Sheila is the Founder of Healing 2 Grace, Inc., is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization that addresses the impact of intimate partner violence and sexual assault with a mission to provide peer support and personal enrichment development through a personalized and intimate approach. Healing 2 Grace, Inc. is a product of Sheila’s personal and practical experiences. For so long Sheila hind her truth. She believed that “silence “ was the only way to protect herself. She was raised in a household that taught her “what happens in this house stays in this house “, a narrative has been passed down from generations. She knows all too well what it feels like to be powerless, shameful, broken, and silent. Today, she has taken back ownership of her power and her voice—and she speaks to her audiences from a place of power and humility. Her goal is and has always been to encourage and empower those who have been or are being exposed to abuse, domestic violence, and other traumatic life experiences.
As a woman of faith, Sheila remains candid and straightforward about her healing journey. Her head-on approach with her coaching and training services continues to spur countless individuals to achieve lifelong transformation in their lives.
Sheila’s dynamic message brings her audiences full circle; from tragedy and heartbreak to a place of hope and abounding joy. Sheila is a Beauty enthusiast with over 10 years in the beauty industry. Sheila enjoys reading, cooking and traveling. She is a proud, wife, mother, and grandmother.
Past speaking engagements encompass both faith-based and secular audiences, including:
NBC 4 News Washington
WHUR -The Daily Drum; The Sighlent Storm
Radio One -The Winton Chaney Moring Show
Annual Interfaith Domestic Violence Coalition & Conference
Federally Employed Women (FEW)
Prince George's Community Television-Chats for Change
Silent No More, A Domestic Violence Conversation
3rd Annual Purple Bicycle Ride
33rd Annual Women’s Health Awareness Day at Ebenezer A.M.E. Church
My Girlfriend’s Place
St. Stephen Baptist Church Women’s Conference
WHUR and Verizon Presents: “Behind Closed Doors”, a domestic violence discussion with Iyanla Vanzant