Kaïa joined ICS in August of 2018. Prior to that she worked with unaccompanied children in Tucson, Arizona for two years. She earned her BA from Oberlin College, and while there spent a semester studying border issues and migration through the Border Studies Program in Tucson.
Kaïa is dedicated to supporting children throughout the often intimidating and dehumanizing legal process. She is passionate about access to justice for marginalized communities and endeavors to bring a compassionate and trauma-informed approach to her work. In her free time, Kaïa enjoys baking bread, biking, and exploring new places.