Kimberly moved to Colorado in 2001 after visiting the state as a winter and summer sport enthusiast. After years in pharmaceutical sales and marketing, Kimberly entered graduate school to become a healthcare provider, completing nursing and advanced practice nursing/nurse practitioner degrees at the University of Colorado College of Nursing. Working in as a healthcare provider for over 20 years, her skills and practice experience cover an array of settings including the emergency department, inpatient hospital care, skilled nursing facilities, internal medicine and healthy aging clinics. Highly skilled in procedures, Kimberly is often called on to provide injection services for complex patients and to teach other providers best practices and novel approaches when utilizing aesthetic treatments. Her passion in helping people to look and feel better is achieved through a conservative approach. Kimberly’s goal is to help clients achieve desired results with the minimum amount of intervention to achieve a natural correction and to avoid looking “done”. First time clients can feel comfortable knowing she uses a “start low, go slow” approach and crafts clinic days to allow for longer visits and time to review each person’s individual anatomy, age related changes and the best way to aesthetic treatments to correct those changes.


MS in Nursing: University of Colorado College of Nursing

BSN: University of Colorado College of Nursing, Biochemistry focus: South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, South Dakota

Bachelor of Arts Degree in History: University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida


American Academy of Nurse Practitioners: Board Certified Adult Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Practice Nurse: State of Colorado, Registered Nurse: State of Colorado


University of Colorado, College of Nursing, Adjoint Faculty

Allergan Medical Institute (AMI), Faculty

Biote Medical, Trainer

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Member

Colorado Nurses Association, Member

American Nurses Association, Member

Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honorary, inducted 2004

Kimberly Cunningham