Blog: AOBrien

30 Miles for 30 Years for GOTR!

Posted By AOBrien in on Wed, 08/26/2020 - 8:47pm

This year was meant to be my first Boston Marathon, which of course was cancelled -twice! - and then replaced by a virtual marathon. My 30th birthday happens to fall in the Boston Marathon virtual window, so I've decided to not only run the marathon but tack on an extra 3.8 miles to make it an even 30 miles- further than I've ever run before!

GOTR Statement June 1, 2020

Posted By AOBrien in on Mon, 06/01/2020 - 7:49pm

We at Girls on the Run St. Louis are grieving and are outraged alongside our community. The murder of George Floyd and the collective cries across our country and in our own community have evermore made apparent our need to follow the Girls on the Run Core Value to "recognize our power and responsibility to be intentional in our decision making." At Girls on the Run St. Louis we know that this must be at the forefront of everything we do for our Girls on the Run. Every Black person has the right to live and thrive in community without fear of violence or racism.

Friday 5 - Volunteering at the 5k

Posted By AOBrien in on Fri, 02/28/2020 - 5:25pm

More than 300 volunteers are needed each season at our 5k event to support our girls on the run as they complete a 5k and their season. Here are five things that make volunteering at the 5k so amazing!

Laila Anderson Named Honorary Race Chair for Girls on the Run St. Louis 5k

Posted By AOBrien in on Wed, 10/16/2019 - 11:03am

St. Louis Blues “Official Good Luck Charm,” Laila Anderson, today was named the honorary race chair for the Girls on the Run St. Louis 5k race taking place on Saturday, November 16, 2019. Laila returns to the Girls on the Run St. Louis 5k...

Friday Five: 5 Things About Amazing Intern Sarah!

Posted By AOBrien in on Fri, 09/20/2019 - 5:35pm

Did you know that Girls on the Run St Louis is a community partner site for The Brown School at Washington University in St Louis graduate students studying social work or public health? Students benefit from the opportunity to translate classroom learning into real-world experience while organizations, like ours, benefit from a student's discipline-specific knowledge, converting ideas into action towards our mission and goals. This year, we are so excited to have Sarah Freymiller joining us for her 600-hour concentration practica which allows her to be with us for both the fall and spring seasons! Here are 5 things to know about amazing Sarah!