The KT Team

Anthony E Reed


Master Kidney Coach, Speaker, Kidney Trail author

As a former dialysis patient, and now living with a kidney transplant. Anthony knows what it takes to not only live with kidney disease but to live beyond kidney disease. He has shared his story and lessons he has learned on a nation wide level. You can explore (Anthonys Journey) or read about the (Lessons) he has experienced that can help you on your journey.

Heather Reed

Editor in Chief

Kidney Trails Editor, Patient Advocate

As the wife of a former dialysis patient and current transplant patient, Heather saw not only what traveling the kidney trails was like but also where it can lead. Through watching her husband (Anthony E Reed) take this journey, Heather not only brings her experience as an observer and care partner but also has a passion to share with the world the journey of the Care Partner on Kidney Trails.

Carol Jones


Registered Dietitian
Certified Specialist in Renal Nutrition, Kidney Trail author

As a renal dietician for 15+ years Carol brings the experience and enthusiasm that patients and medical professionals alike can benefit from. As one of the bloggers for kidney trails blog (Trail Food) she shows you what it takes to eat right, delicious recipes, and even words of wisdom to help you on your journey.

Dwelyn Williams

Communication Director

CCHT, Immediate Past President NANT, Fresenius Kidney Care-Arcadia, Kidney Trails Author.

.As a dialysis technician for 20 years Dwelyn Williams  brings his experience to the team not only as a CCHT but as a communicator among people. He has served in many roles ranging from a traveling Hemodialysis Technician to the President of NANT ( National Association of Nephrology Technicians/Technologist). Not only does he have professional experience but also personal as well which has helped him to define and create his purpose. As the author of “I Don’t Know About This!” He has made a profound impact on many that are traveling the Kidney Trails. Dwelyn hopes to Inspire others to take leadership roles not only professionally but in their lives as well.

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