Omari Joseph is a Baltimore Transplant who is currently a project architect and lab planner in the Genlser Baltimore Office. A strategic thinker and consummate professional, he is a graduate of the Mecca, Howard University School of Architecture and has been privileged to work for and with some of the top architecture firms in the DMV. Omari Joseph has continued to strive for excellence in his career while still maintaining a heart of service. Outside of his day-to-day responsibilities, he enjoys volunteering his time ministering in church as well as supporting the homeless. Omari Joseph is the current membership chair of the Bmore NOMA chapter. He prides himself on actively participating in recruiting events and mentoring several minority interns and new hires. Genlser recruiting him to help bolster their sciences practice area was one of the highlights of his career because it showed his growth in the sciences practice area. Sometimes African American males in architecture face the imposter syndrome and at times doubt their value as business professionals. Accepting this role was a reminder that one, Omari Joseph deserves a seat at the table and two, the table needed him and is happy to have him.
Bachelor's Degree, Architecture
2009 - 2014