Kayla Gebeck Carroll is an attorney in Holland & Knight's Public Policy and Regulation Group. Ms. Gebeck Carroll provides strategic advice and counsel as well as developing federal advocacy strategies for corporations, coalitions, tribal governments and Alaska Native Corporations before Congress and the executive branch. Ms. Gebeck Carroll's areas of focus include agriculture, trade, natural resources, environment, transportation, tax, appropriations, economic development and diversification, government contracts, self-governance, social services, trust land and United States-Canada border crossing.
Ms. Gebeck Carroll develops and advocates for legislation and federal policies in these focus areas as well as coordinating and preparing clients to testify at congressional and agency roundtables, hearings and listening sessions. Additionally, she advises clients on new guidance and legislation affecting their governments, enterprises and members through informational webinars, regular reporting and effective briefing materials. To achieve client results, Ms. Gebeck Carroll maintains close relationships with an array of congressional and agency staffers. She has particular experience working with the U.S. Department of Interior (DOI), U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Ms. Gebeck Carroll served as a policy analyst for the Native American Finance Officers Association. In this position, Ms. Gebeck Carroll advocated the views and concerns of tribal governments in the areas of access to capital, tax and finance policy.
- Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians
- Georgetown University Law Center, J.D.
- University of London, M.A.
- Dartmouth College, B.A.
- District of Columbia
- Bar Association of the District of Columbia
- Well-Read Native, Co-Founder, 2020-Present
- Holland & Knight Pro Bono All-Star, 2019-2020
- Bryce Harlow Foundation, Fellow, 2019-2020
- Bryce Harlow Foundation, Fellow, 2018-2019