“Ms. Kim’s first hand knowledge and experience was very informative.” – attendee at 2019 Child Abuse Symposium, Albany, GA, 2019

“Chong Kim’s story brought the human aspect to sex trafficking by opening my eyes to what’s going on around us. She’s inspiring and I’m marveled by her will to survive and educate through telling her story to others and bring awareness to an ugly epidemic that needs to be brought to light and prevent from happening on such a large scale. Chong is the definition of courageous.” – Barbara Chevaller, 2017

“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, 2016

“I have already learned about sex trafficking when I met Chong Kim, but she impressed me not only her encyclopedic knowledge, but also her easy going, down-to-earth personality. Her presentation style is accessible, effective and memorable.” Bruce Parsons, Nortex Security, LLC, 2016

“In the darkness of untold stories, Chong Kim shines a light into the world of capture in the world of Human Trafficking and what it took to survive. We must know this story, so bravely and determinately told.” – Tantoo Cardinal, actress: Wind River, Godless, Longmire & Dances with Wolves, 2016

“Chong Kim, your testimony on the panel with six other panelists offered several valued points of perspective about sex trafficking awareness and prevention. Your focus on how to awaken campus discussion about predatory behavior and your willingness to lay bare your own experience and expose the detriments of human sex trafficking is admirable.” – Dr. Stephanie Evans; Clark Atlanta University; Dept. of African American Women’s Studies and History, 2016

“Chong Kim spoke at LSU (Louisiana State University) for our Social Justice platform. Everyone really connected with Chong Kim and her story. The meet and greet after her discussion went really well and people wanted to meet her afterwards and took photos with Ms. Kim. She was great to work with and LSU was happy to have her.” – Margaret L. Vienna, Graduate Assistant for Activities; LSU Campus Life, 2015

“The woman who opened my eyes to Sex Trafficking back in 2012 within the U.S. is Chong Kim. I felt that if I didn’t meet her or hear her experience, I would still not know that there is so much going on all around us. She also taught me that women and girls in the sex industry did not choose.” -Anais Baker, Northern Michigan University

Chong Kim was honorably mentioned in Chuck Norris, actor/producer in his article on Human Trafficking. 2013 https://townhall.com/columnists/chucknorris/2013/10/22/human-sex-trafficking-of-us-minors-part-1-n1728887