Rondell Treviño is the Founder of The immigration Project—a faith-based organization that inspires the Church to view Immigration and love Immigrants the way God intended. Before founding The immigration Project, Rondell worked as a Southeast Mobilizer for the Evangelical Immigration Table. Rondell speaks on issues of Immigration from a biblical perspective at Churches, organizations, and conferences throughout the country, and meets with legislators on how to better create, implement, and sustain just and good Immigration policies and practices geared toward the flourishing of society. Rondell received a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies from Belhaven University (2014), and a Master of Divinity from Capital Seminary and Graduate School (2016). Rondell is happily married to Laura Treviño, and is the proud father to Sofia Treviño.
Matthew Walje is a data visualization analyst with a passion for where the Gospel meets international relations. His day job is working as a Business Intelligence Analyst for a firm in Kansas City, MO. Prior to that he worked as a Project Manager for the Oceans Beyond Piracy Project, helping to educate international organizations, navies, and shipping companies understand the phenomenon of maritime piracy and facilitating support for its victims. Matthew served in the Marine Corps, with deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan, and served in Norway as a part of Operation Cold Response, in addition to serving as the Staff NCOIC for an All-Source Fusion Platoon. He has an MA in International Human Rights from the University of Denver, and BAs in International Relations and Political Science from William Jewell College. Matthew is married to Tessa Walje, and is a foster father.
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