The best lessons I’ve learned in life have happened while running and if there is one thing I can share with the others, it is “Dig Deep.” It’s a phrase I say to myself whether on a daily run where I feel less than strong or in a road race when I feel as if my legs are like noodles and I am going to bring up cookies. Not the prettiest of all imageries, but “Dig Deep” has carried over into other areas of my life when I felt like the world was handing me way too much. You don’t… Read more.
Author Archive for: Maggie Keenan
Maggie F. Keenan, Ed.D. has never been the kind of business owner or distance runner that is content being behind the leader. Instead, Maggie wakes up every morning driven by the desire to make a difference in the world, inspire others to do the same and to get her miles in.
Maggie lives and works in Savannah, Georgia. She holds a Doctorate from the University of Georgia and is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and Temple University. She’s a member of the Inaugural Class of the Robert Hull Leadership Fellow of Southeastern Council of Foundations, and a Savannah Leadership Fellow. She is also the Founder of Savannah Women Connect, a professional business women's network. An avid runner and successful entrepreneur, you can find Maggie running on the beach when she isn’t in her office.
For more information, please visit maggiekeenan.com.
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