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Intro


we are more than we think.

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Zoe Romano is an ultra-runner, speaker and writer living in Portland, ME, where she's heavily engaged in the community. She's a volunteer coach for TEDxDirigo, a Spanish tutor for students of Greater Portland, a former ambassador to the Boys & Girls Clubs, and has presented to many local groups, schools, and community initiatives. Zoë's even received a Key to the City from Mayor Nick Mavodones and had a day named in her honor. She's a force to be reckoned with and will help bring a compelling edge to your next company meeting, road race, or community event. She works with renowned filmmaker Alex Kreher to bring her stories to life on screen.

Photography courtesy of Alexander Kreher.

 
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Story


RUN. Zoë is the only person to ever run the Tour de France course - 2,000 miles at 30 miles a day; and the 1st female to run across the US unsupported. 

Story


RUN. Zoë is the only person to ever run the Tour de France course - 2,000 miles at 30 miles a day; and the 1st female to run across the US unsupported. 

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Ride


SPEAK. Zoë is a three-time TEDx speaker, and an international keynote speaker for clients as diverse as the Federal Reserve, Capital One, and the Boys & Girls Clubs. She is also a speaker coach.

Ride


SPEAK. Zoë is a three-time TEDx speaker, and an international keynote speaker for clients as diverse as the Federal Reserve, Capital One, and the Boys & Girls Clubs. She is also a speaker coach.

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Hike


WRITE. Zoë's currently in an MFA program at Queens University, where she attends summer residencies in South America. She's published in Marathon & Beyond, The Portland Phoenix, and University of Richmond Magazine

Hike


WRITE. Zoë's currently in an MFA program at Queens University, where she attends summer residencies in South America. She's published in Marathon & Beyond, The Portland Phoenix, and University of Richmond Magazine