Meet Kimberly Mull
Kimberly Mull is a survivor turned highly sought-after policy expert, consultant, and public speaker. She was the victim of domestic child sex trafficking between the ages of 11 and 14, as well as domestic violence, multiple sexual assaults, and sexual exploitation as an adult.
Now on a mission to radically shift the understanding of sex trafficking in North America, Kimberly empowers her audiences to make an immediate impact in their communities.
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 and resources, to influence policymakers 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.
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 husband and two dogs.
- Has helped write, sponsor, and advocate for almost 100 laws on human trafficking, sexual assault, domestic violence, and victims’ rights across the country.
- Helped bring elected officials sexually harassing women to justice in Nevada’s legislature.
- Appointed to serve as a Commissioner on Nevada’s Sentencing Commission.
- Has served on numerous local and national non-profit boards and committees.
- First Survivor on Oklahoma’s Human Trafficking Task Force.
- Managed Nevada’s $16 million Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program grant from the Federal government to serve the victims of the nation’s largest mass shooting in history, the Route 91 Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 1, 2017.
- Has shared her personal story and expertise with thousands of professionals and students around the country.
- Currently working on her book “When Poverty is Your Pimp: Misunderstandings About Sex Trafficking in America”.