Kristin joined LAJC in 2017 as a Gallogly Family Foundation Public Interest Fellow focused on providing legal services to immigrant women in Northern Virginia’s cleaning industry. In 2019, she was hired as a staff attorney to provide emergency immigration services to Arlington residents facing imminent deportation. Since 2021, Kristin has served as an attorney with LAJC’s Virginia Justice Project for Farm and Immigrant Workers. Previously, Kristin worked as an outreach paralegal with the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Immigrant Justice Program in Atlanta, Georgia, where she supported litigation on behalf of low-income immigrant workers in the South. She graduated summa cum laude from American University Washington College of Law as a Public Interest/ Public Service Scholar in 2017. She holds a B.A. in History from the University of Michigan.