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Eileen Espinal

Eileen joined the Tahirih Justice Center in 2018. As Social Services Program Manager, Eileen provides holistic, culturally-competent, and trauma-informed services to immigrant survivors of gender-based violence. Our client-centered Social Services program connects our clients to appropriate and accessible resources to support their goals. Eileen engages in outreach and advocacy to spread awareness about the challenges facing survivors of gender-based violence in Georgia’s immigrant community. Eileen also manages Tahirih Atlanta’s Volunteer Program, connecting our supporters to our programs to empower the families that we serve.

Prior to joining Tahirih, Eileen served as Community Youth Advocate with the Southern Poverty Law Center, where she conducted outreach and support to students, incarcerated persons, and immigrants across Florida. Prior to that, Eileen served with Camillus House, an organization assisting the poor and the homeless in the South Florida community. Eileen served as their Community Manager as well as a Case Manager for the women’s employment and housing opportunity program.

I am constantly inspired by Tahirih’s mission to uplift the voices of immigrant women and girls that have experienced hardships and trauma, and its mission to help these survivors reclaim their agency. Women support and empower our community in a real and beautiful way. It is a privilege to work alongside an organization that believes in the power of gender equality.

Education: Florida International University, MPA & MS Criminal Justice; University of South Florida, BA Criminology

Languages: Spanish

Hometown: Miami, Florida