Dream Run Camp Staff

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Matt Fitzgerald

Head Coach

Matt started running on April 19, 1983, one day after watching his father complete the Boston Marathon. This began a lifelong love affair with the sport. Having completed 50 marathons of his own, authored more than 30 books, cofounded the world’s largest online provider of endurance training resources, and coached dozens of his fellow runners to their goals, Matt lives by the motto, “Let your passion, not your ability, decide how far you go.” That’s why he created Dream Run Camp–to enable runners of all abilities who share his passion for the sport to see just how far they can go.

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Lauren Clement

Assistant Coach

Lauren left a great job in her longtime home of Austin, Texas, and moved to Flagstaff just to be a part of Dream Run Camp. Folks, that’s what chasing a dream looks like! A licensed veterinarian, Lauren now divides her time between providing end-of-life pet care (you won’t find a bigger animal lover) and making sure every Dream Runner has a great experience (often by running with them). Having only discovered running in her late twenties, Lauren is making up for lost time, setting PR’s left and right and relishing the journey.

Ryan Whited

Ryan Whited

Strength Coach and Injury Expert

Ryan, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist since 1996, remains deeply passionate about his work. As the founder of Paragon Athletics, Ryan has successfully helped clients avoid surgeries, heal from injury and change pain, in order to return to sport and their beloved activities. In 2024, he released his first book, Pain and Performance, coauthored with Matt Fitzgerald.

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Brian Kinslow

Physical Therapist

Dr. Brian Kinslow is a licensed physical therapist and a distinguished graduate of Northern Arizona University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. He also has over a decade of strength training experience. He is passionate about helping people to resolve pain, perform better, and stay active throughout their lives. He is active in physical therapy research, has several articles pending publication in peer-reviewed journals, and has been quoted in the Washington Post. He’s an avid cyclist, runner, and skier.

Abby Chan

Abby Chan, MS, RDN, RYT


Abby Chan, MS, RDN, RYT, is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, strength coach, and registered yoga teacher. She holds a Master’s degree in nutrition and dietetics and has accumulated more than ten years of experience in coaching, training, and teaching. Abby is particularly dedicated to working with individuals struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating, and athletes. Her expertise lies in guiding people to rebuild their relationship with food, movement, and their bodies while embracing body acceptance and neutrality. She strongly believes that every individual deserves to establish social and cultural connections through food, movement, and interpersonal relationships. Additionally, she is an avid aerialist and outdoor athlete and enjoys cycling, trail running, and skiing. 

She is the co-owner of EVOLVE Flagstaff, an integrative performance training center. EVOLVE specializes in injury rehabilitation and prevention led by experienced physical therapists, strength training and conditioning provided by expert certified strength and conditioning coaches, nutrition counseling with Registered Dietitians,, and meal preparation services through EVOLVE Eats.

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Mental Performance Consultant

Carrie is a performance and mental training expert, a Certified Mental Performance Consultant, and the author of On Top of Your Game: Mental Skills to Maximize Your Athletic Performance. She is one of the world’s foremost authorities on the mental and emotional challenges of recovering from injury. She coauthored the book Rebound: Train Your Mind to Bounce Back Stronger from Sports Injuries and is the cohost of the widely regarded podcast The Injured Athletes Club. As a coach and consultant, she has worked with thousands of athletes and coaches on mastering their mindsets so they can perform with less pressure and more consistency while enjoying the process. Through her coaching programs and the Rebound membership, she brings mindset training tools to athletes that help them shift their focus from anxiety and self-doubt to resilience and confidence. Carrie is on a mission to help athletes challenge their limiting beliefs, regain confidence in their gifts, and fall in love with their sport again.

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Brandie Tremper

Massage Therapist

Brandie’s massage style combines deep Swedish massage techniques, connective tissue treatment, trigger point release, cupping, and neuromuscular therapy to specifically target the source of a client’s pain or discomfort and help calm down the nervous system. Her massage can provide pain relief, increase range of motion, and enhance recovery from injury or athletic training. She works with athletes of all levels, as well as clients from all walks of life in the Flagstaff community.

Brandie has worked with Hypo2 Sport as a massage therapist since 2014 after graduating from the Arizona School of Integrative Studies in Flagstaff. Prior to her massage training, she was a full-time organic farmer and received a Bachelor of Science from NAU with a minor in Spanish. She has also studied yoga for many years and completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2015. She loves gardening, cooking, rock climbing, mountain bike riding, hiking, and traveling with her husband, Bradley, and two young sons.

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Jack Shea

Assistant Coach and General Manager

Jack is a recent graduate of Northern Arizona University, where he received a B.S. in psychology. He was a member of the 2017, 2018, 2020, and 2021 NCAA champion men’s cross country teams. Raised in Marlton, New Jersey, he is the current South Jersey 5000m record holder with a time of 13:44.57.

Currently pursuing a M.S. in clinical mental health counseling from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Jack decided to join the Dream Run team and finish his degree online. Jack has aspirations of becoming a mental performance consultant, a licensed counselor in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Arizona. He will forever hold a strong passion for coaching K-12.

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Amy Schuck

Experience Designer

Amy is a User Experience Designer with over a decade of experience in the tech industry. She’s a relatively new runner who decided to stay at Dream Run Camp to train for her first marathon. After experiencing the magic of both the marathon and Dream Run Camp, she welcomed the opportunity to use her skills to help ensure that all Dream Runners have the same great experience.

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Betsy Mueller

Local Ambassador

A Wisconsin native, Betsy found her heart in the great outdoors. She was drawn to the small town, the majestic peaks, and the surrounding nature in Flagstaff, AZ. Once her two eldest daughters graduated from college and ventured into the world, she, her husband Chris and their youngest daughter Vivien relocated to Flagstaff July 4th 2023.

Even with the demands and joys of raising a nurturing, loving family, Betsy’s passion for running remained steady. Yet, life’s journey took an unexpected turn when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2021.

The following year, she struggled with the challenges MS brought into her life. Acknowledging the struggles and the unpredictable nature of her condition, deep hope emerged inside of her. She came across Dream Run Camp and asked Matt to be her coach. Through her resilience and boundless determination, she expresses her belief that life challenges need not define us, but can drive us towards greatness.

Betsy is taking on a purpose to be the first person with MS to run across the U.S. not just for herself, she aims to inspire others, facing similar challenges to chase their dreams, fearlessly and to break misconceptions about MS.

Along with her commitment to running, she finds fulfillment in volunteering at a local hospice, where she offers companionship to those in need.

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