Prior to joining Dover, he recently graduated from the National Democratic Training Committee’s Communication Staff Academy. Ayo became interested in politics after he spent a semester volunteering at a domestic violence center in high school, and became involved in electoral politics in 2018 when he joined the Calvin Ball Campaign for County Executive as a campaign aide. He’s also served as an intern at a national security policy and foreign policy non-profit, catering to the needs of Congress members and members of their staff.
He holds a B.A. in History from the University of Maryland focusing on political and economic history.