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

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

Maryland COVID Phone Alerts

November 20, 2020

To help fight the spread of COVID-19, Maryland has a new option that you can enable to get alerts on your phone if you’ve been exposed to someone with the virus. The app has been designed with care to protect your privacy. No location information is tracked or stored, and you are never personally identified. Instead, the app generates frequently ... read more

Thanksgiving 2020: Stay Safe

November 19, 2020

Time for some real talk, friends. Thanksgiving is an important holiday in my family. Every year we gather at my husband's parents' house on Thanksgiving Day. Like many families, we divvy up the cooking and everyone brings something, and we stuff ourselves and enjoy being together. In my husband's family, Thanksgiving is in some ways a bigger holiday than Christmas. ... read more

Stay Safe: Understanding Gov. Hogan’s New COVID-19 Guidelines

November 18, 2020

Stay Safe: Understanding Gov. Hogan’s New COVID-19 Guidelines Keep in mind that some counties and Baltimore city have stricter mandates and advisories and it is important to check your local health department’s website. For example, Baltimore County is limiting indoor gatherings to 10 people. Masks MUST be worn in ALL public areas, indoors and outdoorsAll restaurants and bars must close ... read more