Clora Adkins - Founder & Executive Director

She helped facilitate the opening of the first Juvenile Assessment Center in Miami-Dade County where she subsequently became the first female Assistant Director.

Clora retired and vowed to dedicate the rest of her life helping adults and children in achieving productive lives and financial independence in their own communities.

Clora says, "I'm so blessed to be able to give back and fortunate enough to impact the lives of others while partnering with some of the best organizations in the world".

We may not be able to do it all but we can start with baby steps and do it right.

Clora Adkins, the Founder and Director of Someone's Child, is a passionate woman who focuses on civil rights, social justice issues, humanitarian causes and advocating for those without a voice.  Clora believes that each of us should give something back to society, so she encourages others to be a resource for those less fortunate.


No need is too small and no voice is too quiet to be heard. We will devote the time and energy necessary to educate, advocate and eradicate human trafficking.


Through the generosity of people just like you,  Someone's Child Program  is able to provide services , training, and resources to combat human trafficking.


We provide training and technical assistance through our qualified trainers and consultants who are experts in anti-trafficking. 

​Sunnetta "Sunny" Slaughter is the CEO/Principal Consultant at Sunny Slaughter Consulting, LLC. based in Birmingham, AL.  Slaughter is a federally certified Instructor and Consultant for the Department of Homeland Security/Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, a member of ILEETA (International Law Enforcement and Educators Association), a nationaly recognized expert on Human Trafficking, and one of the drafter's of Alabama's first Anti-Human Trafficking State law.  Slaughter is a noted, strategic policy and advocacy consultant, offering over 25 years of executive leadership and management experience in the development and execution of policy initiatives, criminal advocacy and project management.Poised as a national subject matter expert in criminal behavior and victimization she has been instrumental in the management, coordination and oversight of high profile collaborative partnerships and multijurisdictional operations.Slaughter is a distinguished public speaker and skilled communicator with extensive public relations and marketing experience.  Slaughter has served as a Crime Analyst for local, statewide and national media outlets: ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN/HLN AfterDark and TBN.

The McMullen Opportunity Center is registered with the State of Florida under the Charities Solicitation Act, Chapter 496.  A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free within the State at 1-800-435-7352. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.  Our Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services registration number is CH37694.



The Someone's Child Program is a non-profit organization whose mission is to prevent and abolish the sexual and labor exploitation of children by educating, advocating and mobilizing communities to take action. We accomplish our mission by providing and connecting services to trafficked persons, through partnerships with organizations, social service agencies, legal services, health care professionals, law enforcement and educational institutions. 

​ The Someone's Child Program sponsors educational awareness events, provides speakers for workshops, connects with local and national organizations working with trafficking victims and abused women, advocates for supportive human trafficking legislation, and builds partnerships to provide services and resources to trafficked persons.


Clora has an extensive history of working around those with mental illness, substance abuse problems and all classifications of offenders during her 33 years working in the criminal justice system developing and implementing programs for incarcerated adults and juveniles.  She managed both male and female facilities at the fourth largest correctional institution in the country.

Sunny Slaughter