I’ve lived and worked in an immigrant community, through the context of Solidarity, for the last 12 years. I currently serve as the Immigration Initiative Director for Solidarity, help to lead the Orange County Evangelical Immigration Table, and am the founder and director of Camino Immigration Services, an initiative of Solidarity that provides quality and affordable legal counsel on immigration matters. I graduated from Hope International University with a BA in Inter Cultural Studies and am accredited by the Department of Justice to practice Immigration law. I live in Orange County, CA with my husband and 3 wild children that have come to us both biologically and through the foster care system. I am passionate about the Church being all it was intended to be, seeing my immigrant neighbors live into their value and worth, helping folks on the front line of justice work find Jesus through the chaos, and soccer. Lots and lots of soccer.