Marks, Thomas Architects, of Baltimore, has hired six employees. Sara Bowley and Adrienne Jones both earned master’s degrees in architecture in 2010 from the University of Maryland. Jones has worked on residential projects and studied adaptive reuse. Bowley returned to Marks after receiving the Faculty Award for Academic Excellence and the Faculty Award for Achievement in Design at UM. Sara Langmead, who holds a master’s of architecture and historic preservation from the University of Maryland, is an LEED AP. She specializes in historic preservation, adaptive reuse and sustainable design. Langmead has worked as an architect and engineer in Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and New York City. Sondra Gawlikowski, who recently received a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Temple University, and Nicholas Thorton, who graduated with a master’s in architecture from Roger Williams University, also have joined the firm. Charlotte Bravo is now part of the interiors department. She is a LEED AP and has a bachelor’s of fine arts in interior design from George Washington University.
Andrew Aldrich, director of media relations for Bonnie Heneson Communications, of Owings Mills and Columbia, recently graduated from the Leadership Essentials program of Leadership Howard County. Before joining the marking communications agency, Aldrich served in the public information office of the Carroll County government and wrote for the Carroll County Times.
Brooke Gilley, a senior at Stevenson University, is working at E-Moxie as the firm’s first intern in its new summer program. E-Moxie launched its internship program for junior designers and web developers after its recent move to a larger office space in downtown Havre de Grace. E-Moxie helps clients establish an online presence through website design, development, marketing and promotion.
Erinn Dowling Torres has been appointed an associate at Broad Street Realty, of Bethesda. Before joining the commercial real estate services firm, Torres worked in the public institutions group at Jones Lang LaSalle as regional manager, focusing on commercial leasing for the General Services Administration. Before that, she was a project manager for the real estate planning and development department at George Washington University, where she managed development project planning proposed under the school’s 20-year Foggy Bottom Campus Plan.