coaching since Fall 2019
Ryann is a Masters of Medical Sciences student at Boston University. She holds an undergraduate degree in Cell and Molecular Biology. She is currently a graduate research assistant at Boston Medical Center in the Department of Integrative Medicine. Along with a group of physicians and public health workers, her team is studying the effect of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MSBR) programming on career burn out in the medical field and in the educational field. She also works as an Emergency Medical Technician at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Prior to this, she worked in immunology and clinical trials research, at the same hospital.
Ryann started running in middle school. She ran competitively in high school and college. The sport brought her to meet lifelong friends. The lessons she learned from distance running are invaluable treasures. As a former track athlete, giving back to young girls is an exciting honor.
In her free time, she likes to paint, experiment in the kitchen, read books , and hang out at the local dog park with her roommate’s freebie obsessed dog. On the weekends, you can find her running the Charles River or practicing yoga at her local yoga studio. Ryann is a certified yoga instructor. She volunteers with a yoga program at Boston Children’s Hospital. Health and wellness in mind, body, and spirit, is super important to her. She is a new coach, and looks forward to promoting Title IX Girls Running Club’s mission!