Amy Cruice is a white woman who has short medium brown hair, is wearing a black long-sleeved shirt and is standing outside in front of a yard with green grass and has her arms crossed.


Legal Program Manager





Amy Cruice is the legal program manager for the ACLU of Maryland. She oversees case investigation, provides litigation support to attorneys, assists with oversight of volunteers and law clerks, and places cases with pro bono law firms. In addition, she organizes the ACLU’s Election Protection campaign for every statewide and national election. She is also the ACLU representative on the Baltimore Civilian Review Board, where she has supported efforts by Board members to create a more impactful organization that is transparent to the Baltimore community.

Amy began her career with the ACLU as a case investigator/community organizer on the Eastern Shore, focusing on race and poverty issues. She has a Bachelors of Arts in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University. In 2018, she received the “Fannie Lou Hamer Award” from the Martin Luther King Jr. Committee of Anne Arundel County.