Roah Hassan, serving Baltimore County
Roah Hassan (she/her) is a Muslim-American, activist, and the daughter of Egyptian immigrants. Calling Baltimore County home, she works diligently to give back to the community that raised her and encourage other young people to do the same. Roah serves as a youth activist, organizing youth-led rallies for racial justice at the local and state level. She founded and directs Mic Up, Maryland, a youth organization aimed to amplify the youth voice and empower the next generation of leaders and activists to pursue the change they believe is imperative. Roah, in her pursuits, has pushed for safer learning environments in Maryland and Baltimore County. She advocates for the presence and importance of women in STEM and in leadership and unwaveringly promotes youth involvement in civic engagement and the power of their respective voices.
Roah serves as the 42nd Baltimore County Public Schools Student Member of the Board-Elect, to be sworn in on July 1st where she will continue to work to guarantee youth involvement in civic spaces and advocate for the undeniable needs of students across the county. Taking her passion to every civic space she encounters, Roah looks forward to uplifting the next generation of youth in service.