We open up at (5:42) getting the Docs reaction about the Vin Lananna hire at UVA.
We start off with very self serving questions about Pace the Nation before (12:08) Kim talks about growing up as a tennis player in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, movies and her decision to attend Georgetown University.
At (15:16) we talk the post Georgetown pivot from politics to the banking world, which took her to Southeast Asia.
At (16:45) we are back in America and Kim talks about getting into running.
At (17:56) Kim tells us about opening a Washinton DC athleisure boutique Summit to Soul for the holistic female athlete.
Kim gives Farley major anxiety as she tells us about opening the store from scratch with zero retail background.
At (24:06) we do what we do best and promote an event that has already happened, and hear about the already happened Oiselle event at the store.
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Our best time is now. Females. Sisterhood. Sport. Partnership. Women running. For themselves. For each other. For the people we choose and the community we build. Team @oiselle, @oiselle_sally & @bbalvarez03, thank you for running with us as we go fast and take chances. And @sroshelle – we love your mural so much!!! 😘 #summittosoul #oiselle #community
At (25:27) we talk about the future is females running, her customers and the Wednesday night run clubs and we learn more about the Summit to Soul team.
At (33:24) we ask about her running and summer marathon training.
We are back at (38:17) to wrap up the interview and then at (39:41) Docs gets a really long segment to talk about his running trip in France.