Newsletter | Winter 2014
Vol. 18, Issue No. 1
Carson Osberg joined AI Justice’s Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking Program, where she represents survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.
A Public Interest/Public Service (PIPS) Scholar at the American University Washington College of Law, she focused on immigration law and workers’ rights and participated in WCL’s Immigrant Justice Clinic. An active volunteer and student organization member, Carson also spearheaded her school’s Equal Justice Foundation and co-chaired the Immigrants’ Rights Coalition.
Prior to law school, Carson worked for the International Organization for Migration (IOM), managing a program providing family reunification assistance for human trafficking survivors. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Tufts University, speaks Spanish, and has lived in Spain, Mexico, and Ecuador.
“I’m thrilled to join AI Justice’s great team of advocates and to be able to pursue my passion for serving low-income immigrant crime and violence survivors. Hello, dream job!”