Mr. Espinosa is a proud immigrant from Mexico. He came to the U.S. in 1991 at the age of 5. Currently he is a DACA recipient. Mr Espinosa attended the prestigious Michael E DeBakey High School for Health Professions in HISD. He then went on to study at Houston Community College subsequently transferring to the University of Houston where he studied Political Science. Mr. Espinosa is Co founder and current Executive Director of the largest Immigrant Led Civil Rights Organization in Texas named FIEL (Familias Inmigrantes y Estudiantes en la Lucha – Immigrant Families and Students in the Fight). FIEL is immigrant-led organization that seeks to empower the immigrant community in Houston, the State of Texas and The United States. Mr. Espinosa has served and is currently serving on a variety of boards at the local, state and national level. He has also always looking to work on a variety of issues including, race relations, police reform and a variety of issues uplifting many communities. Mr. Espinosa is an advocate for immigrants rights, students rights and human rights. With his over two decades of experience in the field of organizing Mr. Espinosa has learned how true grassroots organizing can truly make the difference in our communities. Mr. Espinosa considers himself a “proud Houstonian”.