Michelle ran her first marathon for charity in 2009 and caught the long-distance bug. She loved how her coaches made the sport of running all inclusive; no matter how fast or far you ran, you were a runner. She wanted to give that same philosophy back by coaching runners of all levels, distances, and paces herself. Michelle receives the greatest joy watching runners build their confidence and self-esteem each time they reach a new goal.
Where is your favorite place to run in New York?
What is your favorite NYRR race?
The Popular Brooklyn Half.
What is your personal running motto?
We are all runners, no matter how far, how fast, if you run, walk, or sprint...running is simply putting one foot in front of the other and creating a journey that is your own.