[photo, Caylin A. Young, Maryland State Delegate] CAYLIN A. YOUNG
Democrat, District 45, Baltimore City

Member of House of Delegates since January 11, 2023. Member, Judiciary Committee, 2023-. Member, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, 2023-.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, October 18, 1987. Attended Baltimore City College; Hampton University, B.S. (mathematics), 2010; School of Law, University of Baltimore, J.D., 2016. Mathematics teacher, Baltimore City Public Schools, 2011. Legislative Assistant, House of Delegates, 2013. Community Outreach Coordinator, Senate President Pro Tem Nathanial McFadden, 2013-14. Legal Fellow, U.S. Senator Cory A. Booker of New Jersey, 2014. Judicial Intern, Maryland Court of Appeals, 2015. Law clerk, Office of State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 2015; Bond & Taylor, LLP, 2017. Public Policy Counsel, American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland, 2018-19. Director of Legislative Affairs, City of Baltimore, 2019-21. Director of Public Policy, ACLU of Maryland, 2021. .

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