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Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby was thrust into the spotlight when Freddie Gray died at the hands of police.

She announced on Friday that the six officers involved are being charged and that Gray’s death is being ruled a homicide.

In no time Mosby became an instant celebrity and was top trending on social media. Here’s what you need to know about her.

If she looks young to you, it’s because she is

Mosby is only 35 years old and has been in office for three months. She is the youngest chief prosecutor of any major city in America. After graduating from law school, Mosby joined the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office.

She’s a Bostonian

A native of Boston, Mass., her mother, father and grandfather were police officers. Mosby was a student participant in the nationally renowned school desegregation program, Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO). She got interested in law after the murder of her cousin in 1994.

She’s an HBCU graduate

Mosby is a first-generation college graduate earning her degree from Tuskegee University in Political Science. She earned her law degree from Boston College Law School.

She was predicted to make change

She was named twice, in 2013 and 2014, as one of the Baltimore Sun’s 50 Women to Watch; Baltimore Magazine’s Top 40 under 40 in 2014; and the Daily Record’s 2013, Leading Women.

She’s a mentor

She is a Board Advisor and Treasurer for the Christian School of Dance, LLC, and is the President of Empowering Minds of Maryland’s Youth (E.M.M.Y) where she not only mentors adolescent girls, but is also the College Tour Coordinator for the organization.

She’s a mom

Mosby is married to Nick J. Mosby, 7th District Baltimore City Councilman. They have two daughters.