Daniela Pulido joined Tahirih in 2021. As a Social Services Advocate in the Greater DC office, Daniela is responsible for providing case management for Tahirih’s clients, including assistance with advocacy and support to secure clients basic needs of housing, medical care, and mental health services. Prior to joining Tahirih, Daniela worked at Baltimore Curriculum Project, connecting Baltimore City Public School students to a customized set of services through collaboration with families, teachers, school staff, and community agencies. Before that, Daniela interned at Tahirih and provided holistic trauma-informed support to clients. Daniela served in Nicaragua as a Peace Corps volunteer from 2016 to 2018 teaching English to high school students. She is a Licensed graduate Social Worker.
“As an immigrant woman, I am inspired by Tahirih’s commitment to advocate for and provide holistic services to immigrant women and girls who have experienced gender-based violence. I am honored to work for and with women and provide the support they need to feel empowered and safe.”
Education: University of Maryland School of Social Work, MSW; University of Florida, BA
Hometown: Caracas, Venezuela