Eva graduated with her Masters of Clinical Social Work (MSW) from FSU in 2009 and became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in 2016. She became involved in the sexual violence movement in 2004 when she began volunteering for her local sexual assault program. In 2016 Eva joined the FCASV team as the Rural Project Coordinator on a project aimed at strengthening direct services and SARTs in rural communities with an emphasis on promoting services among migrant farmworking communities. Eva identifies as a bicultural Latinx immigrant survivor, healer, and intersectional activist. She is drawn to holistic healing that incorporates culturally appropriate and specific modalities. Eva also enjoys reading fiction and graphic novels, outdoor activities, and making things with her hands.
Eva Fiallos-Díaz, MSW, LCSW
Rural Project Coordinator