About this episode
Adalgisa (Lisa) Rivera is an afro-latina, born in Harlem, a runner, a community activist, social worker, veteran and mentor.
In this episode, we talked about:
- “community as a purpose”
- what community means to her
- how she got into running
- why she showed up to a second Harlem Run workout
- Harlem Run and what it means for her
- self care and gratitude
- her work as a social worker
- a dive into mental health
- accessibility when it comes to running
- a reference to Stride for Stride, aimed at increasing diversity
- how she coaches beginners
- feeling seen, heard and validated
- running as an afro-latina woman in 2020
- how she’s used running to help her in 2020
- and much more!
Follow along with Lisa at instagram.com/lovelylisa125
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This season of running is a great time to try something new, so why not try GU?
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