Violeta Arevalo Muñoz
Bilingual Survivor Service Coordinator
How did you first learn about and begin working with The Avery Center? How long have you been with the organization?
I learned about The Avery Center through my internship advisor, he got me in touch with Danae (Director of Services). I was an intern for The Avery Center from January 2021- May 2021. I was offered the Bilingual Service Coordinator position and without hesitation I accepted.
What do you think sets The Avery Center apart from other organizations in this sector?
The Avery Center not only helps the community in the research aspect. I admire The Avery Center for the confidence they give survivors. They provide the tools to help survivors grow and the opportunity to work for The Avery Center.
What's your favorite part/the most fulfilling part of your role?
I enjoy working and helping not only with people one-on-one, but my community. As the bilingual coordinator, I cannot wait to help the Hispanic/Latinx community as well which make it even more meaningful to me. I cannot wait for The Avery Center to reach more people without having a language barrier.
What do you enjoy doing when you're not at The Avery Center?
I enjoy reading, going out to dinner with friends, or adventuring to new places.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, The Twilight Series by Stephanie Meyer, and I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter by Erika L. Sanchez.
TV show you're hooked on:
The Handmaid’s Tale, On My Block, and Money Heist.
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