Freya Riedlin, Federal Policy Counsel
Freya joined the Center in 2017, where she engages in federal administrative advocacy related to reproductive rights. Previously, she was responsible for tracking and analyzing state legislation and regulations affecting reproductive rights to support the Center’s clients and state partners as the Center’s State Legislative Fellow.
She joins the Center following a fellowship at the National Partnership for Women & Families, where she worked closely with the senior policy counsel to provide legal research, writing, and analysis on key reproductive health policy issues.
Freya graduated cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School, where she represented victims of labor- and sex-trafficking as a student attorney in the Human Trafficking Clinic and drafted child welfare legislation for consideration in the Michigan Legislature as a member of the Legislation Clinic. She also co-founded a pro bono project for pregnant and parenting minors, and served as Executive Editor and Article Editor of the Michigan Journal of Gender & Law.
Freya received her Bachelor of Arts in Asian Languages and Civilization from Amherst College.
Freya is fluent in German.