Caitlin joined JCWI in July 2019 to lead on the EU citizens project, campaigning for EU citizens' rights through reform of the EU Settlement Scheme and monitoring its impact particularly for marginalised groups most at risk of slipping through the cracks in the scheme. She now works on policy and advocacy in all JCWI's campaign areas.

Prior to JCWI she worked as an Advocate & Outreach Worker, providing one-to-one support for migrant women affected by the criminal justice system and immigration restrictions.

Before working in the migration sector, Caitlin studied for a Masters in Gender & Law at SOAS, writing her thesis on the UK asylum system's treatment of LGBTQ asylum seekers.