Kimberly Mull is a highly sought after policy expert, consultant, and public speaker. She is a survivor turned advocate. She was a victim of domestic child sex trafficking and child pornography between the ages of 11 and 14, as well as domestic violence, multiple sexual assaults, and sexual exploitation. Kimberly is dedicated to offering life changing programming to colleges and universities across the country to educate student leaders and radically shift their understanding of sex trafficking in America. Additionally, as sex trafficking sweeps across colleges nationwide, she works with school administrations to empower prevention and intervention services on campus. With more than a decade of experience, Kimberly utilizes her work with victims of violence against women, which includes over 400 sex trafficking victims through direct services or resources, to influence policy makers and legislators in creating trauma-informed victim-focused policy. She has helped write, sponsor, and advocate for almost 100 laws on human trafficking, sexual assault, domestic violence, and victims' rights across the country. Kimberly holds her Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy and her Master’s in Victim Services Management. She resides in Las Vegas, Nevada with her partner and two dogs.