NIWAP staff and training faculty at our August 2014 conference in New Orleans, LA.

NIWAP is directed by Leslye E. Orloff whose 34 year career includes working collaboratively with experts across the county to develop and implement immigration relief, public benefits access and family law protections for immigrant women, children and survivors.

View Leslye Orloff’s Curriculum Vitae


Rocio Molina, NIWAP’s Associate Director, is an immigration expert, formerly with the Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence forging collaborations between advocates, lawyers and law enforcement to benefit immigrant domestic violence and sexual assault victims.

Kendall Niles, NIWAP’s Immigrant Women Law and Policy Fellow, graduated from the American University Washington College of Law in 2016.

Camile Jimenez, NIWAP’s Administrative Assistant, is a current graduate student at American University.


Mailing Address:

National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project
P.O. Box 5411
Washington, DC 20016

For Technical Assistance:

Please call 202-274-4457 or email NIWAP at

Staff contact list:

Leslye E. Orloff
Director, National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project (NIWAP)
o. 202-274-4371 | m. 202-210-8886 |

Rocío Molina
Associate Director

Kendall Niles
Immigrant Women Law and Policy Fellow
o. 202-274-4393 |

Camile Jimenez
Administrative Assistant
o. 202-274-4376 |