Ms. Wilson has been featured on the following cable networks; Three History Channel documentaries, CNN’s Investigative Report titled “Escape from Jonestown”; National Geographic’s “Seconds in Disaster”; Biography Channel “I Survived a Cult”; British Broadcasting Communications (BBC) “American Dreams”; and the New Ricki Lake Show. She has been interviewed on numerous radio shows – Artist First with Tony Kay; WGIV 103.3 with Tanya Rivens; John and Jen from Vancouver, Canada; Mancow out of Chicago; WRFG –Atlanta, and Iron Sharpens Iron and a live televised interview with TV Globo; Brazil’s and Latin America’s largest broadcaster and The Drew Marshall Show from Toronto, Canada. Her participation was requested to serve as a panelist at the National Action Network annual Convention which was titled “It’s Okay to Ask for Help” moderated by publicist Terri Williams. Her book is sold internationally; Brazil, Singapore, Australia, Italy. In 2018 she has been featured in New York Times – Retro Report; A&E ‘s “Women Behind the Jonestown Massacre; NBC Today Show, Upcoming Seven 7 News Australia; Upcoming Jonestown on Sundance; and ABC 2 Hour Documentary.
She has been a panelist at the Musuem of African Diaspora with Sikivu Hutchinson and upcoming Rice University Panel Discussion.
Ms. Wilson decided to use her experiences as a walking testimony that we can overcome all things through the Power of Love - God. She continues to advocate for those less fortunate through service.
Slavery of Faith is her debut novel.