MACo Welcomes Nicole Harlock as our 2022 Graduate Fellow

MACo is pleased to announce that Nicole Harlock from the University of Baltimore will be joining the team for the 2022 session as our Graduate Fellow. 

Every year MACo makes a call for Maryland’s best and brightest students to join the team during the General Assembly’s legislative session. This year, we welcome Nicole Harlock from the University of Baltimore as our 2022 Graduate Fellow.

“Nicole brings a level of both professional and academic achievement that we are excited to tap into this session,” said Michael Sanderson, MACo’s Executive Director. “With prior experience as an intern in the Anne Arundel County Executive’s Office, a current paralegal in the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City, and as a graduate student at the prestigious University of Baltimore, she understands the contours of local government.”

Nicole has over 15 years of experience in administration. She is a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children (CASA) and a Maryland Public Notary. Nicole received her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Baltimore, where she is also currently pursuing a master’s degree in Global Affairs and Human Security.