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Meet Cameron!
June 16, 2013

The SOLD Project family is growing! Over the next several weeks, we’ll be introducing you to the newest additions to our family. Today, we’d like you to meet Cameron Welborn-Wilson, who has recently joined our Board of Directors.


Cameron Welborn-Wilson is a former complex business litigation attorney and now has her own legal practice advising entrepreneurial companies on both legal and business affairs. Born with a passion for advocacy, in college she volunteered as Arizona’s youngest Court Appointed Special Advocate “CASA,” representing the interests of abused and neglected children as well as volunteering for “Parents Anonymous” an organization focused on preventing child abuse and neglect.  In addition, she interned for the Tucson District Attorney’s office with a focus on cases of abuse against women and children.  When Cameron was a student at Emory University School of Law she volunteered as a first year student at the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, served as President of the Emory Public Interest Committee and led a movement to update Georgia’s antiquated rape laws.   In 1999, her community work earned her the highest honor bestowed by Emory University, the Marion Luther Brittain Award. Cameron’s commitment to advocacy has remained consistent throughout her education and career.  While practicing law at a large law firm she was on the Founding Advisory Board of CoachArt ( and was a co-founder of Stop The Abuse Against Families Foundation.  In 2008 she was living in New York City and began educating herself on the issue of human trafficking.  At that time, SOLD Founder Rachel Sparks-Graeser was in town speaking at a NYC Hedge Fund where Cameron was in attendance.   Following Rachel’s presentation, the two women began a conversation that led to Cameron joining the Advisory Board of SOLD. Cameron formally joined SOLD’s Board of Directors this year.

“Cameron has demonstrated a devotion to SOLD for years. Her legal expertise and critical thinking are going to add tremendous value to the Board. I look forward to working with her to build the prevention programs that can help vulnerable children.” – Roy Goble, Chairman

Cameron currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband, daughter, Golden Retriever, and Himalayan cat. Welcome to our team, Cameron!

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