Kathleen Malia Glynn

  • Hosted by Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network
  • Sponsored by The Morrison & Foerster Foundation
  • Service location Denver, Colorado
  • Law school University of California, Berkeley School of Law
  • Issue area Children/Youth, Immigrant Populations
  • Fellowship class year 2012
  • Program Design Your Own Fellowship

The Project

Kathleen implemented the recommendations of the Colorado Citizenship Pathways Taskforce to improve access to social services and immigration status options for undocumented children and their families with open child welfare cases.

In 2009, Colorado Governor Ritter created the “Citizenship Pathways Taskforce” — a working group of representatives from state and county child welfare offices and from nonprofit organizations — and charged the Taskforce with researching and recommending changes to the way Colorado serves its undocumented children from the child welfare system. This project was the culmination of this Taskforce’s 15-month effort.

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