Elsha Aemero is a Black woman looking at the camera, is smiling, has long dark hair with some pulled back, head tilted to the left of the picture. She is wearing a gray long-sleeve shirt. She is stanidng outside with a light soft out of focus background.

Title/Position

Voting Rights - Legal Intern

Department

Legal

Pronouns

she/her/hers

Elsha Aemero is the Voting Rights Intern at the ACLU of Maryland. Her primary responsibilities include facilitating the legal team in research, writing, and monitoring pertinent legislation to ultimately defend civil rights and civil liberties in Maryland.

Elsha is currently a senior at the George Washington University studying Political Science and minoring in Journalism and Mass Communication. At GW, she is the Co-President of their chapter of Democracy Matters, a national grassroots student organization that is dedicated to deepening democracy. She is also Vice President of the Undergraduate Chapter of the Black Law Student Association. Prior to interning at ACLU-MD, Elsha interned at the ECDC Refugee Resettlement Agency, The Eurasia Center, GW’s School of Media and Public Affairs, Women’s Congressional Policy Institute, and Issue One.