“My superpower is, I’m very flexible due to Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS). Despite my EDS, I’ve completed 10 Tough Mudders and am currently running a half marathon in every state.”

Kimberly Pope-Robinson

Where did you earn your degree?

DVM, University of California, Davis, 2000.



What’s your proudest career accomplishment?

Walking away from complete financial security to start the 1 Life Connected movement. Creating the space that allows us each to find our unique path to sustainability.



What gets you out of bed every morning?

Hearing how my book, The Unspoken Life, has helped others. The knowledge that this movement is helping others recognize that they are not broken, nor are they alone.



What are you known for?

Having the ability to capture difficult situations and open up conversations around them in a safe and comfortable space. I am Emotions Girl. I’ve been told, “You help me feel normal.”



What’s your superpower?

I’m very flexible due to Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, or EDS (a connective tissue disorder). I can flex in ways other people can’t, but it’s nothing to be proud of and I wouldn’t call it a talent. Despite my EDS, I’ve completed 10 Tough Mudders and am currently running a half marathon in every state.