The AiE team is happy to announce our FIVE runners that will be running and fundraising for us. Remember to check their fundraiser pages for more facts and info about donations.
Kiyota Gomi, a manager of Finance and Administration, is All in Energy’s first out of five runners! A resident of Cambridge, “Kiyo” is running rather close to home as a supporter of All in Energy. He is the Finance manager for CfSI, the same organization that hired this years fellows for us. Kiyo also went to business school with All in Energy’s Co-Founder, Rouwenna Altemose, and is inspired by her tenacity, drive and passion for the environment. He’s an advocate for composting and recycling, as well as the use of public transit over personal transportation. He does most of his running by the Charles River in Boston, Cambridge and Somerville and is excited for his second half-marathon in November. Donate at https://runsignup.com/Race/74589/Donate/c5wNw0oZFEpi51yd
Adrienne Drucker is our is our SECOND Cambridge runner. Currently living in Jamaica Plain with fellow runner and husband, Lonn Drucker, she hopes that her run will get people more knowledgeable about the environment. Adrienne works as an Informatics Pharmacists, and supports the use of public transport or walking to avoid adding to the carbon footprint. She follows a plant-based diet and participates in Grass Root movements such as Sunrise. She is excited to see other people running for what they believe in. “Look deep into Nature, and then you will understand everything better.” -Einstein Donate at https://runsignup.com/adrienneallin
Lonn Drucker hopes to raise awareness of All in Energy’s campaign for energy efficiency with his wife, Adrienne. Lonn is a runner to help people be more aware of their footprint on the environment and wants to make a clear example of how to help. Lonn tries to walk to his destinations rather than drive, as well as received proper insulating his home to save energy and save money on his utility bills. He hopes that by being supported by All in Energy, others will see the good that comes out of getting your home assessed. Donate at https://runsignup.com/lonnsallin
Kelly Lynch, Clean Energy Campaigner with the Sierra Club, is the next Cambridge half-marathon runner. From Woodstock, Vermont, Kelly to try to get the younger generation of adults to work towards what they believe in. As the Campaigner for the Sierra Club, Kelly is constantly working towards a cleaner, more sustainable earth, by promoting environmentalist policies via political endorsements. These are focused around mitigating climate change, the opposing of the use of coal and sustainable energy. Personally, Kelly supports her organization interests by riding a bike or using public transit as opposed to using a car, as well as limiting her meat and dairy consumption. Kelly runs for All in Energy to spread the influence of sustainable energy for undeserved communities as part of solving climate change and achieving environmental justice, while also having fun running with friends and being healthy. “The people closest to the problem are closest to the solution.” - Chukwuemeka Manning Donate at https://runsignup.com/Race/74589/Donate/96GYWOkePHQGSszs
Maya Reese, Student at MIT, is our last but not least, November runner! Coming all the way from California and currently living on campus, Maya emphasizes an efficient, healthy and sustainable living conditions; consisting of a vegan diet, a no-waste lifestyle, and dedicated form of transportation via bicycle. Maya says what inspires her the most is partly of her classmates and friends at MIT, as well as her drive to combat social and environmental issues. This drive is shown through her life-style, her interests in running for All in Energy, and voting for energy efficient minded candidates. She majors in physics, with a minor energy studies, which allows her to study a solution to climate change through sustainability and the transition to a greener, more reliable energy. She can't wait to show how much better it is to run for a cause rather than stay content with the current state of life. Donate at https://runsignup.com/13point1milesforcleanenergy