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Melissa has lived with her family in Overlea for 10 years after growing up in Harford County. She has been involved with the OCA board since 2018. She and her husband own Damnation Audio and are involved in the local music community. They enjoy hiking with their children and taking care of their animals.
Rebecca and her husband moved to Overlea in 2018 from Highlandtown, and she joined the OCA board in 2020. They landed in Overlea because Rebecca was determined to buy an older house and found the right one here (dating to 1924). Her favorite thing about Overlea is its historical homes and well-loved gardens.
A Lutherville native, Brent spent much of his childhood in Overlea and grew to love the neighborhood. He and his wife bought a lovely three-story Victorian in 2011, and this year they welcomed a baby daughter. Brent has been involved with the OCA board since 2014 in various roles.
Secretary / Newsletter Chair
Martin Nibali has been living in Overlea for over 20 years. Martin chairs the newsletter committee and tries to liven up OCA board meetings as much as possible. You can find him working with Troop 16 out of Kenwood Presbyterian Church as a volunteer adult leader, on the Farmer’s Market lot helping vendors set up and break down, and teaching scouts to climb at camp or climbing the walls himself at Movement (formerly EarthTreks) climbing gym in Timonium. Martin holds a Masters degree in business from Maryland Institute College of Art, which makes him either a savvy artist or a creative businessperson. Fluent in sarcasm. Can order lite fare in French.