Inspiring creative, adventurous lives is what we do. Why? ‘Cause why not?  The world’s an amazing place, let’s embrace the highs, lows, and enjoy every second of the diabetes ride. The team below is out doing it. Join the movement.


Going on 20 years with diabetes (and 60,000 needle sticks later), Ryan pursues a balanced life with diabetes centered on the outdoors, mountain biking, yoga, and clean eating. He loves his Dexcom and Medtronic pump.


NATALIE HOWKINS (@type1inamillion)

Natalie received the T1D diagnosis a year ago, a newbie if you will. She’s a low carbing, exercising, traveling Dexcommer and Omnipodder, trying to make it through the same old world with a new diagnosis.

AMY McKINNON (@amylmck)

Amy McKinnon is a 28 year old long-distance runner and plant-based nutrition coach, living in Sydney, Australia. She has had type 1 diabetes for 16 years and is currently training for the 2017 Boston Marathon.

ALEX REIDY (@icedcoffeeandinsulin)

Alex is 24 years old and currently living in Washington, D.C. At 20 years old, she was unexpectedly diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. After months of frustration and denial, she’s fully invested in taking control of her health and diabetes.

ANN ATKINSON SCHNUERER (@starr_t1diabetic)

Ann has had Type 1 diabetes for 15 years, now living and working in NYC with her husband. She is passionate about exercise, nutrition, and living life to the absolute fullest without letting diabetes get in the way!

MARCI TATHAM (@astoldbymarci)

Marci Tatham is 25 years old and has been living with Type 1 Diabetes since 2012. She resides in Southern California lives an active lifestyle and enjoys outdoor fitness, going to the beach, cooking healthy recipes, and restaurant hunting with her husband Matt along the California Coast. Marci holds a master’s degree in Global Business from Pepperdine and keeps busy working full-time from home.

TRISH WINTERS (@trish.n.winters)

Trish Winters is s T1D advocate & acting pancreas of two boys with type 1. In her spare time she enjoys mid-day pump failures, 3 am low battery alerts, & carb counting. In all seriousness, she loves the diabetes community & tirelessly advocates for the cause.