Evelyn BruMar is the executive director and founder of Casa BruMar Foundation; a nonprofit that helps to bridge the gap that leaves the LGBTQ+ community behind when it comes to equality that is equitable in education, social services, and human dignity in the Commonwealth of Virginia and in Prince William County. She was awarded a Prince William County Human Rights award in 2018 for her non-profit work, in addition to helping both the County School Board and Board of Supervisors vote in a proclamation of LGBTQ+ Pride month. She is the first Latinx Lesbian member of the County Human Rights Commission, where she currently serves as Vice Chair. She is also a founding member of the LGBTQ+ Advisory Board to the Governor of Virginia, where she served under former Governor Northam and currently serves under Governor Youngkin.
In addition to her non-profit and public service, she educates local, state, and federal law enforcement on how to better interact with the LGBTQ+ community. She has spoken in front of the Department of Justice and Drug Enforcement Agency to do the same.
Evelyn was also selected as an Equality Virginia OUTStanding Virginian in 2019 and is one of the Five Influential Women of 2022 as selected by Prince William Living Magazine.