Physical and Mailing Address:
1265 S. Main St, Suite 310
Seattle, WA 98144
Kerin Brasch is a passionate advocate for women and girls and a staunch mentor to many women looking to finding their own voice and potential.
With twenty-five years of leadership experience in the corporate sector and extensive board work experience for organizations supporting young women, Kerin brings strategic focus and fundraising skills needed for our growing organization. She is most appreciative of the thousands of GOTR volunteers who give so much of their time to inspire girls to find their own unique skills and passions.
Kerin clearly remembers the first time she beat the two fastest boys in a race at her elementary school and the confidence that event inspired in her. Kerin envisions a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
She and her husband, Bruce Hedrick, have nine awesome nieces and nephews whom they love to support as they all mature, develop their unique passions and achieve individual goals.
Becky Antilla first became involved with GOTR as a volunteer coach. Three seasons later, she jumped at the chance to work for Girls on the Run full-time, bringing the life-changing program to more girls in the Puget Sound region.
After several years working in elementary education and coaching youth sports, Becky is thrilled to bring her skills to a mission-focused organization that celebrates diversity, connectedness, gratitude, and empowerment. She feels fortunate to work with amazing volunteers who generously share their talents and time as we inspire girls to be healthy, joyful, and confident.
Becky has completed numerous races and will never forget the overwhelming sense of accomplishment that she felt when crossing the finish line of her first half marathon. She loves getting to see each GOTR participant experience the same excitement at the finish line of the end-of-season 5K.
In her free time, Becky enjoys running (especially around Lake Washington), yoga, and reading the New York Times.
Volunteer & Community Outreach Coordinator
Anna Fleming feels incredibly fortunate to work with the amazing women and girls who make up the GOTR community. She is inspired by our volunteers who give so much and who truly exemplify our core values. Having grown up overseas, she also loves to see how people from diverse backgrounds connect to the empowering messages in the curriculum. This is true of both adult volunteers and the girls! It is a privilege to witness the transformative power of the program, as girls learn to recognize their own strength and beauty, support one another and fearlessly pursue whatever they put their minds to!
Watching girls cross the finish line of their first 5K, Anna relates to the feeling of empowerment that comes from completing a physical challenge, and knows that confidence and belief in one’s own strength can be pivotal in facing all kinds of future challenges. She sees the effects of this program as far-reaching.
Anna has experience in the non-profit field both locally and internationally, as well as experience working directly with youth in academic and after-school settings. She is excited to be able to put her skills to use to further the GOTR mission.
Outside of GOTR, Anna enjoys any excuse to be active and outdoors (hiking, biking, running, enjoying the water), as well as taking advantage of the diverse arts and cultural opportunities Seattle offers.