Londyn 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 and currently serves as the Vice Executive Chairwoman. Londyn has previously educated various individuals on the prevalence of human trafficking in Connecticut and trained both healthcare professionals and lawyers on identifying human trafficking in their respective workplace settings. Last year, she was able to work with and represent individuals seeking U Visas and T Visas as well as advocate for the expansion of Connecticut's vacatur law through the Quinnipiac University Civil Justice Clinic. Upon her graduation in May, Londyn hopes to continue advocating for better policies and laws to protect trafficked persons.