About Carmen Murillo Stevens
Carmen Murillo Stevens has been working in the sexual assault/domestic violence field since 2008. Previous to working at the San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource, she worked for Tu Casa Inc, as the lead bilingual victim advocate and 24 hour crisis hotline coordinator. Presently, she is the Immigrant Advocate and Coordinator for the “Por Ti Misma” program at the SLVIRC, providing outreach and immigration legal assistance to battered immigrants and crime victims in the San Luis Valley and beyond. She joined the Colorado Coalition against Sexual Assault’s Inclusiveness Team in 2013 and is excited to put her expertise of working with the Latino community to use for CCASA. She also joined Tu Casa’s Board of Directors in January of 2014. Carmen is a native of Guadalajara, Mexico and is bilingual in both English and Spanish. She is passionate about helping all survivors, especially when she is able to help them in Spanish, her native language. Carmen has a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish and Sociology with an emphasis in Social Welfare and is committed to advocate for underserved communities across Colorado.
Carmen & CCASA
Carmen currently serves on CCASA’s Inclusiveness Team and was a founding member.