Nubia DuVall Wilson is a survivor igniting social impact through storytelling. A master communicator, Nubia is a published author, journalist and founder of Cielo Consulting, a boutique public relations and marketing agency.
As a storyteller, her mission is to liberate survivors of the struggles of life after enduring sexual abuse by curating content that supports their wellbeing and gives them a voice and a community to embrace the reality of living and loving after an assault. In May 2018, she published her second book, The Survivors Club, a supernatural novella inspired by her journey to heal as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse.
When Nubia is not managing the day-to-day operations of her firm, she speaks to organizations, groups, and survivors to break through the silence around the high prevalence of child sexual abuse in the United States. With a deep understanding of this issue among women of color, Nubia’s talks highlight the long-term effects of abuse into adulthood, such as PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), parenting, leadership, and body positivity.
The Survivors Club donates 20% of each sale to two non-profits that are working hard to combat these issues: The New York Center for Children and Stop Child Predators. Through her healing process, she has learned about the importance of community and has since created a secret Facebook group for those who are survivors of abuse, who have PTSD and/or any other mental illness, and who need a safe space to connect with others.
Wilson is a graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University, with a degree in English and a minor in Religion. Today, she resides in New Jersey with her husband and two kids, as she works on her next project that brings a voice to survivorship, a mind-bending TV pilot adapted from The Survivors Club.
To buy copies of The Survivors Club or to hire Nubia to speak at your next event, email Info@thesurvivorsclub.us.
A masterful storyteller, Nubia understands how to get her audience to relate to survivors in a way that allows them to know themselves better as bystandards of sexual assault. She understands humans, especially those working through trauma.
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A society where women and men are not judged based on their mental illness and can openly discuss survivorship of sexual abuse.
Liberate survivors of sexual abuse by curating content that supports their well being and gives them a voice and a community to embrace the reality of living and loving after assault; lighting a path of strength and comradery for a group of people lost in the shadows.