In a time when society could use more care and compassion, Kimberly Marcela Duron is doing her part to do so. Kim is a company owner, filmmaker and a future student of Georgetown University. Her company, Kim & Roses, an online store that offers products created by women in Latin America, more specifically women in Honduras trying to provide for their families. She works with the Lanka indigenous tribe who create textiles which she sells on her website for them. She along with NextGen America will be hosting Popups For Change in Miami on August 11th. Kim will be attending Georgetown University for her masters in communication, culture and technology. She also was a researcher and producer on the National Geographic documentary about the relations between The US and Cuba.