Toni Holness is the Public Policy Counsel for the ACLU of Maryland. She advocates for reform in the Maryland General Assembly on a range of issues, including freedom of expression, criminal justice, reproductive freedom, and other civil liberties issues. Before joining the ACLU, she was a Staff Attorney with Maryland Legal Aid and a Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellow at Georgetown University Law Center. She is a graduate of Temple University, where she completed a Master of Arts in Economics alongside her law degree. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania.