In the Press | Post and Courier Article

Black Women on the Move Georgette Mayo, 54, never wanted to run until she read about Ernestine Shepherd, a 74-year-old bodybuilder who runs about 40 miles a week. “I always just walked,” says Mayo. “If anyone were to tell me this time last year that I’d be running, I would have said, ‘No way.’ “ more »

Guest Column | Post and Courier

Guest Column for the Post and Courier December 2, 2011 ROLE MODELS LIKE HILL MATTER Doretha Walker I was among hundreds of women who all had Anita Hill stories that they proudly told to everyone within earshot. Some people said that Hill gave a voice to hundreds, if not thousands, of victims. More spoke of more »

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Guest Blog | AngieMizzell.com

  Guest Post for AngieMizzell.com as originally published May 12, 2011 WAITING FOR MY THING by Doretha Walker I think I have always been waiting for my THING to come, but more recently the search has become much more urgent since I no longer have a full time job. I am learning, however, that the more »

Guest Blog | Black Girls Run

  Guest post as originally published on BlackGirlsRun.com  May 26, 2010 Running Over 40 by Doretha Walker When people ask me how it felt to run my first marathon at 45, I really don’t know how to answer that. It wasn’t planned. I ran my second half marathon ONE HOUR faster than my very first more »