Eve is an educator turned stay-at-home-mom turned ultra-runner. Trail running has been a passion for her since she was a teenage cross-country runner, but she re-dedicated time to it after being on bedrest during her first pregnancy. After years of racing shorter distances on trails, Eve was convinced to do her first ultramarathon in 2017 and has continued racing and adventuring since then. RMC embodies this spirit of adaptation and the idea that anyone can do hard things with focus, hard work, and encouragement.
Eve has completed several ultramarathons and ultra-length self-supported adventures. She earned a podium spot in her first ultramarathon and was first female in her second. In 2018, Eve focused on larger and longer races, earning her first Western States qualifying time and finishing sub-24 hours in her first 100-mile race (more details can be found in the blog posts). She started her 2019 racing season with another podium spot in a 50k. Eve also regularly volunteers at races and provides crew and pacing assistance. When not racing, she likes to go on epic adventures, like a double-crossing (rim-to-rim-to-rim) of the Grand Canyon or summiting Mt. Whitney.
In addition to coaching, Eve has worked as an English language instructor for over 15 years. Working with private clients and in university classrooms has given her insight on what helps hold people accountable and how to best assist people in achieving concrete goals. Eve is also a mom of 2, which helps her understand how to successfully strike a balance between family, work/life, and training.