Meet the Team
Elder Justice and At-Risk Adults Project Director
Scott Ehlfeldt has been a career prosecutor for the last 20 years. He began working in 2001 at the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office, handling all types of cases from drug offenses to homicides. After completing various courtroom and other special assignments, he began serving in the in the Elder Abuse Unit. The Wayne County Elder Abuse Unit is focused on the vertical prosecution of cases involving the financial exploitation, physical abuse, and murder of vulnerable adults under Michigan law. Mr. Ehlfeldt remained in that unit until 2013, when he accepted a position with the Livingston County Prosecutor’s Office. There, he continued to handle cases involving vulnerable adult victims, in addition to managing a full caseload of various other offenses. He also served as a member of the Livingston County Elder Abuse Coalition through Livingston County Catholic Charities. Mr. Ehlfeldt was hired as the Elder Justice and At-Risk Adults Project Director for PAAM in early 2021. He is a 1998 graduate of Western Michigan University with a BA in Political Science. He obtained his Juris Doctorate from the Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University in 2001.
Elder Justice and At-Risk Adults Project Coordinator
Katlyn Bolan is the Elder Justice and At-Risk Adults Project Coordinator. Ms. Bolan joined PAAM in April of 2021. She has previous experience in the banking industry and is currently pursuing a Criminal Justice Degree with Ferris State University.