REMEMBRANCE PROJECT MOVES CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS TO WASHINGTON, DC
WASHINGTON, DC – Maria Espinoza, Co-founder and National Director of The Remembrance Project, today announced it is moving its corporate headquarters to Washington, DC, just blocks from the House and Senate Office buildings.
Espinoza’s ‘stolen lives’ families and angel moms exploded onto the 2016 Presidential scene when, just 3 weeks after Donald Trump’s controversial entry into the GOP Presidential Primary. Five of her stolen lives families appeared exclusively with Trump in the first-ever press conference at the Beverly Wilshire in Los Angeles, California.
Espinoza, nationally recognized as the foremost expert on the impacts of illegal alien killings on American families, brought dozens of families to the nation’s first-ever national conference in September 2016 where candidate Donald Trump delivered the keynote address.
With its corporate office in Houston, Texas, the Washington office will become the focal point of its operations where the group will support the President’s flagship program for American Victims Of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE).
As reported in hannity.com, just over a month after Espinoza’s March 2016 open letter to the candidates and one year after her April 2015 letters to all U.S. governors asking for a similar program, Ms. Espinoza stated, “Donald Trump is the only candidate whose office has responded to their open letter and that the candidate will support a national program to assist families of victims of illegal aliens.” Espinoza continued, “Their response was immediate and they have stated they will support our efforts in assisting our families.”