Darryl R. Hamm of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was first appointed to the Pennsylvania State Architects Licensure Board in 2011 by former Governor Tom Corbett as a public member of the board. He has been a dedicated member of several NCARB committees, including the Procedures and Documents and Professional Conduct committees, and served as the chair of NCARB’s Public Member Task Force. In 2017, Hamm was elected as NCARB’s public director. In this role, he will provide the Board with a valuable outside perspective.
In addition to his service to the architecture profession, Hamm has held a number of key leadership positions in the military and public sector. He is currently the chairman of the board for Keystone Service Systems, an organization committed to providing services that support and empower individuals and communities. Hamm retired from the Army National Guard at the rank of Chief Warrant Officer Five after nearly 40 years of full-time service. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management from Eastern University and a Master of Business Administration from Shippensburg University. He was an adjunct professor for 10 years, teaching leadership, management, strategic planning, and human resource courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Hamm has also completed the Reserve Components National Security Course at the National Defense University.