Brooke Lierman is the 34th Comptroller of the state of Maryland and the first woman to be independently elected to one of our state’s constitutional offices. After running a strong, policy-focused and grassroots-led two-year campaign, she was elected with over 60% of the vote in November 2022. She is an attorney by training, practicing as a civil rights and disability rights lawyer for many years, and prior to her election as Comptroller, she served for 8 years a member of the House of Delegates representing part of Baltimore City.

While in the House, she spent time in leadership roles on both the Appropriations Committee and the Environment and Transportation Committee. Additionally, she was the House Chair for the Joint Committee on Pensions, sat on the Joint Committee on Ending Homelessness, and founded the Maryland Transit Caucus. Brooke successfully passed landmark legislation to invest in and improve public transit and public schools; end suspension and expulsion of young students; fund evidence-based gun violence prevention programs; aid sex trafficking victims; close loopholes in affordable housing laws, and create the office of statewide broadband.

As Comptroller, she is dedicated to creating a Maryland that is more equitable, more resilient, and more prosperous so that all Marylanders can reach their full potential. She and her husband and two school-age children live in Baltimore City.


Read some of Brooke’s published work and media mentions!

May 1, 2023
After first 100 days, Lierman hopeful about modernization of comptroller’s office, possibilities for state policy changes
April 28, 2023
Op-Ed: 100 Days in, Brooke Lierman revamps office for the 21st century
April 26, 2023
Maryland Comptroller Brooke Lierman pushes for modernization during first 100 days in office
March 2, 2023
Comptroller Brooke Lierman hosts policy stakeholders to discuss legislative priorities benefitting Maryland taxpayers
February 28, 2023
Lierman transition team recommendations: improve customer service, boost minority business participation
January 16, 2023
Brooke Lierman sworn in as Maryland’s first female comptroller