Fatima Jayoma joined the Sexual Violence Justice Institute at MNCASA in May of 2020. As the Rural Projects Coordinator, Fatima connects with and supports rural communities working to improve systems and community response for sexual violence victims/survivors across the states and territories. Her day-to-day responsibilities include developing training, providing technical assistance, and resource creation.
She began working in the anti-violence movement in 2015. She has experience providing advocacy-based counseling services and developing community prevention education programming. Fatima has a Master’s in Social Work, with a concentration in Integrated Practice, from The University of Iowa.
Outside of work, Fatima enjoys hiking and spending time with loved ones.