Meet Mahasin

Prince George’s County is my home. I was born and raised in Camp Springs. I’m a proud product of Prince George’s County Public Schools and a graduate of Suitland High School and Thomas G. Pullen. In 2003, I received my bachelor’s degree in public relations from the University of Florida and J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2009. 

I started my legal career with a clerkship with Prince George’s County Circuit Court Associate Judge Beverly J. Woodard (retired). I was fortunate to have the opportunity to give back to the Prince George’s County community as a family law attorney with Maryland Legal Aid. I also worked as an associate attorney for the Law Offices of Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., P.A. before being elected as the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County in 2018.

I’m a member of the Prince George’s County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, Maryland Circuit Court Clerks’ Association, Conference of the Circuit Court Clerks, Camp Springs Civic Association and Prince George’s County Police Department District IV Citizens Advisory Council. I served as the President of the J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association, Inc., Maryland’s largest minority bar association.

It is with the dedication and love of my parents, Hassan and Martha El-Amin that I’m the person I am today. My family is incredibly important to me because I’m the last of seven children, with 10 nieces and nephews and 6 great nieces and nephews. Living a healthy lifestyle is one of my top priorities. I enjoy running long distances, including 50 milers and full marathons around the United States.