Cathryn Paul

Public Policy Director

Representing over 120,000 Black and Latino immigrants and working families, Cathryn Paul serves as the Public Policy Director for CASA. Recently announced as the University of Maryland’s 30 under 30, Cathryn has driven successful campaigns in the Maryland legislature resulting in crucial victories in Maryland, including legislation to end state/local partnership with ICE, expand tax credits to immigrant taxpayers, expand healthcare coverage, and more. Cathryn has also led and supported various other statewide policy reforms, including emergency progressive pandemic response, police reform, and tenant rights. She is a leading voice for immigrant rights in Maryland, and now oversees CASA’s advocacy work across four states – and the federal level. Cathryn is an alumna of the University of Maryland.

Media Mentions:

USA Today: Beyond immigration: ICE’s massive surveillance system has info on most Americans, report says

University of Maryland: Terrapin Club Names Cathryn Paul as Maryland’s 30 under 30

The Washington Post: Maryland legislature overrides Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes of immigration bills

The Baltimore Sun: Think Hogan is doing a good job? Here’s why he’s not | COMMENTARY

The Washington Post: Maryland grants stimulus aid to undocumented immigrants, other noncitizens

The Kojo Nnamdi Show: Show Undocumented: The Pandemic’s Forgotten

WTOP: Advocates seek a universal primary care system for Prince George’s Co. residents without health insurance

Baltimore Sun opinion: Maryland lawmakers should better protect immigrants

Maryland Matters opinion: Why ICE Doesn’t Belong in Hospitals