Kimberly Yee Featured in Lifetime TV Series HER AMERICA: 50 Women, 50 States

(Phoenix) – This week Kimberly Yee, candidate for Arizona State Treasurer, was featured in Lifetime television network's newly launched HER AMERICA: 50 WOMEN, 50 STATES, a digital content series filmed by an all-female team, documenting real women across the country. Lifetime selected Kimberly Yee to represent Arizona in a series that captured portraits of women--what moves them, the opinions they hold dear, asking how they would like to share their story to the world.  

"The women profiled in video, photography and audio come from America's smallest towns to the largest cities. From Arizona's first female Asian-American state senator, to an African American police officer in Minnesota balancing the current tensions of the "Blue Lives Matter" vs. "Black Lives Matter," to a disabled gun enthusiast in Wyoming," according to Lifetime.  

Kimberly Yee's profile may be viewed at:  

In the photo essay, Kimberly Yee is described as a "deeply conservative mother, wife and Asian American woman, and a proud member of the GOP.  In 2016, Kimberly spoke at the Republican National Convention. She hopes she can serve as a model of a woman paving the way forward."

HER AMERICA series may be viewed on HER AMERICA will also be featured in on-air spots launching on Lifetime. Lifetime is received by approximately 94 million households in America.