27 YEARS OF RUNNING
5-TIME BOSTON MARATHON FINISHER
13 YEARS of COACHING BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED RUNNERS
ROAD RUNNERS CLUB OF AMERICA, CERTIFIED COACH
USTFCCCA, Certified Endurance SPECIALIST
USTFCCCA, Certified strength & conditioning SPECIALIST
USATF, LEVEL 1 CERTIFIED COACH
VDOT o2, certified Distance running coach
B.A. HARVARD UNIVERSITY
A distance runner since the age of twelve, Eve has a passion for running as a life-long pursuit and fulfilling lifestyle. When she was a student at Harvard University, the legendary spirit of running in Boston enticed Eve to train for her first marathon. She has run eleven marathons and countless half-marathons since. She is a five-time Boston Marathon finisher.
Inspired by the great coaches and role models she has had throughout the years, Eve turned her attention to coaching in 2005. She had the honor of coaching people who were raising funds to end HIV/AIDS. As a coach for the AIDS Marathon Training Program, she brought hundreds of participants from 3 miles to 26.2 miles in 6 months. She also developed and coached the Intermediate and Advanced training programs. 100% of her runners triumphantly crossed the finish line of their races.
From 2008-2011, Eve turned her attention to the half-marathon, coaching hundreds of runners competing in eleven races with Fleet Feet Sports San Francisco. She was the "Running Expert and Coach" for START Fitness in San Francisco and did coaching and personal training for Sausalito Fit. She coached the Lululemon Corte Madera Run Team.
In 2011, Eve founded Coach Eve: Personal Training for Joyful Running, and she presently trains clients for races ranging from 5K to marathon distance. She also works with many clients training for military and other professional fitness tests.
In 2018, Eve joined the cross country coaching staff of Lick-Wilmerding High School in San Francisco. The Lick-Wilmerding boys placed 2nd at the 2018 State Championship, and girls were the 2018 Division V State Champions!
Check out Coach Eve in the "Ask the Experts" section of the June 2015 issue of Runner's World!