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Jaylon Herbin

Director of Federal Campaigns

Jaylon Herbin is the director of federal campaigns for the Center for Responsible Lending. He also focuses on outreach development and student loan debt. Prior to joining CRL, Jaylon served as the district liaison for Congresswoman Alma Adams, North Carolina’s 12th Congressional District, where he was responsible for stakeholder engagement and policy review through constituent services. Throughout his professional career, Jaylon has cultivated his skills in relationship building, organizing, and advocating.

Jaylon graduated with a B.A degree in political science from Winston-Salem State University. He is currently pursuing his Master’s in public policy from the Helms School of Government at Liberty University. In his spare time, Jaylon enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, coaching basketball, and playing golf.

Research & Policy

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February 28, 2023 | By The Kristal Knight Show
Jaylon Herbin, Director of Federal Campaigns for the Center for Responsible Lending, joins Kristal to discuss the upcoming showdown as President Biden's student loan forgiveness program...
February 28, 2023 | By Bruce Leshan | WUSA9
Critics say much of the money will go to people who can afford to pay it back. But Jaylon Herbin of the Center for Responsible Lending says it will help low income Americans recover from a pandemic...
February 28, 2023 | By Jon Healey | The Los Angeles Times
Financial experts say there are steps that you can take now to prepare for the aftermath of the court’s decision. First, determine which company is servicing your federal loan or loans so you’ll...
February 10, 2023 | By Annie Nova | CNBC
“Student loan debt is both a product of the racial wealth gap and a tool that exacerbates racial inequality,” said Jaylon Herbin, director of federal campaigns at the Center for Responsible Lending.