Ne’cole Daniels is the Founder/Director of Survivors on the Move, Director of Corbett CSEC Programs, and the former Director of Programs at MISSSEY, Inc. She was responsible for the services provided to youth and the development of curriculum at MISSSEY, and while there also initiated programs and supervised and trained staff and the community to prevent youth exploitation and to assist in exit services. As a CEASE Network core team member, she works in partnership with the Alameda County District Attorney’s office to reduce the harm to vulnerable individuals trapped in the sex trade by focusing on the demand side of exploitation. In this role, Ms. Daniels provides the survivor’s voice, and creates language and text for special operations in conjunction with the Oakland Police Department.
Ne’cole spent 15 years in social services in San Francisco focusing primarily on marginalized and special populations, including meeting the needs of CSE adults and youth as well as the homeless, substance abuse, and mental health communities. Ne’cole’s advocacy and policy experience includes speaking internationally at the United Nations and British Parliament to provide survivor expertise on exiting services for exploited women and girls.
“I didn't choose this life this life chose me.”