Bieisy Sevilla was born and raised in Siler City, NC and attended Chatham County Schools throughout elementary, middle, and high school. After graduating from Jordan Matthews High School in 2014, Bieisy went on to pursue her associates degree in Human Service Technology with a focus on Substance Abuse at Randolph County Community College, graduating in 2018.
As a former Chatham County Together! and Communities In Schools of Chatham County (CISCC) volunteer and staff member, Bieisy begins her second stint with CISCC as the Community Service & Restitution program coordinator. In her previous role with CISCC, Bieisy served as the program assistant for three CISCC community-based programs: Community Service & Restitution, Family Advocacy, and Teen Court. She looks forward to using her education and previous experience with CISCC to grow the program to new heights in support of youth working their way through the Juvenile Justice system.
Bieisy has a deep passion for helping others, specifically the Latino youth across Chatham County navigating their way toward adulthood. “I have always wanted to help out other people since I can remember. I want to return the favor that other people provided me when I needed the help growing up.”