Kimberly Elaine Graham-Miller (born March 26, 1971 in Durham, North Carolina) is a former American sprinter who specialised in the 400 metres event. She represented the United States at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, where she received a gold medal in women's 4x400 metres relay with Rochelle Stevens, Maicel Malone, and Jearl Miles. She also competed in the women's 400 metres but did not advance past the semifinals.
Kim coached relays, springs at UC Davis from 2010-2013.
Kim coached relays, springs at University of Illinois in 2013.
She is now a head coach at the University of California Davis.
- 1972: East Germany (Käsling, Kühne, Seidler, Zehrt)
- 1976: East Germany (Maletzki, Rohde, Streidt, Brehmer)
- 1980: Soviet Union (Prorochenko, Goyshchik, Zyuskova, Nazarova)
- 1984: United States (Leatherwood, S. Howard, Brisco-Hooks, Cheeseborough, Dixon, D. Howard)
- 1988: Soviet Union (Ledovskaya, Nazarova, Pinigina, Bryzhina, Dzhigalova)
- 1992: Unified Team (Ruzina, Dzhigalova, Nazarova, Bryzhina, Nurutdinova, Shmonina)
- 1996: United States (Stevens, Malone-Wallace, Graham, Miles, Wilson)
- 2000: United States (Miles Clark, Hennagan, Colander, Anderson)
- 2004: United States (Trotter, Henderson, Richards, Hennagan, Robinson)
- 2008: United States (Wineberg, Felix, Henderson, Richards, Hastings)
- 2012: United States (Trotter, Felix, McCorory, Richards-Ross, Baker, Dixon)