Lindy Aldrin, Esq., has been with the Victim Rights Law Center (VRLC) since 2007, becoming Deputy Director in 2010. Along with managing the daily activities of the VRLC, she also manages the Boston office’s four staff attorneys who represent hundreds of victims of sexual assault across the Commonwealth in a wide range of legal areas. With almost 50% of the VRLC’s clients under the age of 24, Lindy frequently works to ensure that sexual assault victims stay their educational course, helping to curtain and ameliorate the often devastating impact of the assault on the victim’s safety, housing, employment, scholarships, and extracurricular activities. As staff on the VRLC’s national Office of Violence Against Women’s (OVW) Training and Technical Assistance grant, Lindy trains around the country on a number of topics, including Title IX and Campus Sexual Assault Response. In February 2014, Lindy was invited by the White House Task Force to lend her expertise on Title IX and victim confidentiality and she continues to consult with the Task Force on these issues.