Aisha N. Braveboy

 
State's Attorney
Title: State's Attorney
Phone: 301-952-3500


Aisha N. Braveboy is the State’s Attorney for Prince George’s County. Aisha, daughter of an immigrant from Grenada, is an accomplished lawyer with nearly two decades of legal and legislative experience. Prior to being elected as State’s Attorney, she served as the Manager of Government Affairs for Children's National Health System. Aisha was also Of Counsel with Gabriel J. Christian and Associates, where she represented clients in criminal and civil matters. In addition, Aisha, for over 15 years, served as General Counsel for the Community Public Awareness Council (C-PAC), a community-based juvenile diversionary program that has successfully diverted over 4,000 students from the criminal justice system.

In 2006, Braveboy was elected to represent the 25th Legislative District in the Maryland General Assembly. As a Delegate, Aisha was appointed by the Speaker of the House to serve as Chair of the Consumer Protection Subcommittee. She was elected by her peers to serve as Chair of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, where she guided the 44-member organization on a wide range of policy issues including parity for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, reducing mass incarceration, enhancing tools to prosecute rapists, increasing opportunities for women and minority-owned businesses, and reducing health disparities in our State.

As a lawyer, Aisha was recognized as a rising star by SuperLawyers Magazine and received both the Legal Excellence and Community Service awards from the J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association and the President’s Award from the National Bar Association.

Aisha has provided substantial pro bono legal representation to members of the Prince George's County community. In 2015, Aisha represented Teamsters facing the closure of a major supermarket distribution center in the County. Through her efforts, more than 700 jobs were saved.

Additionally, Braveboy has also fought for homeowners who were victimized by their lenders and facing foreclosure, seniors subject to financial abuse from their housing cooperative, and a same-sex couple who faced discrimination from their neighborhood association. In another case, she saved a historic African-American home that was moments away from being demolished.

A proud product of Prince George’s County Public Schools, Aisha graduated from Largo High School. She went to the University of Maryland in College Park, where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government and Politics. She also received her Juris Decorate from Howard University Law School.

Aisha is a member of the Sanctuary at Kingdom Square and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. 

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