Rondell Treviño is the Founder and President of The immigration Coalition—a non-profit organization providing clean drinking water, food, and education to Latinos, Immigrants, Migrants, and Asylum-Seekers along the Southern Border and in Latin America. Rondell speaks on issues of Immigration from a biblical perspective at Churches, organizations, and conferences around the United States. Rondell has written and has been featured in several publications, including The Gospel Coalition, Christianity Today, and The Washington Post. Treviño received a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies from Belhaven University and a Master of Divinity from Capital Seminary and Graduate School. Rondell is happily married to Laura Treviño, and is the proud father to Sofia Treviño and Charlotte Treviño.
Anna Rodell, Editorial Director
Anna Rodell began serving as the Editorial Director of The immigration Coalition in May 2020. She is a Ph.D. student in Curriculum & Instruction at the University of Florida with an M.A. in Latin American Studies (UF 2019). A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Anna worked in immigrant legal services for three years prior to beginning her graduate studies and continues to seek opportunities to serve immigrant communities. Driven by the active lifework of Jesus Christ, she is committed to the pursuit of racial justice, opportunity equity, and language diversity in education.