Deidre Evans, MSW
Survivor Advocacy Services Coordinator
It is Deidre's role as a survivor advocate to talk through all available options, to connect survivors to support resources on and off campus, and to assist survivors in navigating the various systems they are engaged in, such as academic, legal/reporting, medical, etc. Deidre focuses on survivor safety, regaining autonomy, identifying personal strengths, and fostering connection and healing. She sees every survivor as the expert of their experiences. She works each day to create a space where students can share what they want about their experiences of violence and abuse, and for each person she works with, to feel supported in the next steps and goals that they set for themselves, their relationships, and their healing.
Supporting survivors of violence, anti-violence movement, feminist issues, and social justice work.
Personal Wellness Strategies
Spending time with friends and loved ones, traveling, being active in nature especially in the sun and water, learning new art forms, caring for plants/gardening, cooking new recipes and sharing food, and exploring new cities with a good cup of coffee.