"Well-behaved women seldom make history."
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
Eve is in the Navy Reserve. Use of her military photograph in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Navy or Department of Defense.
Eve Hurwitz has a history of serving her country and community. She aggressively advocates for the needs of families, justice, and progressive values and passionately dedicates her life to making the world significantly better.
Eve actively served in the military from 2002 to 2010 and accrued almost 1000 aircraft hours. She deployed twice aboard USS ENTERPRISE with VAW-123, the first carrier-based Navy squadron in the world to operate in support of special warfare. As a Naval Flight Officer, Eve was Mission Commander in the E-2C Hawkeye for combat missions over Iraq and Afghanistan. She is currently a Lieutenant Commander in the Navy Reserve.
As the Executive Director of The Milky Way Foundation, Eve works daily to empower mothers and bring families to the forefront of America’s priorities. She was integral to the success of the critically-acclaimed documentary, The Milky Way, which was honored as an Official Selection for the Hollywood Film Festival, Choice! Film Festival, and others. Eve also supports earned sick days and family leave legislation as well as legislation that champions equitable treatment for women, minorities, immigrants, veterans, and marginalized communities.
To support entrepreneurs and businesses in improving their financial acumen and portfolios, Eve co-founded EvenJohn, LLC and is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor with over 23 years of experience. She is the owner of The QuickBooks Badass, a full-service bookkeeping and financial services company with clients in all arenas of business, across all company sizes.
Eve began her grassroots advocacy by working on several political campaigns at the state and federal level. Eve then organized the Annapolis Women's March in January 2017 and founded March On Maryland, the group that organized the March for Science, Rally for Healthcare, and March for Racial Justice in Annapolis. She is also a board member of March On, a group of Women's March organizers from across the country who are building political power with the millions of marchers and their supporters.