Sharlene Provilus

Sharlene Alice provilus

the speaker




Professional Speaker

As a professional speaker and trainer, I've had the unique privilege of sharing my experiences with both students and professionals. It's fascinating to see how authenticity and courage can inspire people from every walk of life. My motto is simple. You are never too young to start telling your story and you are never too old to start owning your story. Over the last ten years, I've led keynote presentations and workshop experiences for thousands of participants from various organizations.

I got my start sharing Spoken Word Poetry. To this day, it's still one of the most unique features I bring to each speaking engagement. When I deliver a keynote presentation, facilitate a corporate training experience, host an event or lead a workshop my goal is the same. I want to reach people in the most meaningful way possible and inspire them to live life to the fullest.


Speaker expertise

  • Youth Advocacy

  • Foster Care and Adoption

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences

  • Social Emotional Learning

  • Community Development

  • Cultural Competence

  • Leadership Team Development


Sharlene Alice provilus

  the performing artist


Spoken Word Artist

Spoken Word is a performance art that couples poetry with dynamic storytelling. This is where it all started for me. When I first began writing poetry, I had no intention of sharing it with anyone. I started sharing my art when I realized the impact it could have on other people. I use words to inspire those around me.

When I write and speak I share what's most important in my world and in the world of others. If you've ever heard me share Spoken Word, you have heard my heart. I am a raw communicator with a powerful story. Every voice has its own signature and my voice is no different. I'm an inspirational artist who is honest, compelling, and grateful for every experience that's made me who I am today.


Poetry Topics

  • Resilience

  • Ambition

  • Identity

  • Reconciliation

  • Love and Relationships

  • Cultural Issues

  • Human Rights

  • Christian Faith

  • Forgiveness