A homeschool graduate from Pennsylvania, Will Estrada began working for HSLDA in 2004 as a legal assistant. After graduating from Oak Brook College of Law, he moved on to direct HSLDA's Federal Relations Department. As HSLDA’s federal lobbyist, Will uses his passion for home education to advocate for all homeschooling families before Congress, the White House, and the federal departments. Will is the director of HSLDA's federal and Virginia PACs. As ParentalRights.org's director of government relations, Will lobbies for the Parental Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Will is board chairman of Good Samaritan Advocates, a nonprofit, pro bono legal services organization in the Washington, D.C., area, and chairman of the Loudoun County Republican Committee. During the 2016 presidential election, Will served on the transition team for Donald J. Trump, helping to advise the campaign on education policy issues affecting homeschool freedom. He and his wife, Rachel, who is also a homeschool graduate and a professional pastel artist, reside in northern Virginia with their two sons.