Beverly joined the staff at FCASV in July, 2017 – new to FCASV, but not new to the world of grants. She began her career in the field of sexual violence in 1999 as a Domestic and Sexual Violence Counselor for Refuge House in Tallahassee. She worked in the Outreach Office in Gadsden County where she coordinated the rape crisis response team. She counseled adult victims of domestic and sexual violence, and facilitated group sessions in the outreach office, women’s prison, county jail, and the community.
After Refuge House, Beverly worked for five years as a Contract Manager for the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence. At the Coalition, her focus was the STOP program – Services, Training, Officers, and Prosecutors.
At FCASV, she has the pleasure of serving sexual violence providers across the state. As a contract manager, her work focuses on the financial side of grants - budgets, invoices, and spending projections. In her spare time, she enjoys family and church activities.