Scott Broerman, Co-Owner
Scott, co-owner of Fleet Feet Annapolis, is a United States Navy retiree with a strong customer service and management background. He has been running and training for over twenty years and maintains his fitness enthusiast status by training for and participating in local and area running events. He successfully completed the Annapolis Triathlon in August 2007 and the National Marathon and Boston Marathon in 2008 – all firsts for Scott! Scott also enjoys weightlifting and pursues and encourages others towards a healthy lifestyle.
Marty Broerman, Co-Owner
Marty, co-owner of Fleet Feet Annapolis, is a 1991 graduate of the United States Naval Academy. While at the Naval Academy she was a repeat “All American” athlete in cross country and track events, as well as a “Thompson Trophy” winner. Her running career continued after college and was marked by her participation in the Reebok Enclave, an Olympic Development program. Her participation with the Enclave resulted in her qualification for and participation in the 2000 Olympic Trials in Sacramento, CA in the 10,000 meters. In addition to maintaining her active and healthy lifestyle while raising four children, Marty looks forward to working with the community and runners at all levels to introduce them to the joy of running and healthy alternatives in pursuit of their fitness goals.
Annalise: Scott and Marty’s oldest daughter. At 9 years old, she has successfully participated in the Junior Striders’ running program and associated track meets. She also loves soccer and any outside time she can get!
Karoline: Scott and Marty’s younger daughter. She's 7 years old, and does whatever she can to keep up with her big sister.
Benjamin: Scott and Marty’s oldest son. At 5 years old, his feet are already moving quickly in his first pairs of running shoes.
Charlie: The youngest of the "crew!" At 4 years old, he's keeping up with his active family and staying focused on having fun!
Laura Seebeck, Training Program and Sales Manager
Hometown: Bowie, Maryland
Favorite Place to Run: In my neighborhood along the water!
Why Do You Run? I need "me time"
Favorite Apparel Item: DryMax Socks
Favorite Shoe: My Newtons!
Favorite Post-Race Meal: Cheeseburger
The One Accessory I Can't Run Without: Music
Current Goal: Washington DC Rock n' Roll Half.... here I come!
Educational Background: Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Management from UMD; Certified Personal Trainer
Years Experience in Running/Activity: 12 years
Noelle Tarr, Marketing Manager
Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA
Favorite Place to Run: In a town I don't know. It's the best way to get to know a city - especially if you're traveling.
Why Do You Run? To be honest, I don't particularly LOVE running, so it's really the one thing I do that is a MAJOR test of my mental and physical capabilities.
Favorite Apparel Item: My compression tights... They work magic!
Favorite Shoe: Mizuno Elixir
Favorite Post Race Meal: Eggs and Bakey!
The One Accessory I Can't Run Without: My iPod. I have a major love for music... so I basically workout so I can listen to music.
Current Goal: Recover from injury; Get stronger in Cycling and CrossFit (Olympic lifting); Run a few shorter triathlons for fun
Educational Background: BS in Public Relations/Marketing from Gardner-Webb University
Years Experience in Running/Activity: 7
Emalyn Embree, Inventory Manager
Hometown: Annapolis, MD
Favorite Place to Run: Downtown Annapolis
Why do you run? Because I like to take on new challenges.
Favorite Apparel Item: Brooks shorts
Favorite Shoe: Montrail Badwaters
Favorite Post Race Meal: Anything vegetarian
The One Accessory I Can't Run Without: My iPod
Current Goal: Improving my distance
Educational Background: Mass Communications/History degree in progress from Black Hills State University
Years Experience in Running/Activity: Fairly new to running, but have been hiking for 3+ years
Josh Dawson, the High School Cross Country Coach
Hometown: Elkton Md
Favorite Place to Run: Maxwell Park
Why Do You Run? To clear my mind and be able to be happy with my race times.
Favorite Apparel Item: New Balance 6" Track Short
Favorite Shoe: Saucony Hurricane
Favorite Post-Race Meal: ANYTHING!
The One Accessory I Can't Run Without: Garmin 405 watch
Current Goal: To leave Boston happy with my performance.
Educational Background: Bachelor of Fine Arts with Concentration in Ceramics and an Art History minor 2007; Masters of Art in Teaching 2008
Years Experience in Running/Activity: Competitive running since 2001
Paul Culver, the Seasoned Marathoner
Hometown: Lancaster, PA
Favorite Place to Run: Along the trails with my dog
Why Run? It creates discipline.
Favorite Apparel Item: My sunglasses
Favorite Shoe: Newton Gravity
Favorite Post-Race Meal: Food
One Accessory I Can't Run Without: My Newtons
Current Goal: To run the Marine-Corps Marathon again this year
Educational Background: 20 years in the Marine-Corps. Currently at school to get my degree in History.
Years Experience in Running/Activity: 22
Kelli Graham, the world traveler
Hometown: Sturgis, SD
Favorite Place to Run: mountain trails
Why Run? To clear my head and health benefits
Favorite Apparel Item: running tights
Favorite Shoe: Mizuno Creation
Favorite Post-Race Meal: Cheeseburger
One Accessory I Can't Run Without: Ipod/music
Current Goal: Compete in a triathlon in 2013
Educational Background: Bachelor's in Marketing/Management, Master's in Strategic Leadership
Years Experience in Running/Activity: sports my entire life, distance running 4 years
Mosi Smith, the ultra marathon man
Favorite Place to Run: Cleveland Nat'l Forest, California
Why Do You Run? Improve physical/mental well-being, see new places, seek challenges, and to promote awareness of veteran's issues
Favorite Apparel Item: Brooks Rogue Racer trail shorts
Favorite Shoe: Toss-up between '97 Nike Air Terra Fire & Hoka One One Stinson Evo
Favorite Post Race Meal: Steak, potatoes, spinach, & a half-gallon of chocolate milk
The One Accessory I Can't Run Without: BodyGlide!
Current Goal: Set PRs in 1M/26.2M/100M and train to go longer...either running the Appalachian Trail or across the U.S.
Years Experience in Running/Activity: 17+