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Eve Keobounthanh grew up in neighboring Massachusetts and attended Suffolk University in Boston for her undergrad degree in International Relations. Her passion to work on change for those inflicted with interpersonal violence, due to their socio economic status, led Eve to her current position as the Victims of Crime Assistance (VOCA) Program Coordinator at a Providence based non-profit called the Center for Southeast Asians. Through the few year’s Eve has worked implementing and executing the objectives of the program, she has realized the lack of Southeast Asian, culturally competent and sensitive programming and services in Rhode Island and hopes to work with others in eliminating the void.
In Eve’s personal life, she tremendously enjoys traveling. Fortunately for Eve, her father took her on a month long trip to Laos when she was 14, and it became the life altering experience that built the foundation for her to decide she wanted to work in the human and social services field. Other countries Eve has traveled to are Egypt, Greece, Serbia and Spain- just to list a few!
Besides traveling, Eve likes to head north to snowboard in the colder months and go to the beach and further east for the warmer ones. Thank to her mom, Eve is an avid cook…. and eater! Cooking and entertaining with friends and family is a staple of hers, and encourages everyone to get out of their comfort zone to try new foods and activities.
On her off time, Eve can be spotted at the State House or Blackstone Conservation Park with her pup Lilly, at her local favorite sushi restaurant, partaking in a Cross fit workout or admiring the beauty of historical Down City.
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