Mentors/Teachers/Coaches

The Math trouble

Hi my name is Z, and i have an interesting story to tell. So one day during this pandemic we have school but me I have to go to school Wednesday And Thursday . So This morning, It’s...

Why I live

I became a complete quadriplegic 15 years ago in a car crash that shattered all my dreams. I lost my only sister in that accident. Just 3 years after my family immigrated to this country...

The one that nearly got away

“A hero can be anyone, even a girl doing something as simple and reassuring as asking how are you to a young boy to let him know that there is a lot of positivity still left in this...

Gaining Confidence

Before coming to Girls on the Run / Heart & Sole (GOTR/H&S), I was a college intern with little experience coaching girls let alone girls who were in 6-8th grade. I was really...

GOTR is transformative

I signed up to be an assistant coach at a school where I was substitute teacher. I wanted to build experience as a student teacher and having been a runner since I was a teenager it seemed...

Your Words and Ideas Matter

When I started coaching two years ago, I went into it with the hope that I would inspire my GOTR girls. Little did I know just how much they would inspire me! It’s never too early to...

My Coach

i’m not completely sure where to start if i’m going to be honest . hi my name is daniela molina and i was a part of girls on the run for about 5 seasons . and it was probably the best...

GOTR changed my life

I started my journey at Girls on the Run with the Central Kentucky Council in 2017. I was 19 and I was trying to find my way through my college years. At the time, I was living in a house...

Wonderful Mentors

Girls on The Run is so near and dear to my heart. I had the honor of working for GOTR of NWI as a public health intern during my Masters of Public Health program at Indiana University...

The Girls on the Run Community

This week, my team began the brainstorming and planning process of their Community Impact Project, a process which began with the girls sharing what communities they belong to. A couple of...