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  • Our Staff

    Meet our friendly, knowledgeable staff who help you find the right shoes and apparel at iRun. Our goal is to get you fit in the right shoe so you can reach your fitness goals. You'll see us at local races because we are runners, too. In addition to our store duties, we coach iRun training classes. We love being active, and we want to help you get to where you want to be both with the products in our store and our classes. We offer you the knowledge, experience, and support you need to get where you want to go!

    Kelly W. - Store Manager at iRun Bitters

    Hometown: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
    Brief Bio: Retired from the Air Force in 2011 after 23+ years of service as an Electronics Technician. I have lived in San Antonio with my wife, two daughters, son (and now grandkids!) for more than twenty years. I started working at iRun Texas as a Sales Associate in May 2014.
    Favorite Place to Run in Town: Downtown San Antonio
    If you could go on a run with anyone (living or dead) who would it be: Dean Karnazes
    Favorite book/movie about running: UltraMarathon Man-Confessions of an all-night runner by Dean Karnazes
    Someplace you'd like to run but haven't yet: BOSTON

    Jess W. - Director of Operations

    Hometown: Waitsburg, Washington
    Brief Bio: I’ve lived in San Antonio for about ten years, and I still am not used to the heat and humidity. I have worked at iRun since the second day I moved here! I love being involved with the apparel and accessories at the stores. When I’m not at work, I am usually out running on the greenway or in our local parks. On the weekends, I love to get out on the trails. My version of a perfect day is an early morning long run with my run friends, followed up with waffles and coffee somewhere outside.
    Favorite Race Distance: 50k
    Describe your running fashion: You can usually find me running with a Oiselle Runner Trucker hat (is there such thing as too many?) and a pair of Oiselle pocket jogger shorts. I’m also a big fan of Rabbit tanks and Nathan vests.
    What started you running and what keeps you running: I started running for fitness in college (but I hated it – so boring). But, I kept running because I really like delicious food, and I discovered you get to see REALLY awesome places and meet amazing people when you run. I keep running now because it’s the best part of every day (even though it can still suck sometimes!).
    Favorite song to listen to while running: I don’t listen to music while running, but I can’t live without my Shokz and a good podcast.
    Someplace you'd like to run but haven't yet: If I answered this question, there wouldn’t be room on this page for anyone else’s bio.

    Tina B. - Store Manager at iRun Stone Oak

    Hometown: Denver, Indiana
    Brief Bio: I have 4 beautiful girls, ages from 32 to 18 and 2 grandchildren.  I enjoy spending time with them - from shopping to all their new adventures their lives bring them.  I have been running for approximately 15 years.  I enjoy each run, long or short, running on the roads and running in the rain.  I love sharing my passion for running.  Helping others discover the fitness and health benefits that running can bring them keeps me running. 
    Favorite place to run in town: San Antonio’s trail system
    Most memorable race experience – good or bad: San Antonio Rock N'Roll 2019 half marathon. I was unexpectedly paced by Michele Allen and Betty Vance. WE ran, they paced me to one of my best half marathon times.  Absolutely an incredible race!
    Someplace you’d like to run but haven’t yet: One America 500 Mini Marathon in Indianapolis Indiana.
    If you could go on a run with anyone (living or dead) who would it be: 1st I would love to go on a run with my 2 sisters and brother back home in Indiana. Nothing too crazy but just to share my running highs with them!  I also thoroughly enjoy running with anybody and everybody that comes through our (iRun Texas) doors.  Slow or fast it doesn’t make a difference just getting out on the roads and sharing my passion for running.
    Favorite race distance: Half marathon

    Lynn H. - Store Manager at iRun Dominion

    Hometown: Omaha, NE
    Brief Bio: I left Omaha in 1996. Spent time in California, Japan, and Arizona until landing in Arlington, Texas in 2001. In 2010 I moved to Dallas, Texas where I held several Fitness/Corporate Employee Wellness contracts which help land me a position at Run On! Dallas. In my early days with Run On! I coached all levels of running classes from Couch to 5k to Marathon. I grew within the company into Store Management and worked in some capacity at Run On! from the years of 2014-2020. In late 2020 I moved from Dallas to San Antonio. I look forward to building relationships with the iRun team and the San Antonio community.
    Favorite race: Palo Duro Canyon 50K (2015) This was the race that started my LOVE for trail running.
    Favorite song while running: Chariots of Fire- Is there really any other? Truly, I am open to any music that can keep me moving forward.
    If you could go on a run with anyone (living or dead) who would it be: My children. I would be thrilled to have each one of my children pace me at some point in an ultra marathon.
    Someplace you'd like to run but haven't yet: The Hills of Tennessee.  The Barkley Marathons.

    Ariana T.

    Hometown: Schertz, TX
    Brief Bio: Hi, my name is Ariana Trevino and I’ve had a passion for running since I was 13 years old and haven’t stopped running since then. I recently graduated from ACU with a bachelor’s in Science and I’m currently in grad school studying to become a registered dietitian. I am very passionate about fueling the body correctly and empowering and supporting others to build a positive relationship with food that is equally as pleasurable as it is nourishing – for the mind, body, and soul. Outside of running and school, I love spending time with friends whether that be bouldering, thrifting, or hiking, and spending time outdoors to appreciate the nature around me.
    Favorite running distance: 10K
    Favorite song while running: Anything 80s or early 2000s.
    Favorite place to run in San Antonio: Country roads of Cibolo.
    What started you running, and what keeps you running: I started running in 7th grade and when the cross country season started I was always towards the back of the pack, as time went along I slowly started to get faster times and move up the pack. I enjoyed running with my teammates and meeting new people through the sport along with traveling to meets. Fast forward to today I was able to see my times become faster throughout high school and I was fortunate enough to run for Abilene Christian University. What made me stick the most with running was seeing how much progress I made from when I was just a kid and being able to push my body to points that I thought would be impossible for me. Also, the fact that running has brought me so far in life with the amazing people I’ve met, and the beautiful places I’ve run and helped me grow as a person overall.
    Someplace you'd like to run but haven't yet: Oregon
    If you could go on a run with anyone (living or dead) who would it be: My teammates from college.

    Christa M.

    Hometown: I was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana, but grew up in San Antonio, Texas.
    Brief Bio: Hello, my name is Christa Mireles and I'm so thrilled to be a part of the iRun family. Since I was in middle school, I've had a passion for running and other sports as well. In high school, I participated in a number of physical activities, like soccer, track, and cross-country, which all brought me amazing experiences and opportunities. Outside of running, I have a love for sustainable fashion and the arts, which has molded me into the person I am today.
    Favorite running distance: It is short, but my favorite running distance is 300m, because I ran 300m hurdles in high school. Easily, in my opinion, one of the highest intensity track races there is and the most enjoyable.
    Most memorable running experience - good or bad: I competed in a regional cross-country meet my freshman year of high school, with a cold, which was terrible in itself, but within the first 10 minutes fell to the ground and was trampled by a few other runners. I will never forget that race... ever. 
    Favorite song while running: I don't have a particular song that I like to listen to while running. I will listen to any article of music, as long as it motivates me to keep going. But recently, I have been listening to alternative rock.
    Favorite place to run in San Antonio: My favorite place to run in San Antonio is McAllister park, because the hills are so beautiful and it brings me peace. 
    What started you running, and what keeps you running: The person who influenced me to run was my father. I heard the passion in his voice when he spoke about his past running days, and found a love for it myself. The love and excitement I receive from running is the reason I continue to run and will be the reason for years to come.
    Someplace you'd like to run but haven't yet: I think running in the Italian Countryside would be quite nice or the beaches located on the Australian Coast.   

    Jenn R.

    Hometown: Las Cruces, NM
    Brief Bio: I was born and raised in Las Cruces, New Mexico. I played basketball, soccer, and track growing up. I lived in Virginia for three years and now I am calling San Antonio my home while I attend school at Texas A&M, San Antonio. I love working out and lifting weights. I also enjoy being out in nature hiking and kayaking, which is my favorite thing to do. 
    Favorite running distance: I am a sprinter at heart. So anything 400 meters and down is my favorite.
    Favorite song while running: I love listening to Spanish music when I am running.
    What started you running, and what keeps you running: I started running in high school because I wanted to stay in shape for soccer so I decided to join the track team. I ended up being pretty good at the whole running thing and I enjoyed it a lot, too. What keeps me running is the rewards that come from it. You get out of it as much as you are willing to put in. 

    Pia W.

    Hometown: Born at Andrews AFB and moved to Wittlich, Germany a few months later. I consider San Antonio my hometown since I have lived here the longest.
    Brief Bio: I am not a lifelong runner. I got into running in my early 40’s. Swimming was my sport from 7 years old through my first year of college. After a LONG break my passion for swimming finally returned and I joined a master’s swim program.  I love how swimming and running complement each other, each making you stronger and more resilient for the other. It’s my plan to be doing both for many years to come. 
    Most memorable race experience – good or bad: 2019 3M Half Marathon.  My non-running daughter was working the water station at mile 8. My legs were tired because I had been nursing an injury the previous month, so I had not been running much. Seeing her face for the first time at a race and stopping for my memorable photo fueled me to finish with a PR.
    Describe your running fashion: Anything Oiselle!
    Favorite place to run: Town Lake, Austin. 
    If you could go on a run with anyone (living or dead) who would it be: Katie Ledecky, my swimming idol.  It would be my dream to someday go on a run with her.  I’d be hoping that she doesn’t run as fast as she swims, and we could have a great conversation on an easy long run about life as a distance swimmer.

    Sophia P.

    Hometown: Salinas, CA
    Brief Bio: Hello, I’m Sophia and I was born in Salinas, California and moved to San Antonio in 2nd grade. I am currently attending UTSA and majoring in Kinesiology with dreams of one day becoming a coach for either Track or Strength and Conditioning. I started running in high school for fun but began competing in track and cross country my sophomore year of high school and have been running and competing ever since! When I’m not running I enjoy hiking, going to country concerts, exploring small towns, and weight lifting.
    Favorite running distance: 10K
    Most memorable running experience: Running the Big Sur 11 miler on Highway 1 with the breathtaking views.
    What started you running and what keeps you running: I started running my freshman year of high school to get in shape for marching band and grew such a love for running as the years have passed. The community and friendships that I have grown from running is what keeps me running each day.
    Someplace you'd like to run but haven't yet: I'd love to run the trails in Colorado.
    If you could go on a run with anyone (living or dead) who would it be: Allie Ostrander

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