Natasha Mehu, Esq., is the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Government Relations for Baltimore City. As Director, Natasha leads the City’s local, state, and federal legislative affairs. Her team serves as the City’s internal and external liaisons to government agencies on all levels and oversees the Mayor’s participation in various government membership organizations. She previously worked as the Legislative Director for the Maryland Association of Counties (MACo) where she spearheaded MACo's advocacy efforts in Annapolis with a particular focus on policy development, analysis, and advocacy in the areas of business affairs, government liability and courts, health and human services, housing and community development, and public safety and corrections. Prior to working at MACo, Natasha was a project manager for the Home Owners Preserving Equity (HOPE) program within the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development’s Division of Neighborhood Revitalization. Natasha is a graduate of The University of Maryland, College Park, where she earned a B.A. in Communication. She received her J.D. with a certificate in Health Law from The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.
Natasha served as MACo's representative on the Standing Advisory Committee on Opioid-Associated Disease Prevention and Outreach Programs and served on the Board of Directors for the Maryland Government Relations Association (MGRA). She is currently a member of the MGRA and the Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA).