Kim, sister of murder victim Ron Goldman (OJ Simpson Trial), has spent the last 18 years of her life as a victims’ advocate. She travels the country as an impassioned public speaker on victims’ rights, the role of the media, judicial reform, and other related topics. Her advocacy doesn't stop there; she spends her days as the Executive Director of the Youth Project; a non-profit organization that provides counseling, crisis intervention, support groups and outreach to teenagers, 12 -18 years old.
As an accomplished writer, Kim co-authored the New York Times Bestseller His Name is Ron, Our Search for Justice (1998, William Morrow & Co.) And in 2007, Kim authored two chapters for the New York Times Bestseller If I Did It, Confessions of the Killer. (2007, Beaufort Books), her memoir, Can't Forgive and most recently published, Media Circus, A Look at Private Tragedy in the Public Eye.
Additionally, Kim serves as the founding Co-Chair of The Ron Goldman Foundation for Justice, Advisory Council Member for Crime Survivors Inc., Advisory Board Member for Habitat for Heroes, Stakeholder for Vision 21, Board Member with National Center for Victims of Crime and collaborates with numerous other organizations.
Kim contributes to a variety of media outlets, including: "The Ricki Lake Show," FOX News Channel, MSNBC, CourtTV, and CNN. She has been a guest on news programs such as "20/20," "The Today Show," "Good Morning America," "Oprah," "Dr. Phil" and "Larry King." She has also been interviewed in multiple national magazines and newspapers such as Time, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, People, Newsweek, The Washington Post, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, New York Times and The Boston Herald, raising her profile as a tireless advocate of victims’ rights.
She is a single parent to a son and a resident of Los Angeles.
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