Midtown Coaches


Angela Knepprath
Midtown Run Far Coordinator
10:00 – 11:00 Coach

Jordan Sheppard
12+ Coach

I spent most of my life morbidly obese, not athletic or interested in sports at all. After getting fed up with that lifestyle and losing almost half my body weight, I started running in 2017 because I had previously thought that it was “impossible” for me. I wanted to prove to myself that I could. My first 10K was in spring of 2018, and I thought I was finished with running, having accomplished a distance I previously thought impossible. In fall of 2018, I felt called to conquer another impossible distance.

I joined Run Far in winter/spring 2019 in order to prepare for my first half marathon. The first group run was my longest run ever. That Saturday, I was absolutely overwhelmed by the support and friendship I found with this group, and fell in love with running and the community. Over that season I developed the endurance and confidence not just to complete my goal half marathon, but to complete my first four in two months.

After my first season with Run Far, my mindset shifted. The miles and training could be challenging, and many days they pushed my limits, but they were no longer seen as “impossible”. I knew I was capable of more. With the help and encouragement of my Run Far friends and coaches, I completed the Charlotte Marathon in fall 2019.

As a coach, I look forward to helping other runners find their place and accomplish their goals, no matter how big or “impossible”. I believe in you.


Darius Moore

Midtown Run Far Coordinator
Up to 9:00 

Haley Heartley
9:00 – 10:00 Coach

In 2015, I made the decision to begin eating healthier and consistently exercising. I enjoyed being active and met many friends in the fitness community. A few of the ladies at the gym I attended would run a few days a week and I would meet up with them, mostly to socialize. During this time, one of my closest friends asked me to run a 5K and the rest was history.

After running a few 5Ks and 10Ks, I joined Run Far in 2018 to train for my first half marathon (something I never thought I would do). I ran Rocktoberfest and Charlotte Marathon that season. Running with the Run Far team was a great experience, holding me accountable for Saturday long runs and providing a network of other runners with similar goals and interests. The next year (2019), I was determined to train for a marathon (again something I also thought I would never do) and ran the Marine Corps Marathon!

Running has allowed me to connect with some of the most incredible, ambitious and like-minded individuals. The demographics within the running community are infinite. From beginner, sprinters, ultra-marathoners, triathloners, and many more. Everyone is so motivating and inspiring! Being a part of the running community has allowed me to build relationships with people around the world while constantly reminding me why I first fell in love with the sport.

Now as a coach, I look forward to showing others this incredible journey. Helping them reach their goals while (literally) enjoying each step of the way!


Tiffany Rozek
Up to 9:00


Laura Morrow
9:00 – 10:00 Coach


Glynnis Brown
9:00 – 10:00 Coach


Ashley Kreth
9:00 – 10:00 Coach


Anshul Falor
10:00 – 11:00 Coach


Ashley Abraham
11:00 – 12:00 Coach


Lauren Wooten
11:00 – 12:00 Coach


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