Kim Kim Vlasnik is the creator of the You Can Do This Project and author of the blog Texting My Pancreas. A diabetes advocate, blogger and cartoonist, she has been living with type 1 diabetes since 1986. Stanford Medicine X ePatient scholar, 2012. [Disclosure Policy]

The You Can Do This Project Advisory Team

Kerri Kerri: Living with type 1 diabetes since 1986; creator of www.SixUntilMe.com. Freelance writer and global public speaker – lends her voice to many diabetes-related publications, conferences, and causes. Lives in Rhode Island with her husband and their daughter, and a small army of cats. [Disclosure Policy]
Sara Sara: Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2003 at the age of 22 after a series of misdiagnoses. Would rather have a few moments of wonderful than “a lifetime of nothing special”. Shares stories and pictures of family, friends, faith and troublesome felines at momentsofwonderful.com. [Disclosure Policy]
Meredith Meredith: Type 1 diabetic, graphic designer, sarcastic, from Kentucky. withasideofinsulin.com.
Jess Jess: Person with Type 1 Diabetes since 1993.  Loves music, reading and is a bit of a sci–fi nerd. meanddblog.com [Disclosure Policy]
Chris Chris: Diagnosed in 2002, practicing the art of the podcasting segue. Medicine X ePatient Advisor. Lives in San Francisco with his fiancé (also living with type 1 diabetes) and his two cats. Writes at tobesugarfree.com. [Disclosure Policy]
Rachel: Crunches numbers by day, writes and advocates for those with chronic illness by night, and has an unhealthy obsession with photographing her cats. (Lives with type 2 diabetes)
Meri Meri: Parent of four boys, three who live with Type 1 Diabetes. Blogger at Our Diabetic Life, and vocal online advocate. She tries hard. She loves hard. She hopes hard. ourdiabeticlife.com
Jacquie Jacquie: Diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 1990. Works in advertising-land and lives in Florida with her husband and young daughter. Blogs at typicaltype1.com.

Comments on: "WHO WE ARE" (6)

  1. […] some fantastic ideas there and it’ll be exciting to see what comes of all of this. Obviously I’m especially invested in YCDT but I wouldn’t be part of the Advisory Team if I didn’t believe in the project and the […]

  2. […] I have publicly embarrassed Kim multiple times by “going for the no” and asking people to contribute videos (*cough* Jay Hewitt *cough*) because I believe so much in the project. For that reason, I am also honored to be on the advisory board. […]

  3. […] – is the advisory board looking for a mascot? Co-mascot with Billy? Share this:SharePrintEmail Category: cats, You Can […]

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