Dana B. Espinosa received a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Messiah College. Upon graduation, she worked as a Legislative Assistant for Mennonite Central Committee’s Washington D.C. advocacy office. She also worked as a case manager, volunteer coordinator and advocate for newly arriving refugees at Lutheran Children and Family Service. She has three children, all of whom have attended Pan American Academy. For many years, she has been a homemaker and supported her husband, Nes, in various urban church and ministry positions. For 10 years, they served in full-time youth ministry at Bethel Temple Community Bible Church. She and her husband also spent many years building relationships with youth through the Timoteo Flag Football League, where Nes worked as Commissioner. More recently, she is serving as Treasurer of her church, Oxford Circle Mennonite Church. Presently, she and her husband are also serving with Young Life, a faith-based organization that reaches youth and young adults.