Hi! Thanks for visiting my page! I'm running the Boston Run to Remember to raise funds for Title IX Girls Running Club. I first learned about Title IX Girls when my mom ran the Boston Marathon two years ago on behalf of the club. The club is a non-profit running club for girls ages 9-15 that uses running to strengthen the connections among emotional, psychological and physical health. Over the last couple of years, I've had the opportunity to meet the founder of the club and many of the coaches - they are truly an inspirational group in all that they do for pre-teen and teenage girls. I am a sophomore at Needham High School, and I am a member of the cross country and track teams so the mission of the club really resonates with me. On May 28th, 2018 I will be running in the 5 mile race in Boston to support Title IX Girls. The Run To Remember is dedicated to all of the first responders killed in the line of duty by celebrating their lives and giving back to the community of Boston. This will be the longest race I've ever run. I'm excited for the challenge and excited for the opportunity to support Title IX Girls!
ABOUT THE CLUB
Title IX Girls Running Club is a community based, tax exempt, educational running club for preteen and adolescent girls. Our principal program the Whole Girl Workout was created to bridge the divide between a traditional recreational sporting environment and an educational experience of a clinical setting. This unique and comprehensive approach to educating the whole girl in mind, body and spirit uses running as the instrument in which to connect the three.