At a college-area apartment in Greeley, CO in the early morning hours of May 12th, 2006, stood a man determined to conquer his prey. Though he had visited the exterior of the building many times over the past week, hunting the girls inside under the cover of darkness, this was the night he studied the ground-level window and made the decision to force it open just wide enough to slither inside.

Kimberly's Story
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No one would blame Kimberly Corban if she never again wanted to remember being the victim of unspeakable evil...

Susan LaPierreCo-Chair NRA Women's Leadership Forum

The atrocity that was committed against Kimberly Corban was something colossal...

Brandon MorseThe Blaze Commentator

Kimberly Corban was the victim of a brutal attack, but rather than let that define her she chose to fight for her second amendment rights.

Chris W. CoxNRA-ILA Executive Director

Kimberly, obviously your story is horrific, and the strength you've shown in telling your story and being here tonight is remarkable.

Barack H. ObamaUnited States President

This brave woman voluntarily shares the story of her horrific event so that other women do not have to experience what she did.

David A. Clarke JrMilwaukee County Sheriff

Kimberly is not just a victim anymore. She is proof that sometimes the greatest courage comes from the worst struggle.

The Greeley TribuneSeptember 9th, 2007

Kimberly Corban's story of a victim of a horrific act to a strong and empowered survivor should be heard by every young woman.

Amanda OwensFounder of Future Female Leaders
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“Being a victim is not a choice, but becoming a survivor is.”

- Kimberly Corban