Kelly Madigan

Inspector General, Baltimore County

Kelly Madigan has served as the Inspector General for the Baltimore County Office of the Inspector General since the inception of the Office in January of 2020. A native of California, Kelly attended the University of Michigan and received her B.A. in History before moving to Maryland and attending the University of Baltimore School of Law where she graduated magna cum laude, was a member of the Heuisler Honor Society and was the recipient of the Law Faculty Award upon graduation. Kelly was a career prosecutor prior to being appointed Inspector General. She was an Assistant State’s Attorney for Baltimore City for over eleven (11) years trying homicide, complex wire-tap and other general felony cases. She also served as a supervisor for the Misdemeanor Trial Unit where she mentored young attorneys honing their trial skills After leaving the State’s Attorney’s Office for Baltimore City, Kelly became an Assistant State Prosecutor with the Office of the State Prosecutor trying political corruption cases. Kelly was with the Office of the State Prosecutor for four (4) years where she rose to become both the Deputy State Prosecutor and then Acting State Prosecutor prior to her becoming the first Inspector General for the Office of the Inspector General.