Nicolee Ambrose impressively attended The Johns Hopkins University, where she received a B.A. in International Relations, and the Peabody Conservatory of Music, where she received a B.M. in vocal performance, at the same time. Notably, The Baltimore Sun has called Nicolee the most inspiring graduate of her Johns Hopkins class. She then went on to earn an M.M. summa cum laude at Arizona State University. After completing her educational journey, Nicolee was eager to return to Maryland where she planted her forever roots.

Nicolee immediately followed her passion and began working in community affairs, specifically matters affecting children, education, and everyday life such as affordability. Ambrose has been extensively involved in her community, where she runs a charity to help mothers in Baltimore, one of America’s deepest-blue cities, while also fighting to save a Baltimore-area magnet school.

Nicolee also serves as the National Chairman of the Young Republicans and the Maryland Young Republicans all while she is running for Congress in the second district of Maryland. A long-time grassroots activist, Ambrose has successfully mobilized Republicans statewide in one of America’s toughest states for conservatives. Maryland’s second district has been a tough battle for Republicans, but Nicolee can win this fight. FreedomWorks for America has full confidence that Ambrose’s background and character make her the ideal choice to represent Maryland’s redrawn second congressional district in Washington.

Candidate’s Issues of Focus:

  • Education Reform / School Choice
  • Affordability and Energy Independence
  • Funding public safety

Commentary:

  • Nicolee has served as a Baltimore Commissioner for Architectural and Historical Preservation, a board member of the American Council for Young Political Leaders, and as the Secretary of the Maryland State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
  • She has served as Room Mom in each of her three children’s classrooms.