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Tara Huffman, JD Biography

Former Executive Director for Justice Maryland
Pro to the question "Should People Who Have Completed Felony Sentences Be Allowed to Vote?"

“You should be eligible to vote as soon as your feet hit the street. You paid your debt.”

“Tara Andrews Candidate for MD Senate Focuses on African American Men Not Voting,” by C. Fraser Smith, The Baltimore Sun</i?, Aug. 20, 2006

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Adjunct Instructor, Norwich University, June 2014-present
  • Adjunct Instructor, Community College of Baltimore County, Jan. 2013-present
  • Owner and CEO, Joy Full Coaching, LLC, June 2012-present
  • Deputy Executive Director for Policy and Programs, Coalition for Juvenile Justice, Apr. 2007-Aug. 2012
  • Director of Advocacy, American Lung Association, 2006-2007
  • Former Board Member (at large), Justice Policy Institute
  • Executive Director, Justice Maryland (formerly the Maryland Justice Coalition), 2002-2006
  • Maryland State Senate candidate, 2006
  • Part-time Hotline Attorney, Women’s Law Center of Maryland
  • Former Adjunct Professor, Coppin State University
  • Former Chair, Maryland Juvenile Justice Coalition
  • Former Civil Rights Attorney, Public Justice Center
  • JD, University of Maryland School of Law, 1998
  • BA, Sociology, Bowling Green State University, 1996
  • Previously used name Tara Andrews
Quoted in:
  1. Are People with Felony Convictions More Likely to Vote for Democrats over Republicans?