was born and raised in Richmond, VA. She is a Norfolk State University alum with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management, she has professional licenses in Cosmetology and Barbering, and is a Master Instructor. In 2012, Sheba began working exclusively as a mobile barber stylist, traveling to clients anywhere from DC to NC. Meeting so many people from different walks of life and being actively involved in so many community service projects, Sheba found that more people than she realized had at least one thing in common with her... a felony conviction. Her passion for helping others be more than a conviction led to her founding a nonprofit, Nolef Turns
in 2016. The organization was born to be a support system for those with court and justice involvement but quickly evolved into a day to day fight for removing the policies and stigmas around a past conviction. Sheba sits on several boards to include Virginia NORML, Maggie Walker Community Land Trust, Richmond Black Restaurant Experience, Cannabis Equity Reinvestment Board, Commonwealth Catholic Charities Housing Development Board and she is the Henrico NAACP’s Criminal Justice chair. She is the owner of Styles by Sheba, the Institute of Forgiveness and Sheba Williams Consulting. Most importantly, she is a mom of three young adults.