Kymberly Kester is a Juris Doctor Candidate and Anti-Sex Trafficking Advocate. She is currently studying law at the American University College of Law in Washington D.C. Recent notable works include creating a county-wide platform to address the issue of human trafficking/prostitution for Montgomery County, Maryland and writing an article about the interpretation of a federal child sex trafficking statute.
She is passionate about her faith and reaching people, especially building up and encouraging young women. Whether this be through her involvement with her local church, The District Church, or her blog (“The Journey Within”), which has a growing following, she is dedicated to being excellent in everything she does and being an agent of positive change in society.
3 Big Takeaways:
- Our external actions are a result of what is happening on inside of us.
- You’re allowed to tell people how you feel and ask for what you want in life.
- Our biggest blessings are locked away in other people.
Some questions I ask:
- What is it like living in Washington D.C.? (2:53)
- What do you wish older generations knew about millennials? (51:54)
- Why are you so drawn looking within yourself and inviting others to do the same? (58:12)
Sneak Peak of More:
- The Story Behind Law School (15:19)
- How Foster Care Kids as Sex-Trafficking Victims (27:05)
- Greatest Misconceptions of the Law Profession (34:46)
- Struggles of Being Someone that is Seen as “Attractive” by Society (40:53)
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