Welcome! I am a progressive delegate representing District 44B in Maryland's House of Delegates. My priorities include priorities include the environment, education, transit, fair housing, living wage, and criminal justice reform.

Recent Posts

Wrap-Up of the 2021 Legislative Session

April 26, 2021

Happy Spring! Amidst more and more Marylanders receiving shots in arms and flowers starting to reach out the ground towards the sky, things feel more hopeful than when the year began.  As you know, this legislative session was truly unique. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, everything from committee hearings to witness testimony to town hall meetings were virtual ... read more


February 17, 2021

On Friday, the Maryland General Assembly passed the RELIEF Act, and the governor signed it on Monday. As its name suggestions, the RELIEF Act provides $1.5 billion in much needed relief for individuals, families, and businesses suffering from the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. Provisions of the RELIEF Act include: Direct stimulus payments of up to $500 for Marylanders ... read more

COVID Vaccine Update

January 21, 2021

Maryland is currently in Phase 1B and will begin 1C on January 25th. Also beginning next week, Wal-Mart and Giant Foods will provide vaccinations to those who are eligible in certain locations throughout Maryland. Contact the Wal-Mart or Giant Foods locations listed for more information. Baltimore County is set to vaccinate another 8,000 residents this week and begin vaccinating educators ... read more

COVID-19 Maryland Vaccine Update

January 15, 2021

Governor Larry Hogan announced new updates on the COVID-19 vaccine at yesterday’s press conference. Here are the main takeaways for your reference: Phase 1B will officially begin January 18Maryland residents who are 75 years and older; Marylanders in assisted living, independent living, developmental disabilities or behavioral health group homes, and other congregate facilities; high-risk incarcerated individuals; continuity of government vaccinations; ... read more