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Courtney Carter

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Crushing challenges and life with Courtney Carter


Today I sat down with our July member of the month, Courtney Carter. Courtney has had to adjust her schedule and continually adapt to a new training routine. These obstacles have not stopped her however from finding a new love for running, continuing to be her best self, and seek new challenges.   Enjoy the show! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


19 Jul 2021

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28: Courtney Carter - Philosophies on Training and Diversity in the Sport of Running

Nail Your Nutrition Podcast

Courtney Carter is a lawyer by trade but hasn't practiced law since 2010. After leaving the active practice of law, she led a legal diversity pipeline program and then ran diversity initiatives for a small company. That led her to her current role leading diversity at a large law firm. She is responsible for everything from ensuring that her firm’s practices are inclusive to designing a firm-wide strategy. Courtney ran track in high school but didn’t start running long distances until she was in law school.  She ran her first half marathon in 2007 and then ran her first full marathon in 2013. She got bit by the marathon bug and ten marathons later, she’s hopeful about races coming back in full force in 2021. Courtney has been a member of the Oiselle Volee Team since 2013 and leads the Women of Color group. Recently she started serving as  DEI Advisor for Oiselle. She loves combining her professional work with her passion for running. In this episode, we discuss:Her running history and how she got back into running while in law schoolWhat it’s like running in the DC area, especially in this current climateWhy the DC Cherry Blossom 10 mile run is a race everyone should run How she determines her next race and training and how she stays motivatedHow her fueling strategy has changed over time and the difference in how she practices vs. how she races What she eats before a runHow she utilizes the Hanson method of trainingHow cumulative fatigue has helped her distance runningHow she stays injury free during training cycles and which specific cross training has helped her trainingHer method for setting training goalsHow social media integrates with her philosophies and training and the pros and cons of thatHer experience as a black runner in DC and at racesThe importance of staying true to yourselfWhat we can do to make the sport of running more inclusive Find the complete show notes here: https://nailyournutrition.podia.com/podcastnotes


19 Jan 2021

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11 | Washington D.C. with Courtney Carter: Running In The Nation's Capital

Suite Run

In this first week of a new year, we are so happy to welcome Courtney Carter to the Suite Run Podcast! Courtney is a ten time marathoner, lawyer by trade, currently leads diversity at a law firm and serves as DEI Advisor for Osielle. If anyone knows the details of what makes D.C a great city for runners, it's Courtney and she tells us everything we need to know in this conversation.  Courtney is a smart, dynamic person that is doing big things in the world and we are excited to share our chat with you!To read about Courtney's recommendations for Washington, D.C., click HERE for the full show notes.Where to find Courtney: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eatprayrundc/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/EatPrayRunDCFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/courtney.dredden.5Where to find Natalie and Jerold:Natalie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natrunsfar/Suite Run Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/suiterun/Natalie's Twitter: https://twitter.com/natrunsfarSuite Run Twitter: https://twitter.com/suiterunNatalie's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/natrunsfarSuite Run Website: https://www.suiterun.com/Suite Run Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SuiteRun/Natalie's Blog: http://www.natrunsfar.com/Share this episode with your friends, subscribe to the show and leave a rating and review (which will help others find the show) on Apple Podcasts! We appreciate you guys so much, thank you for listening!Intro music: Pipes of a Stranger


7 Jan 2021

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Courtney Carter on the journey from being an ally to taking action

What Equality Looks Like

Courtney Carter is the founder of Ally2Action, an organization created in the wake of the murder of George Floyd. Carter helped create a 21-Day Journey, inviting allies to become active in the anti-racism movement. Each day you receive a text message linking you to a video, article, podcast episode, etc -- to help learn about the lived experience of Black people in our country.  On this episode, Courtney and Terry talk about that word, “ally,” and about a new word, “discomfortable," and what’s next for Ally2Action. 


20 Oct 2020

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Courtney Carter - Humans 10

HUMANS w/ Matt Coulter

A friend, manager, leader and ally. Courtney is a dear friend and we just dive right in. Most of all we just talk about how to be better as humans. LFG!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/humanspod/support

1hr 7mins

19 Jul 2020

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Courtney Carter - Bridging Energies and Stories that Shift Culture

The Badass Womens Council

Courtney Carter is the founder of Carter Media Group (CMG). CMG represents and partners with inclusive creators to build innovative, story-driven businesses and brands. Carter serves as manager and production partner to creator sensation Liza Koshy; culinary collective Ghetto Gastro; strategist, host, and former Obama White House advisor Carri Twigg; and comedian and writer Matt Bellassai. Carter has multiple scripted and non-scripted projects in development with her clients; including serving as an active Executive Producer for all seasons of LIZA ON DEMAND, YouTube Original's most successful show to date.Previously, Carter served as an Agent in Digital Talent/Packaging and Brand Partnerships at Creative Artists Agency (CAA). There, she worked to package and sell multiple shows across television and digital. Prior to CAA, Courtney served as Director of Sports Management and Branded Content at ESPN, garnering multiple awards for her precedent ideation and execution of integrated marketing solutions and creative work in the advertising and branded content spaces for ESPN advertisers. Courtney began her career in ad and partnership sales working for Madison Square Garden and Major League Soccer before joining CAA.


7 Jul 2020

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251. Courtney Carter, Oiselle Advisor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Ali on the Run Show

"People have to start looking at what’s going on globally, but also locally. What does your running club look like? Who do the people you run with look like? What are the books you read? Who are they by? These individual decisions and choices that we make all come together and change the landscape." You probably know Courtney Carter by her Instagram moniker: EatPrayRunDC. Both on- and offline, Courtney's work has a major impact on the world. The 10-time marathoner is a former practicing lawyer who now leads diversity initiatives at a large law firm in Washington, DC, and she was recently named Oiselle's Advisor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. On this episode, Courtney talks about what that means, what her vision is for both Oiselle and the running community at large, and shares her own running story and goals. Thank you to AfterShokz for sponsoring this episode of the Ali on the Run Show! CLICK HERE for 15% off all wireless headphones. What you’ll get on this episode: Why it was a good day for Courtney (2:55) What Courtney’s job entails, and her path to her current role (8:00) All about Courtney’s role as Oiselle’s Advisor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (21:20) Courtney’s wishes for U.S. distance running right now (32:25) Courtney shares her running story (46:50) What we mention on this episode: "A Wish for U.S. Running From a Black Marathoner," by Courtney Carter for Women's Running "Let's Talk About the Word Colorblind," by Courtney Carter for the Oiselle blog Peyton Thomas on Episode 244 of the Ali on the Run Show Aliphine Tuliamuk’s Resiliency Beanies on Etsy Follow Courtney: Instagram @eatprayrundc Twitter @eatprayrundc Blog Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Like the Facebook page Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you’re enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!

1hr 8mins

17 Jun 2020