As an undergraduate Ms. Jemmott became involved in civil and human rights anti-apartheid advocacy initiatives. Upon Graduation, she staffed a National Council of Churches project, "Stand for Truth Until South Africa is Free" - National Lobby Day for Comprehensive Sanctions, 1989 June 16 and served on the South African Women's Day Committee. Ms. Jemmott interned with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and served as an Electoral Observer for the first Free South African Elections for exiles living in Washington DC., has been a National Organizer and Board Member of an anti-nuclear policy organization lobbying to redirect federal discretionary budget spending to human needs.
Ms. Jemmott has also served as an electoral observer for elections in Guatemala and as Coordinator of Volunteers for the 30th Anniversary of the March on Washington. Subsequently, served as a Research Associate for the Human Radiation Experiments Litigation Project and as an advocate regarding other Environmental Justice issues including coordinating the participation of Environmental Justice advocates in the Environmental Protection Agency's Common Sense Initiative.
Ms. Jemmott has e-discovery management experience (including a staff of 14 during a year-long tobacco trial) and over 20 years of nonprofit board/management experience and experience as a Proposal Grant Reviewer for Leadership for a Changing World, A Ford Foundation Funded Program.
Admitted to: the Maryland Bar; U.S., District Court of Maryland; U.S. Supreme Court and the District of Columbia Bar. Specialties: Experiences include: CINA (Child Welfare/Juvenile Law) and Family Law Litigation, Regulations, Business Law, Legislative Advocacy, International Law and EEO Mediations.
Currently, Ms. Jemmott serves as an Attorney for the Counsel for Child Abuse and Neglect Office in Washington DC as Best Interest Counsel with Prince George's County Family Law Division and has a Family Law, Personal Injury and General Practice.