From 1991 through the present time, Ann Buwalda has served as Executive Director of Jubilee Campaign USA, focusing on international religious freedom, advocating for the release of prisoners of conscience and resettlement of refugees, combatting trafficking for the protection of children, and providing support to victims. In practice as a lawyer since 1992, Ann Buwalda founded the law firm, Just Law International PC, in March 1996, a firm handling all aspects of immigration law including asylum and refugee cases.
Ann is admitted to the Virginia Bar, the Pennsylvania Bar, the Fourth and Fifth Circuit U.S. Courts of Appeals, and the U.S. Eastern District Court of Virginia. She has served as adjunct professor teaching Immigration Law at Regent University in 1996 and teaching International Religious Freedom Law in 2011. From 2002-2009 she annually taught Refugee and Human Rights Law as an adjunct professor at Handong International Law School in Korea. In 1991 she completed two master’s degrees at Regent University, one in Public Policy from the School of Government and the other in International/Cross-Cultural Communication.
In 1990 Buwalda graduated from Regent University School of Law earning a Juris Doctor and since 2000 has served on the law school’s Alumni Board. In 1986 she graduated Summa Cum Laude from Liberty University earning joint majors in Business Administration and Political Science. Miss Buwalda serves on several boards of non-profit ministries.