Brooklyn resident Asmeret tells us how she founded a community fridge to fight food insecurity in her neighborhood for this BNY Mellon x Town and Country program. “;The idea is for people to come and take what they need,” she says. “It’s not about singling out anyone who needs support—it’s about coming together.’” Read more at Townandcountrymag.com
I cast Jaime for this three-part Nike series featuring candid conversations about local running communities across the United States. “ What keeps me going is being able to motivate other people…There are times I don’t feel like running, like coming off of a long weekend when I’m really tired. But I lead a Monday night running group, so people are relying on me. I promise people I’m going to be there, so I have to show up and be present.” Read more here at Runnersworld.com View the video series here on Runner’s World’s Instagram.
I cast philanthropist Liz Hopfan for this Town and Country x BNY Mellon story on how she is working to make the arts accessible to all the children of New York City. “‘There is a pronounced gap among New York youth that’s primarily rooted in differences between neighborhoods, ethnicities, and socioeconomic status,’ Hopfan says. ‘The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated this gap, and the schools and community groups we partner with are struggling even more to find resources to help. Free Arts helps to provide robust programming that levels the playing field.”’ Read more at Townandcountrymag.com
I cast Juliette for this three-part Nike series featuring candid conversations about local running communities across the United States. “Ignore the fear and just go. You never know what’s going to come from it. I think runners get a bad rap sometimes because people think we’re so intense and so focused on our running that we don’t care about anyone else.” Read more here at Runnersworld.com View the video series below or here on Runner’s World’s Instagram.
Chicago Runner Stuart Fisher shares his marathon training method for this Under Armour x Runner’s World story I cast. “Over the years I’ve learned that there’s no secret sauce, no one single way to train. I’ve learned to trust myself and the work I put in, and to have grace with whatever comes my way.” Read more at Runnersworld.com