Lynn Tramonte is the Deputy Director at America’s Voice and America’s Voice Education Fund, two Washington, DC-based immigrant advocacy groups, where she oversees the organizations’ day-to-day operations. Prior to assuming a leadership role at AV/AVEF, Lynn worked at the National Immigration Forum for eight years doing legislative and communications work. She is a veteran of numerous legislative battles, including the comprehensive immigration reform debates in 2006 and 2007, and led the nationwide campaign to defeat federal legislation that would turn state and local police into immigration agents and undermine community policing. Lynn is a nationally respected advocate, coalition-builder, and writer and is regularly quoted in English and Spanish language media. She started her career in immigration as a consultant to the Immigration and Naturalization Service, after graduating with a Bachelor’s degree from Denison University in Granville, Ohio.