Triumph Over Trauma with Kimberly Gold

Born to a trailblazing Korean mother and possessing a passion for supporting active duty military and veterans, Kimberly Gold of Colorado Springs embodies a philosophy of continuous growth and excels at transforming challenges into triumphs. She is a survivor of child abuse and domestic violence who shares that story as a speaker and coach, and her belief in the transformative power of community fuels her commitment to making a positive impact wherever she goes. Recently awarded a scholarship from the Boettcher Foundation for the Colorado Governor’s Fellowship, Kimberly’s journey exemplifies resilience, leadership, lifelong learning, and a profound dedication to service.



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