The San Diego 3-Day Coaches Talk About…The San Diego 3-Day Coaches!

They’re the helpful cheerleaders on the other end of the phone call or email when you have questions or concerns. They’re the smiling faces welcoming you and your teams at meet-ups and workshops and building up community excitement for the 3-Day. They’re the guiding hands leading the crew captains and teams to greatness. That’s right, they’re your Susan G. Komen 3-Day® coaches!

As we’ve prepared to return to each of the seven splendid 3-Day locations this year, we’ve been taking a few minutes to catch up with the coaches from each event. You’ve gotten to know them pretty well over the past couple of years on the 3-Day blog and this year, instead of letting them talk about themselves, I asked their fellow coaches to do it for them!

The San Diego coaches—Kim, Staci and Nanette—are the stars of the show today! Click here to see what we knew about them already, and keep reading to see what they each had to say about each other.

Staci, Kim, Nanette

Staci, Kim, Nanette

Kim (San Diego Local Events Coach)

“I first met Kim at a 3-Day training walk leader training that I was hosting here in San Diego. She was signed up for her very first 3-Day and already willing to take the next step to guide others in their journey. That’s Kim – always willing to jump in with both feet! She is chock full of positive energy, with a radiant smile that reassures you it’s all going to be okay, and she’s not afraid to get her hands dirty and is a quick and creative problem-solver.” – Staci

“Kim has been my partner in crime as we tag team various tasks and events across the country. She’s great at cultivating relationships with participants and encourages teams to grow.  Kim’s dedication to her own team is amazing and she will do anything for you, even loan you her car if yours won’t start.” – Nanette

Staci (San Diego Participant Support Coach)

“Staci keeps us on track and is highly knowledgeable and organized. She’s the anchor to our team as she covers home base when Kim and I are out of the office. Staci has deep relationships with so many of our participants and we’re all grateful for her ability to make everyone feel super special.” – Nanette

“Staci has a passion for the 3-Day that I have admired from the first time I met her. I am so taken by her kindness, and I owe most of what I know about the 3-Day to Staci. Staci is a quiet but mighty force with an incredible knowledge of everything 3-Day. She is soft spoken, gentle, kind, quietly funny and so smart. Staci is incredible at helping all of our travelling participants and our local ones with every question they can come up with. She is calm, sweet, caring and so knowledgeable!” – Kim

Nanette (San Diego Crew & Volunteer Coordinator)

“Nanette is energetic, outgoing and a tiny yet mighty leader. She couldn’t love her crew more and it shows with every interaction. Nanette has a knack with the crew and can manage all the moving parts with style, grace and a great sense of humor. And often she needs that sense of humor during the event. I love that we get to work and play not just for the San Diego 3-Day, but also as travel companions while staffing other 3-Days. I love laughing with her and always looking for new adventurous places to eat! It’s kind of a thing for us to find great places to eat in each city.” – Kim

“Nanette has a calm and capable demeanor that helps keep our team well-grounded. It’s clear on the event that our crew members feel empowered under her guidance and that they fully trust her intuition.  Nan and I share a love for the excitement that comes while cheering walkers onto the route each morning from camp!” – Staci

 

Do you know the San Diego 3-Day coaches? How would you describe these fabulous ladies?

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