131 Kimberly Miles ~ “Don’t judge me by my past, look at my present.”

January 28, 2020

  • "All I am doing is honoring the commitment I made to myself."
  • "These girls are victims of their own self-esteem and we teach them how to bring themselves up."
  • "Be the change you want to see in the world."

"I learned that I am ultimately responsible for the direction I am going in."
~ Kimberly Miles

Get ready to be shaken to your core and meet a force to be reckoned with! Kimberly Miles, owner of TPC Payroll HR Consultants and founder of the B.E. A. S.H.E.R.O. Foundation, transcends the darkness in her life and emerges on the other side to embattle the world of human sex trafficking and domestic violence. Listen in as this SHERO details the backstory behind her powerhouse foundation and global movement. 

At a young age Kimberly struggled with trauma and adversity. From a childhood spent in a wheelchair to the additional trauma of loosing her mother to suicide, Kimberly left home at age 15. Amidst an unstable childhood and vulnerable teenage years, Kimberly was raped at the age of 18. “I ultimately was responsible for the direction I was going in.” Listen in how Kimberly redefined the direction of her life. 

Today Kimberly is honoring the commitment she made to herself years ago by giving back. Through her business, TPC, Kimberly bridges her professional world with her passion by bringing girls who were trafficked into her business and teaching them about business/career/entrepreneurship and how to empower each other as well as inspire one another to take risks. “These girls were victims of their self esteem and we teach them how to bring themselves up.” 

Our conversation today is creating a ripple effect of awareness in the Child Sex Trafficking world. Listen in as Kimberly reveals the one week during the year that is the most trafficked and the two things you can do today to protect yourself, your child, and those you love from abduction and human trafficking. 

The B.E. A. S.H.E.R.O. Foundation provides critical resources to support, sustain, and empower young girls and women who are victims of human trafficking, domestic violence, abuse and neglect. Please join me as I am recognized as a SHERO along with other brave women February 8th at the 5th Annual B.E. A. S.H.E.R.O. Foundation Gala in Las Vegas, Nevada. For more information on the B.E. A. S.H.E.R.O. Foundation or how to donate visit ~ SheroFoundation.org