Trained as an Attorney in her country, Venezuela, Fabiola has a history of advocacy and activism for Human Rights. She has a Masters in Gender as a Human Right and worked for Amnesty International, installing the first chapter of the NGO in her state, she also served as a Research Assistant at a national Gender Studies Unit and the Scientific and Humanistic Development Council of the University of Carabobo.
Her activism led to political persecution, so Fabiola moved to the US and is an asylum seeker. Now, established in Washington DC, she’s pursuing her calling in the arts. She currently manages a Music Studio, she’s a Gallery Guide at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, organizes independent art and music events, and started a non-profit (KAMA DC) that fosters community through one-of-a-kind workshops led by refugees and migrants. Sometimes you’ll find her performing too, as a singer and a dancer.