Akil is the founder and President of Community Advocacy Consultants. His goal was to help others have a voice in the political world by helping them navigate the world of government relations and operations. He has seen first hand how big companies, over priced lobbyist and structural systems that have kept the American voters out of the process. When the people in his community are hurting he himself was hurting and so with the resources of National Partners and local friends Akil set out to change how Lobbying is done not only in Maryland, but across the country one location at a time.
Marly Cardona Moz
Marly currently serves a four year term as a Hispanic Commissioner for the Baltimore City’s Mayor’s office of Immigrant Affairs (MIMA). She is tasked with heading both the Education and Health Sub-Committees which recommend priorities to be addressed by the Mayor and City Council. Her Education work focuses on equitable resources for the foreign born and immigrant communities of youth in Baltimore City.
Joshua is a leader and visionary who advocates on behalf of the community. He was a 2016 candidate for mayor of Baltimore, garnering more than 25,000 votes. He is dedicated to creating attainable solutions for the challenges Baltimore and similar urban cities face around the nation. As co-founder of Hollins Creative Placemaking, he leads initiatives that foster urban revitalization by including the use of art and the creative processes. Active in the fight for social justice, he has remained committed to public safety reform and has also served the state of Maryland, doing policy work for a state representative. He is proud to have worked on and been lead sponsor of legislation that made it legal for police in the state to wear body cameras. His community involvement extends to community leadership, as he sits on the Baltimore’s Promise Mentoring Task Force, and has been the youngest member on several boards.
Jadeysa currently works as a Information Technology Specialist at the Internal Revenue Services. Her job responsibility as a program analysis included Data Entry of Financial Transaction into WebBIMS (internal financial system), Loading Overhead Invoices to Tracking Sheet used for Account Reconciliation, Tracking the OIG Shipping Account Expenditures and Preparing Data Analysis,Collaborating with Component Contact on Quarterly Transhare File Review, Coordinating Time Sensitive Materials for Budget Briefings, and Contributing New Ideas for Efficiency and/or Data Visualization.
Director of Technology and Data
Kevin although young has accomplished much, he currently serves as the Director of Technology and Data for community Advocacy consultants. He started his undergraduate career at Bowie State University, where he was a member of the student government associate for his whole of his three years there. While a member of the SGA, Kevin sat on numerous boards, and committees. He also represented Bowie State University in the University of Maryland System Student Counsel, where he sat on the budget and finance committee. He later finished bachelors in Political Science in 2017 at University of Maryland, Baltimore County.After graduating Kevin worked with multiple non-profit organizations throughout Baltimore and Washington D.C. In 2017 Kevin was hired as the Policy Specialist for MedChi, The Maryland State Medical Society, where he overlooks medical policies for Maryland and created a steady growth of traffic through the Legislative Advocacy portal.