Kimberly Anderson is a self-actualized woman who has made the change from living for 45 years as a Mormon man to living openly as a woman. Before her transition, she lived, worked, and thrived for decades as a spouse, parent of two children, faithful Mormon, professional photographer, and university professor (BYU, UVU, Snow College).
Kimberly has a BA and an MFA from Utah State University, has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally as a professional photographer, and has work in various collections throughout the Intermountain West. She has taught as an adjunct professor at Brigham Young University, Snow College and Utah Valley University. She is the founder/photographer for the Mama Dragons Story Project which was recently featured on Mormon Stories Podcast.
This interview kicks off a 4-part series on Transgender/Intersex education within Mormonism.
Link to Mama Dragon Story Project: http://www.blurb.com/b/6975930-mama-dragon-story-project
Part 1: Kimberly describes her early life as a child and teen raised in the LDS Church
Part 2: Kimberly tells about her LDS mission experience, her marriage, and having children
Part 3: Kimberly details the sacrifices required when she made the decision to transition
Part 4: Kimberly shares the impact her transition had on her Mormon life, and shares her vision of the future