About Me

Sheila Lewis Ealey is a renowned American activist, speaker, and educator who has dedicated her life to fighting for the rights of marginalized communities, particularly families and children diagnosed with autism and learning disabilities. Born in New Orleans, LA, Ealey was raised in a close-knit family where she learned the value of hard work, perseverance, and community involvement.

Ealey's passion for social justice was ignited at an early age when she witnessed firsthand the discrimination and inequality faced by black people in the United States. She pursued her education at St. Mary's Dominican College, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication in 1984. She later obtained a Master's degree in Education from Concordia University and a Doctorate in Special Education from Gwynedd University. She also holds many certifications in autism therapies and special education.

Ealey began her career as an educator after her son's diagnosis of autism in 2000. Her passion for a quality educational program for her son led her to found The Creative Learning Center of Louisiana, a school for children with severe autism and other learning disabilities, and to advocate for students struggling with academic and social challenges. She worked tirelessly to create safe and inclusive learning environments for all students, regardless of their backgrounds.

Ealey's activism expanded beyond the classroom, and she became a vocal advocate for medical freedom and informed consent. In 2016, Ealey gained national attention for telling her son's story in the documentary Vaxxed. Her tireless work and dedication to the cause of informed consent, medical freedom, and bodily autonomy have earned her nationwide recognition.

Today, Ealey remains an influential voice in the fight for medical freedom and equality. She frequently speaks at conferences and events, sharing her knowledge and experience with others and inspiring a new generation of activists. She is a board director for Children's Health Defense and the Autism Trust USA. Through her work, Sheila Lewis Ealey has significantly impacted countless people's lives, and her legacy will continue to inspire future generations to fight for a better, more equitable world.

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