Dorsey Jones is a nationally and internationally recognized youth advocate who specializes in advocating for child victims of commercial sexual exploitation and human trafficking. Ms. Jones unapologetically uses her voice to stand in the gap for the most vulnerable and courageously shares her story of triumph to help encourage others to break free from the cycle of guilt and shame. In her current role as case manager and survivor leader at youth Spark, a nonprofit agency whose mission is to “advocate for youth who are in need of legal and adult protection in abusive and exploitative situations,” Dorsey facilitates weekly support groups and other services for teen girls who are also victims or at risk of becoming victims. Physically and emotionally abandoned by her own mother, Dorsey overcame poverty, sexual abuse, and homelessness to become one of the most compassionate and impactful juvenile court law enforcement officers in the State of Georgia for 13 years. Author of the book, “The Angels Were Crying: Stretched Beyond Measure,” Ms. Jones shares her a journey of a little girl whose living condition sand environment led her to a nearly life of trauma, sexual abuse, and exploitation. Ms. Jones is a graduate of Morris Brown College, where she obtained a B.A. Degree in Criminal Justice and is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. She is a member of Fulton County Chairman Robb Pitts’ Sex Trafficking Task Force and an official ambassador for the Rotary International, Truckers Against Trafficking, and the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. She is fiercely devoted to her husband Carlos of 23years and her four children–Malia, Ayanna, Malik, and Alston.