Meg has been recreationally running for the past 25 years and has run 17 marathons and countless other road races. She has been blessed to be able to compete in the Boston Marathon 4 times. She officially switched over to training for triathlon exclusively in April of 2016. While she is still somewhat new to the sport herself, she has fully immersed herself in learning about all things triathlon and feels a deep passion about learning, training and sharing triathlon whenever possible. She has been quoted as saying, “I’m gonna be at this a really long time if it’s up to me!” In her first two seasons, Meg has competed in six 70.3 distance races (including WC in Chattanooga) and many sprint distance races. Additionally, her most rewarding race experiences have been participating twice with athletes involved in the Kyle Pease organization.
Meg has been involved with Energy Lab and Atlanta Tri Club for the past few years, serving on the Ambassador Team, as an assistant Long Run Coach, and now a Cycling Instructor at Energy Lab
In her personal life, Meg is a stay-home mom of 2 children, ages 9 and 12. She is a native of Wisconsin and frequently cheers for her alma mater, UW-Madison. She has her master’s degree in counseling psychology. She is excited to partner with athletes to achieve their goals through individual coaching. She believes finding the “why” for each person is a huge key to success.