Sept. 3, 2021 – When I walked out of that jail on Dec. 31, 2006, the seeds had been planted that would ultimately grow into my desire to help those fighting similar battles and to show them there is hope, there is redemption, and there is healing. Without asking for help and finding my own recovery, none of my running success, let alone my personal or professional wellbeing, would be possible. 

Today, I’ve completed more than 100 marathons and ultra-marathons, including 10 Boston Marathons, and serve as the director of active engagement for Herren Project. I get to lead and engage people across the country to run, walk, and participate in healthy activities, helping each other, and others, live stronger, healthier lives as we raise funds and awareness for recovery and mental health resources.


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