Women Veterans of America National

Eva Fulton

National Adjutant

Eva Fulton grew up in Grand Prairie, Texas. She joined the Army Reserves to attend college at UT Austin and then went active duty just as Desert Storm began in 1990. Currently she works for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in Fort Worth after being selected as a Presidential Management Fellow in 2010. She published her first book in July 2018 called Welcome to My People Garden. Eva also has her own consulting firm and does many public speaking engagements telling her personal story.

Ms. Fulton (Staff Sergeant) served in the United States Army for twelve years as a Paralegal in the Judge Advocates General Corps. Her service locations include 21stTheater Support Command in Kaiserslautern, Germany; III Corps, Fort Hood, Texas; 24th Infantry Division, Fort Stewart, Georgia; 93d Signal Brigade under VII Corps in Heilbronn, Germany and deployment to the sands of Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Shield/Storm. Ms. Fulton also served in the United States Army Reserves in Austin, Texas while attending the UT Austin.

Ms. Fulton’s military awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, the National Defense Service Medal, the Southwest Asia Service Medal with 2 Bronze Service Stars, the Non-Commission Officer Development Ribbon with Number “2”, the Army Service Ribbon, the Overseas Ribbon with Number “2”, the Drivers Badge, and the German Marksman Ship Badge in Bronze.

Ms. Fulton graduated with both her MBA with a focus on Project Management and her Bachelor of Business Administration from Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, Texas. Ms. Fulton is a 2020 Newmark Graduate from the University of San Francisco with a Master of Arts in Public Leadership.

She has been a featured writer with GovLoop.com, and a guest blogger with the Department of Veterans Affairs VAntage Point where her article was republished with U.S. Veterans Magazine and several radio interviews with including CBS Radio in Spring 2018. She was selected by the Dallas Veterans Affairs Hospital in Dallas, Texas to represent women Veterans for their publicity unveiling with the Dallas Morning News of the Women Veterans Wall of Honor in 2016.

Ms. Fulton is a filmmaker with an award-winning documentary called “From Pain to Purpose – Her Second Service Story.” Her current projects include working on a veteran-based documentary called Faithful Warriors. Current book projects are People Gardening@Work, and a new Christian fiction novel. Ms. Fulton currently serves as the Chaplain with the Women Veterans of America-Denton Chapter 48. Ms. Fulton has 4 children.