Come on an adventure with us this summer! We are partnering with The Outbound's Pursuit Series to bring you an epic summer camp experience. Each weekend features Run 4 All Women workshops, camping, outdoor education and adventure classes, complimentary meals and nightly happy hours, open bars, fire pits, and live music. All expert instruction, classes, and gear for activities are included too. You can check out a sample schedule here.
Faith E. Briggs
Faith is a creative producer passionate about sharing contemporary stories from diverse communities. Throughout her studies at Yale University and the New York University Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, she has focused on representation and global citizenship. Faith believes that artists have a responsibility to provoke the social conscience of a society. It is her desire to create nuanced work exploring themes of global citizenship and representation. She’s been running since she was in diapers and has moved from track, to road, to trails in her running life.
Latoya Shauntay Snell
Latoya Shauntay Snell is an ultra runner, obstacle course racer, novice cyclist and plus size adventurer from Brooklyn, NY. By profession, she is a freelance chef, photographer and the founder of Running Fat Chef, a personal and uncensored fitness and food blog about her experiences as a plus size athlete of color. Latoya is a contributing writer to several platforms such as Runner’s World, Huffington Post, Gear Junkie and known for her viral article submitted in to The Root. She’s covered topics ranging from body positivity in fitness, journaling chronic disabilities and sharing personal narratives about her fitness endeavors. As a body positivity activist, she heavily advocates for the rights of all athletes at every size, background and personal identity.
Cleyvis Natera was born in the Dominican Republic and grew up in Harlem, NYC. She holds a Master of Fine Arts in Fiction from New York University. Cleyvis is an endurance athlete, having raced dozens of half-marathons, and believes fitness is critical to achieving true equality for women.