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Adam has written extensively on glucose meters, CGMs, insulin pumps, automated insulin delivery, diabetes software, mobile apps, and wearables.
He also serves as a senior editor and regular contributor at dia Tribe.org, where his acclaimed column (Adam’s Corner) has brought diabetes tips to over 600,000 people since 2013.
Kelly chairs The dia Tribe Foundation, a nonprofit established in 2013 to improve the lives of people with diabetes and pre-diabetes and to advocate for action.
She is also the founder of dia Tribe.org, begun in 2006 as an educational resource for people with diabetes; dia Tribe.org’s free educational mailers go to over 100,000 people every two weeks.
Robert Lustig, and a previous executive board member of the Diabetes Hands Foundation and the Behavioral Diabetes Institute.
She and husband and three children are co-hosts of the popular San-Francisco-based discussion series CPS Lectures.
His first book, Bright Spots & Landmines: The Diabetes Guide I Wish Someone Had Handed Me, was published in May 2017 and received immediate praise for its actionable advice on food, mindset, exercise, and sleep.
To date, Bright Spots & Landmines has reached nearly 50,000 people through name-your-own-price downloads and purchases on Amazon.
At Close Concerns, Kelly and her team write approximately three million words each year on diabetes, pre-diabetes, obesity, and digital health for Closer Look, a highly-praised service covering the goings-on in the field.Kelly's passion for the field comes from her extensive professional work as well as from her personal experience, having had diabetes for over 30 years.Kelly is the author of over 30 peer-reviewed manuscripts as well as “Targeting A Cure for Type 1 Diabetes: How Long Do We Have to Wait?Our company's expertise reflects the professional experience of its employees as well as a personal understanding of the disease.A number of team members, including founder Kelly Close, have diabetes or pre-diabetes.
Adam Brown started as a summer intern at Close Concerns in 2010, returned as a full-time associate in 2011, and has held various leadership roles ever since.