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Jill Eid is the Executive Director of Girls on the Run-Chicago (GOTRC) , a non-profit after-school program that inspires girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident using a fun, experience based curriculum which creatively integrates running. Under Jill's leadership GOTRC has served thousands of girls this year with their life changing programs. Jill has spent her career growing and scaling nonprofit organizations for increased impact and operational efficiency. Prior to GOTRC, Jill served as Associate Director of Growth & Strategy at Cradles to Crayons, where she played a key role in developing the organization's national governance and shared services models, and led the organization's first strategic expansion into a new market - Chicago. Jill holds a B.A. in Psychology from Stonehill College and a certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life at Tufts University. Jill is a member of the Strategy Committee for the Institute for Nonprofit Practice, and coaches for Girls on the Run-Chicago. Jill lives in Oak Park with her husband Mike and Bernese Mountain Dog Bear. ------------------------------- Lea Rolfes has served as Executive Director of Girls on the Run of Atlanta since 2013. Lea spends her time turning volunteers, donors and runners into passionate champions of the organization’s mission to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident through running. Under her leadership the organization has tripled in size – more than 32,000 girls at more than 160 schools have participated in our life-changing program. Prior to joining Girls on the Run, Lea served as the Director of Volunteerism for United Way of Greater Atlanta where she developed the organization’s strategy to engage supporters in volunteer service. While at United Way, Lea also served as Executive Director of the Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta, a professional membership association which provides resources and guidance for companies committed to strategic civic engagement and corporate social responsibility. Lea established her career in marketing, event planning, volunteer management and fundraising at Hands On Atlanta and three years in the corporate arena, leading marketing and alliances for Manhattan Associates, an Atlanta-based software company. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Lea holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies. In 2012, she was honored in the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s top 40 Under 40. In 2017, Georgia Tech Athletics honored her as a Woman Out Front for making a difference for women in Atlanta. She has served on the board of directors for the International Community School in Decatur, and the board and the advisory council for Cool Girls and currently serves on the boards of Sorella Cycling and the Atlanta Girls’ School. When not working or volunteering, Lea is an avid runner and six-time Ironman triathlete.
Liz graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in May of 2000. She has worked in the Fitness industry as a Personal Trainer and a TRX group instructor.Following a running injury in 2003, Liz began Pilates and discovered how valuable it was to her then 24-year-old body. She completed the full STOTT Pilates certification in 2005 and launched the first MIDTOWN Pilates program. She worked eight years as a manager and instructor before leaving a large club setting for a studio and focusing only on her Pilates education and training. When Liz is not teaching in the studio she enjoys running, volunteering at her children’s school, baking and training her new Labrador puppy Piper Jane.
Dr. Craig Martin has been in practice for 25 years as an astrologer and spiritual guide. He is the author of “Elemental Love Styles”, a guide for finding relationship success. As an interfaith minister and holistic healer, Dr. Craig has spent his life studying worldwide, cross-cultural, metaphysical practices. From those studies, he developed his unique approach to counseling and astrology. Find more information at https://www.sageofstars.com/
Susannah began her Pilates career teaching at Winsor Pilates in 1998, and earned a Romana’s Pilates certification under Romana Kryzanowska in 2002, and trained personally with Jay Grimes for 8 years. Susannah helped choreograph and performed in the Winsor Pilates worldwide successful video workout series. After performing in countless DVDs with Mari Winsor, she branched out on a new venture with an up and coming company, Pilatesstick. Susannah created, starred and produced two DVDs for Pilatesstick, and was featured in Pilatesstyle magazine and on “TV Guide’s” Hollywood Bodies and Hollywood’s Hard Bodies for her work with “The Stick.” Susannah also worked with Gaiam creating Mari Winsor’s Slimming Pilates, writing fitness blogs and performing in Pilates videos. Susannah's fitness articles have been featured in The HuffingtonPost.com and she has been featured in various online fitness articles. Susannah also holds a Bachelor of Arts in the Performing Arts from St. Mary’s College of California. Susannah and Sam Cotrone opened Cotrone Pilates in 2013, a fully equip Gratz Studio located in West Hollywood and launched their Cotrone Pilates Certification Program in 2018. Susannah can be seen performing Pilates nearly anywhere in the world via Instagram, FB or past Pilates videos, and teaching Pilates is her life’s work. She relishes each lesson she has with her students, as a rewarding and worthy challenge.
Elissa Heyman practices psychic counseling and spiritual healing in Santa Fe, New Mexico and internationally by phone. Her specialties are clairvoyant reading, divination, mediumship, and energy healing. With decades of professional experience, Elissa’s methods bring relief to her clients through the combination of accurate psychic insights, energy release work and spiritual healing, and counseling. Counseling includes guiding the client to quickly connect with their own intuition and its wisdom. Elissa is an expert with divination systems, and known for accurate and specific tarot readings. Another source of inspiration and information from Elissa is her psychic newsletter, with psychic predictions, horoscopes, travel stories, and well-being tips. She also posts regularly on her award-winning psychic blog, and contributes to print magazines and other websites. With a strong interest in self-healing tools and helping people access their own intuition, Elissa offers free guided meditations online. Their unique format is designed for people who only have a few minutes to spare. The most popular is “Call Yourself Up”. It gives the caller a way to learn contact their intuition and hear what it has to say. At various times throughout her career, the goal to inform and inspire has been expressed in astrology columns, radio features, intuition workshops, magazine articles, and through daily interactions with clients. Techniques and tools new and old are meant to help people raise their consciousness, understand themselves and what’s in their best interests, and become more open-hearted. Elissa Heyman is from Mill Valley, California, when Marin County was a bohemian enclave of beatnik poets, wild musicians, and talented artists. The creative stimulation and freedom that permeated the air gave a lot of permission to be oneself, as did Elissa’s mother, and develop whatever abilities lay within. The turn towards metaphysics came after a profoundly enlightening and accurate psychic reading at college, given by Eric Teissedre. Elissa was struck with how helpful his insights were compared to traditional counseling methods. Eric became her metaphysical teacher for the next fifteen years.