Barbara Jean Wilson serves as Head of Survivor Advocacy for the NCPTF.
Barbara Jean Wilson served as an executive coordinator in Freddie Mac's Legal Division for 15 years before retiring on March 31, 2020. She is the author of two books, "Mute But Now I Speak" (2011) and "Blessings After Going Through The Valley" (2020), sharing her inspiring journey of overcoming childhood sexual abuse and human trafficking.
Barbara has spoken at prominent venues, including the United Nations in New York and the Department of Justice in Washington, DC, advocating for awareness of human trafficking, sexual, physical, and mental abuse, and their profound impact on victims, survivors, and communities.
She has received multiple awards for her dedication, including Woman of the Year by the Women's Interactive Network (WIN) and recognition from WUAWSU Project, Inc. Barbara chairs Anti-Trafficking International (ATI), serves on the boards of Reset180, the National Child Protection Task Force, and is a respected member of RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network).
Barbara holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Human Resources from Strayer University and has been actively involved in various community organizations.
Barbara is an International Book Award winner for her moving memoir, "Mute but now I speak".
You can learn more about Barbara at www.mutebutnowispeak.com.
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Winner of The 2023 International Book Award