The Sex Workers Project is the only organization in the country providing client-centered services to individuals who engage in sex work, regardless of whether they do so by choice, circumstance, or coercion. Baskin directs the legal services, research, and policy advocacy programs of the Sex Workers Project, which are grounded in human rights and harm reduction and in the real life experiences of sex workers and survivors of human trafficking. Sienna Baskin supervises staff attorneys and directly assists clients in remaining in stable housing, accessing safer working conditions and employment options, protecting their legal rights in family court, clearing their criminal records, securing legal immigration status, and fighting police misconduct and hate crimes. Baskin and the Sex Workers Project are currently advocating for passage of a New York law to stop police and prosecutors from confiscating condoms from sex workers. Baskin is a graduate of Hampshire College and the City University of New York School of Law.