Brielle Morton is a Voting Rights Trainer for the Prepared to Vote and Voting Rights Defender Projects. She has two years of experience working in state policy advocacy in Maryland. Before joining LDF, Brielle interned for the Public Policy Department of the ACLU of Maryland working on topics including voting rights, police accountability, and education equity. She was heavily involved in campus activism at the University of Maryland and organized a supply drive in six locations throughout Prince George’s and Montgomery County for protesters and residents of D.C. during the protests of summer 2020.
Most recently, Brielle began volunteering with a court watch program, Life After Release, to aid in court accountability and documenting bail hearing outcomes. Brielle heavily champions solidarity across the Black and Brown diasporas and seeks to continue building connections in the journey to take on systemic inequality. Brielle is a recent graduate from the University of Maryland College Park with a degree in Political Science with a Concentration in International Relations and a minor in Spanish.