Creator, Innovator & Business Developer for Native American, Tribal & International Communities & Relations, Sylvia Rose Viarrial is a V5 SuperSHEro – VictimsVoice Valiant Visionary Victor. She holds superpowers to create, innovate, advise, explore, and promote in local, foreign, and gray legal areas. Sylvia Rose provides assistance and development in challenging and foreign areas, including case management, case study, and legal advocacy so that justice may prevail. As a survivor of Domestic Violence, she holds deep compassion, kindness, and dedication in action for all survivors of abuse. In her career as a Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault Counselor, and Lay Advocate, she is trauma and historical trauma-informed. She has demonstrated success in Legal Advocacy representation in tribal courts for victims of abuse, advocates for sexual assault survivors within the criminal justice system, assists in crisis intervention, and has assisted in investigation support. She trains and provides knowledge regarding domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and sexual exploitation while teaching additional awareness to key stakeholders, state agencies, and a variety of disciplines from law enforcement to service provider’s in ethics, advocacy, and confidentiality for Native American Tribal, national and international communities. She is a trained expert witness by the United States Department of Justice office of legal education in various areas such as Suffocation and Strangulation. She is trained and has built and enhanced coordinated criminal justice responses to battering in rural communities and healing strategies for counseling children and adolescents.
Sylvia Rose holds additional education in general accounting principles and early childhood development while currently continuing her education and study in law.
Sylvia Rose has been recognized, honored, and awarded for many achievements in her fields of study, work, and performance. She is featured and interviewed in a documentary, podcast, radio shows, and articles regarding domestic violence and the Violence Against Women’s Act (VAWA). She was recently honored and awarded by the Attorney General of the State of New Mexico, for her work in the field of abuse and her unwavering support and generous contributions to ensure the success of the 2019 New Mexico Human Trafficking Conference.