Jaelon Terrele Moaney

Jaelon Terrele Moaney is a proud descendant of America’s founding Black families in both Talbot (Copperville and Unionville, MD) and Kent (Georgetown and Worton Point, MD) Counties. As an author, screenwriter, scholar and public servant, he has ensured that the living legacies of the tidewater communities across the Chesapeake—particularly on Maryland’s Eastern Shore—are attributed both the reverence and swotting their soil is due. Currently, Moaney holds a B.A. with honors in Political Science, Africana Studies, Leadership Studies and Environmental Studies (Williams-Mystic S’18), as well as graduate certificates from Yale Law School and Morgan State University. Throughout his journeys along all three U.S. coasts realizing ‘a more perfect union’ and as a Regional Director in the U.S. Senate alike, he has spared no time rolling up his sleeves to champion a better quality of life for all Marylanders and Maryland’s abundance of natural treasures.

Jaelon Terrele Moaney is Regional Director for U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen. Moaney is a proud descendant of America’s founding Black families in both Talbot (Copperville and Unionville, MD) and Kent (Georgetown and Worton Point, MD) Counties. As an author, screenwriter, scholar and public servant, he has ensured that the living legacies of the tidewater communities across the Chesapeake—particularly on Maryland’s Eastern Shore—are attributed both the reverence and swotting their soil is due.

Currently, Moaney holds a B.A. with honors in Political Science, Africana Studies, Leadership Studies and Environmental Studies (Williams-Mystic S’18), as well as graduate certificates from Yale Law School and Morgan State University. Throughout his journeys along all three U.S. coasts realizing ‘a more perfect union’ and as a Regional Director in the U.S. Senate alike, he has spared no time rolling up his sleeves to champion a better quality of life for all Marylanders and Maryland’s abundance of natural treasures.