About Delegate Gerron Levi
Maryland House of Delegates, 23A
Bowie, Mitchellville, Lanham-Seabrook, Glenn Dale, So. Laurel
Lawyer/Federal Registered Lobbyist
Assistant Director, Legislative Department, AFL-CIO
Legislative Representative, Laborers’ Intl. Union of North America
Legislative Assistant, U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)
Legislative Correspondent, U.S. Representative Gus Savage
House Judiciary Committee;
House Special Committee on Drug and Alcohol Abuse
House Work Group to Study Maryland Law Regarding Access to Firearms and Sharing of Health Information;
Prince George's County Delegation, Bi-County Committee Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland
Women Legislators of Maryland
Prince George’s County Historical and Cultural Trust
Task Force on Prisoner Re-Entry
University of California, Berkeley
Howard University, School of Law
Delegate Gerron Levi is an attorney and served from 2002 to 2009 as Assistant Director of the Legislative Department at the AFL-CIO, a federation of over 50 national and international labor organizations. She lobbied the U.S. Congress, Senate and the Executive Branch on national policy affecting fair wages and working conditions, health care, pensions, immigration, and workplace safety and health. She worked with both Democrats and Republicans to build a majority of votes in Congress. Gerron Levi presents at legislative conferences across the country and has been a spokesperson on forums, radio programs and in print media. From 1995 to 2002, she was Legislative Representative for the Laborers’ International Union of North America.
While serving as legislative assistant for U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) on judiciary issues, she helped the Senator draft important campaign finance legislation and pass a ban on semi-automatic assault weapons. Gerron Levi also served on the staff of Congressman Gus Savage (D-IL) where she worked on environmental issues and constituent services.
Other Community Involvement
Delegate Gerron Levi is an active member of the Woodmore community. She has served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Woodmore Homeowner’s Association, as the community’s newsletter editor, and is a founding member of the Woodmore Friendship Council, which seeks to build a greater sense of community through events that bring neighbors and communities together. The Council’s inaugural garden tour was featured in the July/August 2005 edition of the national “Homes of Color” magazine.
She served as a member of the Prince George’s County Council’s Church Road Task Force and as a member of the Bowie and Vicinity Master Plan developing tier focus group. She is an active member of her church, From the Heart Church Ministries, and she enjoys skiing, swimming, hiking, biking and just about any outdoor activity.