Sirine Shebaya is executive director of the National Immigration Project. Sirine is a longtime immigrant rights advocate who focuses on combining litigation, advocacy, and public campaign strategies to defend and advance the rights of immigrant communities of color. She has litigated several high-profile cases alongside and on behalf of people impacted by the Muslim Ban, family separation, discriminatory police practices, and immigration detention and enforcement. In partnership with local community groups, she has led and participated in several campaigns to fight back against racism in the immigration system and to disentangle the immigration and criminal legal systems. She previously worked at the ACLU of Maryland and the Capital Area Immigrants' Rights Coalition.