amona Amin takes pride in knowing that her work as an assistant attorney general representing the Division of Neighborhood Revitalization (NR) helps Marylanders in many ways. The division provides grant and loan programs for a wide variety of services.
NR grants help the homeless, provide counseling for first-time homebuyers and homeowners facing possible foreclosure, as well as fund community development projects. Its small business loan program helps create jobs, revitalize neighborhoods and revive vacant buildings, said Amin, who earned her law degree in 1998 from the University of Chicago Law School.
“It’s important to me that the programs grow because the work my clients do has a tangible effect on so many people and communities throughout the state, including some of the most vulnerable members of our communities,” said Amin, who has been with the attorney general’s office for more than eight years.
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