Create the most significant long distance running and walking relay in the world, utilizing the event as a platform to create social reconnection, environmental awareness and implement goal based solutions to increase sustained physical fitness amongst an inclusive and multicultural community in the United States and abroad.
Felicia Hubber – Chairwoman and Race Director
Jude Hubber – CEO
Dan Floyd – COO
Ross Hubber – Vice President of Operations
Luke Vanoudenhaegen – Senior Director of Operations
Hope Hill – Marketing and Brand Manager
Cole Miller – Operations Manager
Leah Beyer – Manager of Marketing & Operations
Taylor Cole – Manager of Communications & Participant Success
The HTC/PTC Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement Advisory Committee recognizes and appreciates diversity and commits to equity through inclusive event engagement, so that we deepen ties with diverse participants and volunteers, and we promote healthy living and social justice in the broader running and walking community.
Meaningfully engage and educate HTC/PTC and Race Series employees on equity, inclusion, multicultural engagement, and socioeconomic variations. Learning about equity and how to apply these concepts to the work of HTC/PTC and Race Series employees is critical to fulfilling the vision of elevating event practices.
Encourage HTC/PTC and Race Series employees, participants, partners to participate in equity and community learning groups.
Meaningfully engage communities of color and partner with community based organizations to advance racial equity, and encourage participation from varying socioeconomic strata within the Hood & Portland To Coast Relays.
Highlight achievements within HTC/PTC and Race Series equitably, with a priority on opportunities to celebrate women, multicultural backgrounds, LGBTQ communities, diverse socio-economic backgrounds, and people with disabilities.
Manage HTC/PTC and Race Series to be increasingly welcoming for women, multicultural backgrounds, LGBTQ communities, people with disabilities and varying socio-economic backgrounds.
Bret Barnum – Sergeant, Portland Police Bureau
Karol Collymore – Social and Community Impact, Nike
Nirav Dalal – Team Trample the Weak
Dan Floyd – COO, Hood to Coast
Felicia Hubber – Chair Woman and Race Director, Hood to Coast
Carrie Kalscheuer – Director of Sales and Education, A to Z Wineworks
Tracey Lorts – Senior Marketing Events Manager, Greater Giving – Team TryAthletes
Renee Rank Ignacio
Ed Reilly – Member, Portland Frontrunners
Curtis Thomas -Sr. Regional Development Director with ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Jessica Zdeb – Team Athena
HTC is taking small steps and big strides to activate our environmental and social impact in the communities we work and run in. Our focus is to take our waste management to the next level. We ask for you to work with us to help make our events as sustainable as possible. Here are three things you can do to aid in these efforts: