MACo has welcomed Natasha Mehu, who joined the staff this week and will be working as part of the Association’s policy team for the 2014 legislative session and beyond. Natasha will play a lead role for MACo in covering a range of community-based policy areas, including health and human services, housing and economic development, and public safety and corrections.
Natasha joins MACo after serving as a Project Manager at the Department of Housing and Community Development, where she worked on neighborhood revitalization and foreclosure issues. She also has experience working with the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives, providing legal support work at the University of Maryland School of Law, and clerking for Circuit Court Judge Dwight Jackson in Prince George’s County. Natasha received both her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Maryland.