"Chong Kim serves as a powerful example of a person who has turned pain into a way to make
a difference in the lives of countless others. Her story deserves to be told on behalf of the many women and children unable to speak out so that we can all help stand against the modern scourge of human trafficking."
Dillon Burroughs, Best Selling Christian Author and Activist
"I am impressed with how instrumental and consistent [Ms. Kim] is in providing effective ways to identify a predator. On a personal level, in my profession as a retired FBI Special Agent, I have seen many examples of talented trained law officers that are experienced with the subject matter; but none that match the expansive knowledge Ms. Kim possess because of her first-hand experience. "
John E. Douglas
Author/Violent Crime Consultant
Former FBI Unit Chief
National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime
"Chong your testimony was beyond powerful. It was intriguing, engaging and educational. My guests still talk about your testimony. You brought much needed awareness and truth. Thank you."
La Toya Brown, Founder of Soul Waters Ministries
"Chong has a testimony that is raw, authentic, honest and hopeful! It was an honor to have her on my radio show, Theoretical Tea and Company. The courage she exemplified by speaking her truth to power was amazing and I’m quite certain, helped listeners understand human trafficking a little more and with a deeper understanding."
Dr. Janice M. Collins, Assistant Professor at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"The event was well attended with many students and faculty members in the audience. Everyone really connected with Chong Kim’s story and social justice platform. The meet and greet after her discussion went over an hour as so many people wanted to personally meet her. She was great to work with and LSU was happy to have her."
Margaret L. Vienna, Graduate Assistant for Activities; LSU Campus Life
"It’s hard to believe
that this vile sort of life is happening in our own backyards, hard to believe that so many of our Asian Sisters are forced into this racket. I would ask that you embrace Chong and her mission and support her in getting this message out to as many people as possible. Let’s join Chong Kim in wiping out human trafficking."
Sachi Koto, Asian American Activist in Atlanta, GA