Meet The Meeting House Staff
Mike Shaw - Building Manager Mike oversees the general operations of The Meeting House for OMI, Inc., including both rental operations and congregational facility issues. Mike began working at The Meeting House in 2002 as a part-time employee. In 2005, he became a full-time supervisor; in 2010, he became Building Manager. Armed with his extensive knowledge of the building and its amenities as well as the technology capabilities the facility has to offer, Mike is available to assist you as you consider your rental options. If you would like to know more about making The Meeting House the venue for your next event, contact Mike during business hours at 410-730-4090 or m_shaw@OMInterfaith.org. Mike is also the contact person for comments, suggestions, complaints or compliments.
Ellen Budd - Event Manager Although Ellen is new to The Meeting House, she brings 20 years of experience as a Senior Catering Manager at area hotels. As Event Manager, Ellen will be your initial contact for making a rental booking for your event. She will be happy to answer your questions about the rooms, amenities and services available at The Meeting House and how we are uniquely positioned to ensure that your event is a success. To reserve rental space or explore your options for hosting an event at The Meeting House, contact Ellen at 443-510-7076 or email@example.com.
Kisha Pryor - Administrative Coordinator Kisha has been the full-time Administrative Coordinator since 2005. As the staff person most involved with your rental booking from the time you sign a rental contract to the day of your event, Kisha will ensure that all the details of your booking are complete. During business hours Kisha can be found at the front desk in The Meeting House lobby. She will be the point of contact for your event needs on week days. If you have questions about your booking, contact Kisha at 410-730-4090 or kisha@OMInterfaith.org.
Victoria Galindez - Maintenance Supervisor Victoria has served as TMH's Maintenance Supervisor since 2006. She oversees the staff who are responsible for day-to-day operations at The Meeting House. These operations include general maintenance of the facility, event set up and clean up, and front desk support during evening and weekend events.
The maintenance/porter staff are tasked with the important job of preparing the room for your event by setting up your specified room configuration, as well as ensuring that the room is properly maintained and that all amenities are in working order. When not setting up the rooms, the staff performs light maintenance duties, such as changing light bulbs and repairing equipment. Weekday afternoons and evenings and all day on weekends, these staff members will be the point of contact for your event needs. Look for them in their green "Meeting House" shirts. They will be happy to assist you.
The custodial staff cleans the rental space and the rest of the facility after your event. Mike Scott – our longest-serving custodian – has served The Meeting House since 1976, just one year after we opened for business. Mike and the other custodial staff are tasked with cleaning carpets and floors, restrooms, kitchen areas, the windows, as well as other day-to-day cleaning duties.
At the end of the evening, the maintenance/porter staff are responsible for securing the building after the departure of your guests.