Megan Marshall, is the Business Core Administrator in the Smeal College of Business at Penn State University. She is also the co-founder of the F.L.Y. Movement (Fuel. Love. You.).
Additionally, Megan was a student-athlete on the Penn State track and field team where she was a Big Ten Medalist in the Distance Medley Relay, a Big Ten Scorer in the 800 meters, and a member of the Penn State school record-setting Distance Medley Relay team in 2007.
Questions we ask Megan include:
- Background story: how did you get your start in running?
- What was the transition like from high school to college and how did that transition lead you to what you are doing today?
- Tell us a bit more about the Love Fly Movement - mission, vision, what you do - what does FLY stand for/mean?
- What are some of the overlaps you have seen in some of the teams you worked with?
- What are some myths/controversies that you are trying to overcome with the Love F.L.Y. Movement?
- In talking with these coaches and teams, what are some positives? What are some things that need improvement?
- We get many readers who struggle with the comparison trap. What words of wisdom do you have for them?
- Recent PR….Congrats! Tell us about that experience.
- In your feature on SRC, “Looking Back - Lessons from a Former NCAA Runner,” you mentioned speaking out and reaching out as being key pieces of advice to your younger self. What advice do you have for listeners that might be struggling to reach out or seek help?
- What does being a Strong Runner Chick mean to you?
- Where can listeners find or connect with you? @LoveFlyMovement or www.loveflymovement.com.