Daniel Koroma is the Maryland legislative District 20 Representative on the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee. Koroma’s experience includes supporting Department of Justice outreach to African parents and sensitizing them about U.S. immigration and travel policies. In addition, Koroma serves as the Business Liaison Officer for Montgomery County government in Maryland.
Koroma is active in local community in Maryland having served as a 2008 volunteer and community organizer with the Obama campaign and became the first African immigrant appointed in the County Executive office in Montgomery County, Maryland. In 2011, Koroma co-founded an organization to educate, register, and get out the vote (GOTV) in immigrant communities.
Originally from Sierra Leone, Koroma holds a Master’s degree in Technology Entrepreneurship from the Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park and completed an Executive Leadership Program at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.