Kaily joined Surfrider San Diego as the Chapter’s Policy Coordinator in 2019, having previously been a Surfrider Foundation Legal Intern from 2015 through 2016 with the O‘ahu Chapter and Headquarters respectively.  From beach clean-ups to legislative hearings and everything in between, she enjoys nearly all aspects of grass roots organizing and community advocacy.  Originally from San Diego, Kaily graduated from the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law in 2017 and holds certificates in Environmental and Native Hawaii law in addition to her Juris Doctor degree.  When not advocating for coastal policies, Kaily loves surfing, beach combing, and spending time with her family.