Kimberly L. Smith, co-president and co-founder of Make Way Partners and author of Passport through Darkness.
Fighting to end human trafficking in the darkest corners of our world, skeptics declared many of the tasks set before Make Way Partners as impossible. However, fueled by compassion and incensed by grotesque injustice, Kimberly led Make Way Partners to the successful completion of building the first orphanage on the border of Darfur, Sudan. Building supplies had to be transported nearly 2,000 miles over hostile terrain with no roads or bridges. Today MWP continues to build upon that groundbreaking success and leads a powerful, indigenously based anti-trafficking network spanning Africa and South America.
Kimberly's passion to help others discover the unique dream God has for their lives is expressed through her writing and Our Father's Dream retreat which she both created and leads. She divides her time between each ministry location, writing, and public speaking. Kimberly lives in Sylacauga, AL with her husband Milton where they enjoy the out of doors with their 'puppies', adult children, and grandchildren. To invite Kimberly to speak, contact firstname.lastname@example.org