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The Voter Education Project has been recruited by key decision-makers to plan and execute programs for national stakeholders including, organized labor, 501c3, and 501c4 organizations.

The Voter Education Project has specialized in engagement with marginalized and disenfranchised communities for various projects and using a matrices of tactics.

The Voter Education Project outreach efforts comprises of talent from the communities we work within.

The Voter Education Project is a 100% minority owned business.

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A native Washingtonian, he grew up in Prince George’s Country and is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park.


Khalil began his career on Capitol Hill working for Senator Edward (Ted) M. Kennedy (D-MA) and then joined then Senator Barack Obama’s first Presidential Campaign in Chicago.

Khalil has broad experience leading teams on numerous campaigns and partnerships  on congressional, senatorial and presidential campaigns including work with labor unions and independent expenditures.


Khalil also brings his years of governmental experience from Prince George's County and District of Columbia Government, where he served in key positions and oversaw many projects. 


Program Manager


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Chief of Staff

Chelsea Okoroh serves as a project manager, community activist and community organizer.


Chelsea recently obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from Bowie State University, studying Business Administration. At Bowie State, Chelsea served as the Senior Class Vice President, President of Bowie Women in Business and Political Actions Chair for the NAACP chapter at Bowie State.


Chelsea has a passion for change, advocacy and growth. Coming from then town of Glenarden and now city of Glenarden, Chelsea showed her passion for her community by running for Mayor at the age of 22.

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