Kaitlin Seale

Kaitlin Seale is the Program Manager for the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Blue Campaign.  As the Program Manager, Ms. Seale oversees the Department’s anti-human trafficking awareness efforts, coordinating across all Departmental component Agencies. Her efforts include both quantitative and qualitative analytical research and study of substantial operational issues. Ms. Seale directs the Blue Campaign’s external outreach program bringing public awareness to DHS efforts to combat human trafficking by forming partnerships with law enforcement, government, non-governmental and private organizations.

Ms. Seale’s previous experience includes eight years with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), working primarily within the Office of Administration (now the Office of Enterprise Services). She has significant expertise in financial management, executing and managing several multi-million dollar program accounts as a program Budget Officer while streamlining the entire program budget cycle. As a DHS Efficiency Fellow, Ms. Seale assisted the Federal government in identifying solutions for improving program efficacy and cost savings across DHS.


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