I live on the Upper West Side in NYC with my boyfriend, Jake, and dog, Nala. The shortest race I’ve ever run is the 400, and my longest run is 18 miles. I typically prefer to run without headphones, but when I do, I love listening to running podcasts or my favorite musicians, Hozier and Dermot Kennedy.
• 2013 World Championship 1500m Finalist (10th Place)
• 2014 World Junior Champion 3000m
• 2014 Millrose Games Mile Champion
Michigander turned New Yorker. I live on the Upper West Side and am a 2018 University of Michigan graduate from the school of kinesiology. I helped the wolverines to a runner-up finish at the NCAA cross country championships.
• 2018 4:11.48 1500m PR at the Cardinal Classic, Palo Alto, CA
• 2018 2:05.09 800m PR at the Battle of the Blues, Durham, NC
• 2018 Big Ten Champion
When I’m not coaching, you can find me spending time at Green’s Hardware, or my family’s business in Wellesley, Massachusetts (mile 15 of the Boston Marathon course). Also, although my last name is Green, I do not, in fact, have a green thumb and struggle to keep my house plants alive.
While at Georgetown I was a multi-time All-American and an Academic All-American. I have my Bachelors in psychology and sociology and my Masters in Sports Industry Management from Georgetown University. While at college and as a professional, I competed in the 5000m and 10000m. Thanks to experience from my own running career and from the teaching of his coaches at Georgetown, I felt ready to make the jump to coaching. Within my first year of coaching, I coached Molly Seidel to the US Olympic team.
Prior to joining Atalanta NY, I was President and General Counsel of HICKIES, Inc., an alternative shoe lacing startup that sold more than 6 million pairs of its patented elastic laces. I formerly practiced law at Friedman Kaplan Seiler & Adelman LLP, focusing on complex commercial and securities litigation. I also raced as a professional duathlete for three seasons during the mid-2000s and then raced around as a stay-at-home father of a daughter and son before returning to the world of startups.
2021 is the 25th anniversary of my first open race win, the 1996 Little Falls Canal Classic Bicycle Race, and it is the 15th anniversary of 2006, when I won nine races including the Lighter Than Air and Thundergust Duathlons. Over the years, my wins in Central Park have included a bicycle race, duathlon, individual time trial, and team time trial, but never a running race.