Camille Guevara Fesche
Attorney/Government Relations Consultant
Alexander & Cleaver, P.A.
A theme of Camille Guevara Fesche’s career has been guiding people through complex systems so they achieve their goals.
Fesche, attorney and government relations consultant with Alexander & Cleaver, P.A. in Annapolis, helped build the first comprehensive 311 call center in New York in Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration so that millions of people could have access to the services they need and hold the government accountable for providing those services.
As a bankruptcy law practitioner, she helped people pick up the broken pieces of their lives and find a way forward through a complicated and obtuse system. Currently, she helps clients navigate the legislative and political system to protect people’s rights and secure better opportunities. “I am an effective advocate for a diverse group of clients with complicated and nuanced issues before legislative and procurement decision-makers,” she said.
During the 2017 Maryland General Assembly legislative session, Fesche represented the Maryland Public Library Administrators and worked with the organization to pass legislation that reorganized the Maryland Department of Education. The newly created State Library Agency will work to help libraries continue to thrive and serve all members of the community, including those who lack the resources to access the internet and educational materials, she said.
Outside of the office, Fesche donates her time and energy to the Ecuadent Foundation that brings volunteer medical and dental care to children in need, as well as to her college and law school—The Johns Hopkins University and Georgetown University Law Center.