maryland. He joined Elm Street Development in 2006 after receiving an MBA from the University of North Carolina. He currently sits on the board of the Upper Chesapeake Chapter of the Homebuilders Association of Maryland and Home Partnership Inc. Charlton graduated from Georgia Tech with a BS in Chemical Engineering and spent four years working for Imperial Chemical Industries as a process engineer and business analyst.

Horne joined Elm Street Development in 2005 after receiving an MBA degree from the University of North Carolina. He is responsible for managing development projects in Anne Arundel, Caroline, and Dorchester Counties, Maryland. Horne is the MBIA (Maryland Building Industry Association) recipient of the ICON Award for Environmental Development of the Year for Tanyard Cove in Glen Burnie, MD.  Horne also has a BS degree in Management Science and Information Technology from Virginia Tech.

Jacobs is managing and acquiring projects in Prince William, Stafford and Culpepper Counties, Virginia. He joined Elm Street Development in 2001 and has over 12 years experience in the design, construction and acquisition of real estate. Prior to joining Elm Street, Jacobs worked for a large REIT where he was responsible for the development and acquisition of commercial properties in six states. Jacobs received his BS in Landscape Architecture and Minor in City & Regional Planning from the University of Texas-Arlington.

Krapf is responsible for managing development projects in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. He joined Elm Street Development in 2005 with an MBA from Loyola College in Maryland.  He currently serves as President of the Board of Directors for the Anne Arundel County Chapter of the Home Builders Association of Maryland.  Previously, Krapf worked in both the Residential Home Building and Financial Services industries. He received a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Loyola College in Maryland.

Kubit manages development projects in Montgomery County, Maryland. Prior to joining Elm Street Development in 2006, she worked as a management consultant. She possesses an MBA from the University of North Carolina and BBA in accounting and human resources from the University of Wisconsin.

Meeker is responsible for land development activities in Charles County, Maryland.  He joined Elm Street Development in 2001 after 15 years as a consulting engineer.  Meeker currently serves as a Vice President of the Maryland National Capital Building Industry Association and is Chairman of the association's Charles County Liaison Committee. He is also a member of the Charles County Planning and Growth Management Advisory Board. He is a registered professional engineer and a graduate of Penn State University where he received a BS degree in Structural and Construction Engineering.

Mobley manages apartment development projects throughout the Washington/Baltimore region. Prior to joining Elm Street Development in 2004, he worked in commercial real estate brokerage and development for nine years. Mobley holds an MBA from the University of North Carolina and a BA in Economics from Washington and Lee University.

Murphy is responsible for managing current development projects and targeting new development opportunities in Baltimore County and Baltimore City. He joined Elm Street Development in 2003 with an MBA from the University of North Carolina. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a BS in Mechanical Engineering.

Perkins manages development projects in Northern Virginia with a focus on Fairfax and Stafford Counties as well as the City of Alexandria. Prior to joining Elm Street Development in 2003, Perkins worked as a management consultant and served as an officer in the Navy. He holds an MBA from the University of North Carolina and a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Duke University.

Smith is responsible for development projects in Arlington, Fairfax, and Loudoun Counties. Stefanie joined Elm Street Development in 2005 after obtaining her MBA in Real Estate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Smith has a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin at Madison.

Van Kirk is responsible for land acquisition and development activities in Howard and Carroll Counties, Maryland and York County, Pennsylvania. He joined Elm Street Development in 2005 after receiving an MBA from the University of North Carolina. He graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a BA in Finance and spent five years in investment banking.

Wiley manages development projects in Frederick and Washington Counties in Maryland. Prior to joining Elm Street Development in 2004, he worked as a management consultant. Wiley graduated from Duke University with a BS degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and from the University of Virginia with an MBA degree.

Barnes is responsible for managing projects in Prince William, Stafford, Culpeper and Loudoun County in Virginia. He joined Elm Street Development in 2005 and prior to joining Elm Street Development worked as a Project Manager for Haramis Brothers Inc, managing residential building and remodeling projects in San Francisco and Oakland California. He is a graduate of Old Dominion University with a BFA in Graphic Design/Art History.

Bingley is the manager for several developments in Montgomery County, Maryland. Bingley joined Elm Street Development in 1993 following twelve years with Curtis F. Peterson Companies where he was Vice President in charge of land development in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area.

Bollinger has managed several projects in Montgomery and Frederick Counties as well as several in Loudoun County Va. He is currently working Clarksburg Village and Lovettsville Town Center. Bollinger managed his own fruit and vegetable farm for thirty years as well as pressed apple cider and managed the Cider Barrel Mobile Home Park in Germantown. He joined Elm Street in 2002 at the time they purchased the Cider Barrel property for development.

Bruce is responsible for managing development projects in Anne Arundel and several Eastern Shore Counties. He has spent 20+ years in the residential land development industry with Elm Street Development and Pulte Homes. Bruce attended Florida State University and the University of Maryland and holds a BS in Business.

McKenna is responsible for managing development projects in Anne Arundel, Queen Anne's and Talbot Counties, MD. Prior to coming to Elm Street Development in 2004, he spent eight years as the Production Manager of a construction company specializing in commercial masonry. McKenna graduated from Loyola College in Maryland with a BA in History in 1996, and earned his MBA from Loyola University Maryland in 2010.

Thompson has managed several developments in Montgomery County including the awarding winning Clarksburg Village, also Howard, Baltimore and Carroll Counties. Thompson is currently managing communities in Anne Arundel and Charles Counties, Maryland. Thompson received the Pros Club award for Land Development Superintendent 300+ units in 2005. Thompson joined Elm Street Development in 2000 following 14 years with Reliable Contracting of Millersville, Maryland.

Flanagan is responsible for managing apartment development projects throughout the Washington-Baltimore area. He joined Elm Street Development in 2010 and holds an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and a BS in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Weber manages development projects in Prince William, Fairfax and Loudoun Counties. Prior to joining Elm Street in 2012, he spent 16 years as a Project Manager working for Site Work Contractors and Land Developers in Northern Virginia. Weber earned a BS from James Madison University and an MS from Virginia Tech.

Along with managing development projects, Flanagan acts as the Asset Manager for Legend Management Group, an apartment management company. Flanagan joined full time with Elm Street in 2015 after receiving his MBA from the Unitversity of Texas and a BS in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia.

Macon is working with projects in Baltimore and Howard Counties, managing residential communities. He joined Elm Street full time in 2014. He has been working in construction and land development for over 30 years. He studied Business Administration at the University of Maryland.