Under a cover of darkness, he stalked and broke in to his college victim’s apartment in the early morning hours of May 12th, 2006. When he came upon the 20-year-old woman asleep in her bed, he covered her face and attacked.

But he never imagined he had just awakened a survivor…

KIMBERLY'S STORY
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“"The strength you’ve shown in telling your story and being here tonight is remarkable-- I'm really proud of you for that."”

President Barack Obama

“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

“"Kimberly is a powerful public speaker who captivates her audience from the moment she walks on stage. She reaches people in a genuine way and I have witnessed firsthand the emotional connections she is able to build through her storytelling."”

Danielle Butcher

“"Kimberly is a superb speaker with sharp wit. Her command of topics is excellent. She's a professional who will not only deliver on tasks you ask of her, she's also proactive and desires to stay involved beyond events. Very few people are as invested in their work as she is."”

Gabriella HoffmanMedia Strategist & Consultant

“Being a victim is not a choice, but becoming a survivor is.”

- Kimberly Corban