Roxana Campbell came to the United States in 1982, escaping a civil war in her beloved country of El Salvador. When the government threatened her father’s life her parents fled with her and her younger brother to the United States to reunite with her father’s family in the Northwest. She was five years old at the time. Roxana is the first on her mother’s side to graduate high school and college. Justice in immigration has been a passion in Roxana’s life due to being directly affected by its complex and often painful process. She also has witnessed numerous family members being treated unfairly and indiscriminately by US immigration policies. Therefore, when giving the opportunity through her personal story and family narrative, she speaks out for reform and puts a human face to the topic. Roxana Campbell and her husband Tory Campbell pastor Irvington Covenant Church in Portland, OR where they lead a multi ethnic congregation. She has three children who are the pride and joy of her life.