Iesha Brooks is a proud native of Montgomery and graduate of the Montgomery Public School Magnet Program. She serves her community in various roles, to include being the Vice President of her neighborhood association and participating in a national Community Revitalization Fellowship for the City of Montgomery. Brooks was recognized by Montgomery Public School as the “Parent of the Year” and by ASU ASPIRE as “Mentor of the Year.” She is featured in the ACLU magazine as an “Activist in Conservative Country,” and in Faulkner Magazine for her work on the Mayor’s Young Professional Council. Brooks has volunteered and worked on local, state-wide, and national political campaigns and has had the pleasure of being a Legislative Fellow. With her experience in politics, Brooks decided to start a business, Brooks Community Solutions, LLC, to work with residents, local leaders, and public officials in their efforts to promote more positive interaction between citizens and government. Her passion for service has landed her in several chapter and national leadership roles in student organizations at Alabama State University and Jones School of Law. While she currently serves as a Class Senator for the Student Bar Association, Brooks is most proud to have helped the law school deliver over 13,000 meals (and counting) to seniors as a regular Meals on Wheels volunteer. She currently works as a full-time indigent defense investigator and plans to practice public interest law after graduation.