Sharese Wilburn’s advocacy began in 2016, fighting for victims of sex trafficking. As an advocate, she assists in organizing, training, and empowering victims to find and use their voice. Sharese works as a Community Inclusion Trainer for the Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities. She has over 26 years of experience in this field. Sharese enjoys working with individuals with varying abilities, ensuring successful outcomes with whomever she serves. Sharese is also a board member for My Sister’s House for Girls, an organization dedicated to mentoring adolescent girls in Ohio and help them to achieve their full potential by building their academic and social competence. Sharese desires to use life learned experiences, passion, and grace to assist others in their personal journeys of empowerment and recovery.