Nancy Goodnight is the mother of four teenage daughters. Clearly, she started training for marathons to get away from her children.
They must be really bad because now she’s taken up triathlons.
As Special Events Coordinator for Scott & White’s Marrow Donor Program, Nancy is responsible for every aspect of the Miracle Match Marathon. So, if you have a problem see Nancy. She’s the short chick with blond hair. We’ll help you find her.
Seriously, Nancy is dedicated to spreading her love of running and fitness throughout the community. Her Miracle Match KIDS Marathon Program is growing by leaps and bounds and has been instrumental in bringing awareness to the issue of childhood obesity throughout Central Texas.
She is passionate about the Be the Match Registry and has seen firsthand how this treatment can save lives.
Her running resume includes:
119 Marathons (6 Boston, 4/5 World Majors)
A bunch of Half Ironmans
Nancy is a Marathon Maniac and a member of the 50-State Club with 2 states to go…
You may contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Race Administrator & Registration
Debbie came to Scott & White in 1975 after obtaining a degree in Microbiology from Texas Tech University. Prior to coming to the Marrow Donor Program, she was a technologist in the Scott & White Tissue Culture Laboratory and later, the supervisor of the Immunology Laboratory.Debbie was named coordinator of the Marrow Donor Program when Scott & White became a donor center for the National Marrow Donor Program in 1994 and is now the program manager.
In 2003, Debbie was the first race director for the newly born Miracle Match Marathon, and continued as such for several years while the race grew like a wildfire. Passionate about her donors, she truly understands the cause for the event and works tirelessly to manage registrations, orders, bills, and to keep the rest of us in line!!!
Running MMM also turned her into a Runner! Debbie is a proud Half Marathoner!!
Wade is the man responsible for keeping you from getting lost. No one marks a course better. A Waco Firefighter Lt. for 15 years and a Miracle Match MVP for all 12 years – there would be no race without him!!
Michael keeps you safe, so be sure and meet him to say thanks!! A McLennan County Sheriff’s Deputy, Michael has been with MMM for the past 6 years. Most races pay ridiculous fees for their traffic control. Michael coordinates with the very philanthropic Sheriff’s Association so that your charitable dollar goes to Be the Match Marrow Donor Program rather than to overhead costs!
Anal retentive and driven to perfection…isn’t that what you want in a Registration Chair? Truly the best at what she does, Cheri Hicks will make sure you have your bib, your shirt size, as well as your good times – all on schedule. An avid runner and mother of two, Cheri volunteers for numerous races and on several athletic boards; she is a critical component of the Miracle Match team.
No matter how hard you try, you cannot ruffle her feathers. And trust me…we have tried.
Miracle Match KIDS coordinator
Rhiannon is an avid ultra-marathon runner – training for her first 100K!!-, a single mother of 8 year old Karson, and a high school nurse. She has grown our kids program so that last year we had 850 kids cross the finish line!! She is the most enthusiastic, positive person on our team. The Miracle Match Cheerleader!
Contact Rhiannon for Miracle Match Kids info at email@example.com.
Finish Line Chair
Finish Line Chair
Started running when I was 46 years old – I’m 55 now. Miracle Match was my very first race and my first half marathon that is one of the reasons it’s a special race to me. Since then I’ve completed over 20 more half marathons, and with the training and support of the Waco Striders completed a full marathon. I’ve also fallen in love with cycling and make sure Iparticipate in the Waco Wild West bike ride every year.
The other more important reason Miracle Match is so special to me is the “Be the Match” Donor Registry. My boss Bill Goss (one of the mile marker honorees) is alive today because of a stem cell transplant. He and his wife Sandy Goss are two of the strongest and kindest people I’ve ever met.
It’s very important to me when I register for a race to know that my money is going to a good cause, I can’t think of a better one than this event.
Ever wonder what we do with that question we ask on your registration – “What you should know about me?” This man reads every single one of them. Eric Romanov, The Czar of Race Announcing, will bring you across that finish line like none other. A devoted husband and father of two daughters who are also out there volunteering at Miracle Match, Erik has run countless marathons and ultras as well as 5 full Ironmans. He is also a veteran, having served our country in the United States Air Force. Take out those headphones and listen to what Erik says to you as you cross our bridge.
Rest Stop Chair
Jon Marc Goodnight & Kyle Walton
Renee Van Treuren
Renee isn’t a runner but still enjoys being outside on a bike.
She loves working behind the scenes helping to make sure everyone has all the info they need.