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Leadership Team: Meet the Team

Meet the 2023 CBRC Board of Directors


Kim Lambert

President & Coach

Kim started running in 2009 with a goal of running a 5k. Once she crossed the finish line, she was hooked and has now run over 200 races, including 23 marathons and is a six-time Boston Qualifier.

Active in run club leadership since 2013, she holds coaching certifications through RRCA and USATF. Kim holds weekly group runs and track workouts for the club and takes great pride in seeing the success of her runners.

“Running has taken me on a journey I could never have imagined, but it’s the friendships that have made the journey extra special.”  


Sara Garside

Vice President & Coach

Sara has been a runner for over a decade. She started with Couch to 5K and has now run countless races including two full Pittsburgh Marathons and multiple road and trail relays. Having restarted with run/walking repeatedly over the years, Sara particularly relates to new and returning runners.


Her RRCA level 1 coaching certification further enables her to enthusiastically support new and returning runners, as well as those with run streaks a mile long.

When not running, Sara is a Childbirth Educator and Doula, helping families grow.  Sara's spouse, two children, and dog also run. You'll most often find them running in their neighborhood or on the Panhandle trail.

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Robb Williamson

Treasurer & Coach

Robb started running in 2014 with a Couch-to-5K program, and has since run several 5K and 10K races, 4 Half Marathons, 8 Marathons, and a 50K. 


He has led a pace group, either 9:30 or 9:00, every cycle since the Fall 2016 cycle, and enjoys the friendships and accountability that a Run Club brings. Robb is also a certified RRCA coach. 


When he is not running, Robb likes to eat carbs and plan out his next run.


Emily Gardner

Emily has been running since 2009, but fell in love with it while training for the 2011 Pittsburgh Half Marathon. She’s run distances from 5k to 100k and has her sights on a 100-miler, but will always say half marathons are her favorite.


When not running (or working as a Drug and Alcohol Counselor), Emily can be found spending time with runners, doing yoga, or hanging out with her cat Big Head Ted.


David Dawgiello


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