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Delegate Aisha Braveboy is an accomplished lawyer with over twelve years experience.
In 2006, Ms. Braveboy was first elected to represent the 25th Legislative District in the Maryland General Assembly, and then again in 2010. She was assigned to the House Economic Matters Committee, where she serves as Chair of the Consumer Protection Subcommittee, and member of the Business Regulations and the Banking, Economic Science and Technology Subcommittees.
Ms. Braveboy has received numerous recognitions for her work as a lawyer and as a legislator. She received the 2011 Rising Star award in Super Lawyers Magazine, a publication that features lawyers who have made significant contributions in their field. She has also been honored by the NAACP, the Family Crisis Center, the Washington DC Building Trades Council, the Women Business Owners of Prince George’s County, and many other organizations.
Ms. Braveboy currently serves as Chair of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, and is also a member of the Women’s Caucus.
Legislative highlights include: raising the drop out age in the State from 16 to 18; providing strong, but balanced, criminal justice laws; championing equality in higher education, strengthening homeowner and condo associations, assisting families facing foreclosure, empowering victims of domestic violence; supporting the immigrant community; advocating for workers’ rights, including raising the minimum wage; growing women and minority business opportunities; promoting sustainable growth and economic development; and defending consumer and civil rights.
Ms. Braveboy is a graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park, where she joined the Eta Beta Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. She is also a graduate of Howard University School of Law.
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