Eva is a native North Carolinian and longtime conservative Republican. Eva has always been interested in politics and first became an active volunteer for the party with the Mark Harris campaign in 2018. Living in District 9, her involvement continued with the special election for the District 9 Congressional seat, but that proved to be just the beginning! Throughout the 2020 election season, Eva worked tirelessly on behalf of local candidates and the Trump campaign. She is currently the vice chair of her precinct.
She’s no stranger to organizing campaign materials and canvassing neighborhoods, knocking doors, phone banking, writing/mailing personal endorsements, working polls and waving flags! She attended three Trump rallies and worked two. In addition to displaying almost two dozen signs for conservative candidates including a 4’x8’ Trump sign on her roof, she hosted a candidate forum in her home which included 5 Council of State and 7 local candidates. Eva delivered signs throughout the county, placed signs for several candidates and retrieved signs (185…but who’s counting!) post-election.
Prior to COVID-19, Eva worked at gun shows and festivals soliciting new voter registrations. Most recently, she has helped newcomers to the area register to vote as well as change their party affiliation from Unaffiliated to Republican.
Eva is a member of the Mecklenburg Evening Republican Women’s Club (MERWC), an associate member of the Uptown Charlotte Republican Women and one of the founding members of the Mecklenburg Black Republican Club (MBRC).
Eva tries to learn about and be involved in the party as much as possible. During 2020, she even participated in several Zoom calls hosted by the National Federation of Republican Women. To say Eva is a grassroots volunteer is an understatement.
A graduate of North Carolina State University, Eva works for Coca-Cola Consolidated in Human Resources. She has two grown daughters, Rachel and Rebekah, and is a member of Christ Covenant Church in Matthews.