Meet Our Team

The WCSAP staff is a robust team that provides statewide and national leadership on supporting survivors and changing culture related to sexual violence. If you want to reach out to us, use the Contact Page button below to see the breakdown of ways to contact us by subject. It really helps us help you if you send us an email from the forms listed on that page.

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Advocacy Coordinator

Amber was raised in a bicultural family with an African American father and a Mexican mother. She has lived in Washington all her life. Amber specializes in Trauma informed care. Amber has experience working in child protection legal advocacy here in Washington State.



Carolina Gutierrez
Bilingual Services Coordinator

Carolina Gutierrez has been engaged in domestic violence and sexual assault direct services for eleven years. She worked primarily with Spanish-speaking communities as an advocate in dual DV/SA service provider for 4 years, leading a successful ongoing support group for Spanish speaking women as well as culturally relevant Core Advocacy Training in Spanish as coordinator and lead trainer.

In 2012, she began her work with a culturally specific service provider, el Centro Intergral Educativo Latino de Olympia (CIELO). As a Guatemalan immigrant herself, she was drawn to serve the Indigenous Guatemalan populations immigrating to the South Puget Sound and focused on indigenous language access. She went back to Guatemala in 2015 to learn about violence prevention and services efforts among the indigenous populations to bring back the most current and culturally relevant practices. As the program director, she grew the sexual assault program to include a rural area office and several advocates who spoke not only Spanish but the main indigenous languages of the area.

Her passion is child sexual abuse prevention. She works to end the silence in communities about violence and trauma and that everyone has access to this information.

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Portrait of Jazmin

Jazmin is a bilingual Hispanic woman, mother of three wonderful little boys. She’s been continuously working in the accounting field since 2007. She’s a QuickBooks ProAdvisor and is an Enrolled Agent with the IRS. Over the years, she has worked doing accounting for all types of businesses, but it was in 2012 when she discovered her passion was ‘accounting for nonprofit organizations.’ She truly enjoys being able to help nonprofit organizations keep track of their finances so their staff can focus on the main goal which is carrying out the mission.

Working with many wonderful women throughout her career, she felt empowered and pursued her lifelong dream of owning her own practice. Now she hopes to do the same and support other individuals on their journey.


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Child Advocacy Coordinator

Soleil was raised in a bicultural family with a Mexican father and an American mother. She has lived in both Mexico and the United States, and her journey has mirrored that of first generation immigrants in many ways. Soleil specializes in Gender-and-Sexual-Based Violence, and she worked with trafficking survivors with the International Organization for Migration in Morocco. Soleil has experience working in child protection with an Indian Tribe in Alaska, and worked in immigration legal advocacy here in Washington State. Her early training was working with Special Education children within the school environment. Soleil enjoys spending her free time with her rescue dog – a big pile of fluff that wants to be petted 24/7.

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