Kimberly Roos Camper


Kimberly Roos Camper graduated from BYU in 1990. She worked at the Covey  Leadership Center currently known as Franklin Covey before  transitioning home full time to raise children.  As a family advocate she assisted in the  passing of legislation to benefit divorced families and was a contributing writer to the  books Hope After Divorce and The Bright Red Bow. She has pursued a quest for personal development and has continued to study different aspects of health and wellness to better understand and serve those around her. A certified teacher and independent product consultant for doTERRA Essential Oils, she also holds RMT and ERW credentials. She loves reading the well-written word, writing poetry, and writing books. She has a passion for all things beautiful, whether in the arts or in nature. Kimberly is a contributing expert at HopeAfterDivorce.org. She has traveled abroad and had the opportunity of living in France and Switzerland for a year and a half while serving the people in that area. Her greatest source of joy is to love and serve others by finding solutions to issues and sharing the things she has learned both by study and experience.  Kimberly is happily married and enjoying the blessing of a blended family with six children.

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