Jennie Guilfoyle

Deputy Director of Programs, Immigration Justice Campaign

Jennie Guilfoyle is the Deputy Director of Programs for the Immigration Justice Campaign at the American Immigration Council.  Before joining the Council, she spent four years as an Attorney Adviser at the State Department in the Bureau of Consular Affairs, working on issues ranging from citizenship to intercountry adoption. Prior to that, she worked for many years as a Senior Training Attorney at the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, designing and leading in-person and online trainings on a wide range of immigration law topics.  She also worked at Church World Service, where she trained refugee resettlement programs on immigration law and program management. She began her legal career as an Equal Justice Works fellow at the New York Association for New Americans, where she represented asylum and VAWA applicants. She holds a J.D. from New York University School of Law, and a B.A. in English from Harvard College.

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