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Transforming Your House – Aging in Place – Breakfast Bar Speaker Series
August 4, 2022 at 7:30 am EDT
August 4th, 2022
7:30 AM – 8:30 AM
Transforming Your House - Aging in Place
Featuring Transforming Architecture President Karen Mosel, AIA, CAPS
The old saying is true, “There’s no place like home!” Aging in Place allows you to continue to live independently, in the comfort and familiarity of your own home, regardless of your age. Find out the process of creating a safe and accommodating environment for you and your loved ones of all ability levels.
Hosted by Linda Ostovitz
Join us on the first Thursday of each month to learn about a legal topic from our diverse team of attorneys. Guest speakers will also be provided for timely topics.
About This Month's Guest Speaker: Karen Mosel
Karen Mosel is the owner and principal architect at Transforming Architecture. She started the company in 2008 in order to focus on her love of residential architecture and design. Her system of “Custom Designs. Flat Fees.” provides clients a clear understanding of the services provided and costs when hiring an architect. Her expertise in home design and Aging-in-Place design has made her firm one of the top in Howard County and surrounding areas.
Karen is a graduate of the School of Architecture, University of Maryland College Park, Leadership Howard County, World Legacy Leadership Program, and the Landmark Forum. With her continued success and desire to give back to her community, Ms. Pitsley became Co-founder and Vice-President of Shari’s Promise, a non-profit dedicated to protecting children from childhood sexual abuse. Shari’s Promise and Hopeworks merged in 2016. Always striving to make a positive impact in her community, Karen served two terms as President of the Business Women’s Network of Howard County, supporting professional women to achieve their personal and career goals. She is currently serving a four-year term on the Maryland State Architectural Review Board, appointed by the governor. Because of her tireless efforts to give back, she was named one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women of 2011, 2013 and 2015, one of Maryland’s top MBEs in 2014, and BWN’s Woman of Distinction in 2012.