5 Reasons to Coach GOTR or Heart & Sole this season!
5. YOU will build girls’ confidence and equip them with the tools to be physically, socially and emotionally healthy at a critical time in their development. Check out our program outcomes’ here.
Spotlight on Kelly Moore!
Kelly Moore has been a coach at Progress South Elementary in St. Peters, MO for several years and is the mother of 5 daughters! If you have the opportunity to see Kelly in action at practice or at one of our new coach trainings, you know that she is an amazing coach! Her team is always having a blast, and they clearly look up to her.
Spotlight on Jenna DeYong!
Spotlight on Ashley Carter!
Spotlight on Daniel and Jen Hohm!
At the heart of our program are our volunteer coaches who give their time and energy to support girls in their communities! Hop on over to our Volunteer Spotlight Interview with Daniel and Jen Hohm, a husband and wife coaching team who are passionate about GOTR!
A Day in the Life of a GOTRSTL Volunteer!
Today, we explore a day in the life of Sue Harrison, one of our dedicated volunteers! Sue has helped us out in the office by reviewing curriculum and other tasks, served on fundraising committees and she is a Girls on the Run coach! Sue worked about 45 years in the finance industry and is now enjoying retirement!
Spotlight on Kim Elder
Bailey Blake, Program Coordinator introduces our January Volunteer Spotlight:
Checking in With a New Site - Wrapping Up and Getting Ready for the GOTR 5k
Here at GOTR-STL, it brings us great joy when we have individuals ask us how to bring the program to their school or another location.
Spotlight On Carin Buchannan!
At the heart of Girls on the Run St. Louis are our volunteers who make the program and race possible for more than 6,000 girls each year! Carin Buchannan has volunteered as a coach in the Hazelwood School District where she lives. She is also an integral part of our 5k Committee, providing first aid in Race Village.