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Welcome, Kim McFarland

Girls on the Run New Hampshire is excited to have Kim McFarland joining our staff as Operations Coordinator! Learn more about Kim's journey to us:


I was able to see firsthand, both as a coach and a mom of two daughters, the positive impact of Girls on the Run. I started as a substitute coach and then a coach when my oldest daughter was in elementary school at Swasey Central in Brentwood. My daughters are now 21 and 19, both in college.

After college and graduate school, I began my career in non-profit working for the United Way in Portland, Maine. I took time off to raise my daughters, staying very connected to my communities through amazing volunteer work such as a GOTR, Board of Director positions, and local food pantries. I am so happy and grateful to find myself back at GOTR, a program that holds so many special memories with my daughters and to be an integral part of sharing its important mission as the Operations Coordinator. 

I also love to run, having competed through high school and college. My favorite distance to train for and race is the half-marathon. This past summer I discovered trail racing - I did my first trail race at Gunstock Mountain with my daughter, and I am hooked! I am passionate about all outdoor activities and the GOTR dynamic of teaching girls valuable life skills around physical activity. 


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