Kaitlin Koga is the Chief of Staff of the Bail Project where she coordinates the strategic, human capital and scaling priorities of the organization.
Kaitlin brings a decade of experience working on social justice issues, including over seven years of direct service work with low-income youth and incarcerated individuals, as well as managing over a dozen impact-focused consulting projects with nonprofits and government organizations in the US and abroad. Prior to TBP, Kaitlin led strategy at a prison education non-profit, served as a college counselor in Boston Public Schools, developed criminal justice reform policy at the White House and worked as an associate consultant at a non-profit human capital management firm. Kaitlin has a B.A. in History and Literature from Harvard College and an MBA from the Yale School of Management. She is currently a Board Member of United We Dream, the largest immigrant youth-led network in the country.