Board of Directors
Mr. Otis Warren Jr. became the first African American to construct an office building in Baltimore with the $38 million, 11-story City Crescent building, which opened in 1993.
Born: Baltimore Education: Frederick Douglass High School; Community College of Baltimore Career: Computer programmer in the Baltimore City payroll department; real estate broker; president of Otis Warren and Co. Civic engagement: Various boards, including the Greater Baltimore Committee, Center Club, (Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors,) Community College of Baltimore, Associated Black Charities, Reginald Lewis Museum, Baltimore Symphony, Baltimore Aquarium and YMCA Family:
Mr. Warren is the he first African American President to the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors. His spouse of 33 years is Dr. Sharon Warren.