“People have to start looking at what’s going on globally, but also locally. What does your running club look like? Who do the people you run with look like? What are the books you read? Who are they by? These individual decisions and choices that we make all come together and change the landscape.”
You probably know Courtney Carter by her Instagram moniker: EatPrayRunDC. Both on- and offline, Courtney’s work has a major impact on the world. The 10-time marathoner is a former practicing lawyer who now leads diversity initiatives at a large law firm in Washington, DC, and she was recently named Oiselle’s Advisor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. On this episode, Courtney talks about what that means, what her vision is for both Oiselle and the running community at large, and shares her own running story and goals.
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What you’ll get on this episode:
- Why it was a good day for Courtney (2:55)
- What Courtney’s job entails, and her path to her current role (8:00)
- All about Courtney’s role as Oiselle’s Advisor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (21:20)
- Courtney’s wishes for U.S. distance running right now (32:25)
- Courtney shares her running story (46:50)
What we mention on this episode:
“A Wish for U.S. Running From a Black Marathoner,” by Courtney Carter for Women’s Running
“Let’s Talk About the Word Colorblind,” by Courtney Carter for the Oiselle blog
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