Policy and Advocacy Associate
Caitlyn Passaretti manages CCC’s policy and advocacy work related to child welfare and youth justice portfolios. Her work focuses on improving outcomes for children, youth, and families involved in the child welfare and justice systems, specifically working to keep families together and policies supporting restorative and transformative justice.
Prior to joining CCC, Caitlyn was a National Organizing Manager centering cis and transgender Black girls and gender expansive youth of color in policy and advocacy both locally and nationally to change the current state of policy that harms Black girls and gender expansive youth. In addition, she has worked in homeless services, organizing to abolish the criminal/legal system and internationally with the United Nations supporting youth programming. Caitlyn is a licensed social worker and holds a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University.