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MIGRANT SERVICES

Seeking protection from the persecution and deteriorating social and economic conditions in their home countries, increasing amounts of migrant children and families have traveled to the United States hoping to make better lives for themselves.

Through our Migrant Services programs, we provide direct care, migrant wellness support, case management, home study and post-release services, staffing, and holistic programming for unaccompanied migrant children and families.

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OUR SERVICES

Victim services, therapeutic regiments, vital educational resources, and mental health care to migrant families navigating the U.S immigration process.

MIGRANT WELLNESS

Culturally appropriate, trauma-informed, child-centered case management, home study, and post release services for unaccompanied children and their sponsors nationwide

CHILDREN & FAMILY SERVICES

OUR TEAM

Andrew Lorenzen-Strait, Senior Director for Migrant Services & Federal Affairs

Andrew Lorenzen-Strait serves as Senior Director for Migrant Services & Federal Affairs and has been with Endeavors since early 2020.In his role, Andrew leads a nationwide team of dedicated professionals in providing critical social services to migrants

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Andrew Lorenzen-Strait
Senior Director for Migrant Services & Federal Affairs

Andrew Lorenzen-Strait serves as Senior Director for Migrant Services & Federal Affairs and has been with Endeavors since early 2020.In his role, Andrew leads a nationwide team of dedicated professionals in providing critical social services to migrants, including unaccompanied children and families. Additionally, he leads Endeavors' government affairs practice, advancing our mission and core values through Federal government program development and procurement opportunities.
With over 15 years of experience, Andrew is a recognized expert in migrant protection and advocacy. Before joining Endeavors, he served as the Director of Children and Family Services at Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) where he oversaw a national network of faith-based and non-profit partners that provided foster care and case management services to unaccompanied immigrant children.
Prior to his work at LIRS, Andrew began his Federal service as a Presidential Management Fellow for the U.S. Department of Justice. He later served as the country's first national migrant Public Advocate U.S. within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). While at ICE, Andrew was the Deputy Assistant Director for Custody Management and led humanitarian programming in LGBTQ care, language access, religious services, legal access, mental health, disability accommodation, segregation oversight, parental rights, and trauma-informed care.
At both DHS and ICE, Andrew launched new alternatives to detention programs for individuals seeking asylum in the U.S. One such program, The Family Case Management Program (FCMP), tested whether providing access to holistic community-based services for eligible families released from DHS custody could mitigate flight risk and promote compliance with legal immigration obligations and has been regularly referenced by political leaders and immigration policy experts as a way-forward for immigration enforcement.
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of California at Irvine, a Juris Doctorate with an emphasis in child advocacy from Whittier Law School, and a certificate in National Security Leadership Decision-Making from the U.S. government. He is a member of the U.S. Supreme Court Bar, and in 2007 was recognized by the Governor of Maryland as the state's Pro Bono Attorney of the Year for his legal aid activities in Prince George's County, MD. He lives near Annapolis, MD, with his husband, two daughters, and son.

Basel Mousslly, Deputy Director for Migrant Services

Basel Mousslly is the Deputy Director for Migrant Services at Endeavors. He has over a decade of professional experience in leading teams to create, coordinate, and implement innovative programs that promote the safety and welfare of migrant families and other vulnerable populations.

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Basel Mousslly
Deputy Director for Migrant Services

Basel Mousslly is the Deputy Director for Migrant Services at Endeavors. He has over a decade of professional experience in leading teams to create, coordinate, and implement innovative programs that promote the safety and welfare of migrant families and other vulnerable populations. Basel currently oversees a portfolio of national programs provided to unaccompanied migrant children and asylum-seeking adults. Prior to joining Endeavors, Basel was the Program Manager for Migrant Services at Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS). He led LIRS’s respite services offered to migrants arriving through the U.S. southern border. Additionally, Basel developed and implemented a handful of successful integration programs offered to resettled refugees domestically and displaced populations internationally.

Rae Beaudry, Associate Deputy Director for Migrant Services

Rae Beaudry received her master’s in social work from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, with a focus on program management. Throughout her career, she has worked with migrants, families and children, and survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence.

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Rae Beaudry
Associate Deputy Director for Migrant Services

Rae Beaudry received her master’s in social work from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, with a focus on program management. Throughout her career, she has worked with migrants, families and children, and survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence. She has years of experience running and enhancing programs in non-profits. Rae has years of leadership experience through non-profit and volunteer work. She has led teams of social workers, provided program oversight, and served on non-profit boards.
As the Associate Deputy Director for Migrant Services, Rae oversees the Home Study and Post Release Services program and helps develop new opportunities for Migrant Services.

Reka Reyna, Regional Manager

Reka Reyna received her Masters of Business Administration degree from East Carolina University. Prior to joining the Migrant Wellness Services team, she worked as a communication and management professional in a variety of industries, including non-profit, department of defense and corporate finance.

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Reka Reyna
Regional Manager

Reka Reyna received her Masters of Business Administration degree from East Carolina University. Prior to joining the Migrant Wellness Services team, she worked as a communication and management professional in a variety of industries, including non-profit, department of defense and corporate finance. As an Outreach Director at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic in North Carolina, she worked tirelessly to extend services to military veterans struggling with homelessness, reintegration and mental health issues. She is the spouse of an Army Veteran and an immigrant from Hungary, she is passionate about assisting people in need and serving marginalized populations. In her current position as a Regional Manager, Reka leads a team of clinicians and program coordinators to provides mental health services to asylum seekers and migrants in 5 cities in the Central and Eastern regions of the country.

OUR PARTNERS

Chris 180: Atlanta | Lutheran Family Services: Omaha | Refugee Services of Texas: Houston, Dallas | Lutheran Services of Florida: Delray, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando | Utah Health and Human Rights: Salt Lake City

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