Kaylyn is a third-year law student at Quinnipiac University School of Law. She has been a member of the Human Trafficking Prevention Project for three years, where she has served as a Training Chair and currently serves as the Executive Chairwoman. Kaylyn co-authored HTPP’s Introduction to Human Trafficking training, certified over 50 of HTPP’s general members as official trainers, and has trained scores of hospitality workers, lawyers, and healthcare professionals on how to identify and properly report human trafficking. She has been actively involved with the Quinnipiac University School of Law Civil Justice Clinic, where she represented foreign-born victims of human trafficking and advocated for the expansion of Connecticut’s vacatur law. She takes a special interest in the overlap of immigration and human trafficking and hopes to practice immigration law after graduation.