Caitlyn’s interest in immigration was sparked when she attended her father’s Individual Calendar Hearing at age five. After completing her undergraduate degrees, she completed a year of service at Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH), a children’s home in rural Bolivia. During law school, Caitlyn worked on diverse immigration cases and projects through internships at the International Rescue Committee and Novo Legal Group. Caitlyn also participated in the University of Denver’s year-long Immigration Law and Policy Clinic. Caitlyn is thrilled to join the team at the Immigration Center for Women and Children in Los Angeles where she will work with unaccompanied minors.