Jenny Edgerton is an 20 year Fleet Feet employee and is our footwear and apparel buyer. Jenny was a competitive High School runner and graduated from Sacramento State with a degree in Criminal Justice. A competitive trail, road and ultra racer, she can help with most any running or athletic questions, injuries, or issues.
Kirk Edgerton is celebrating his 10th year with Fleet Feet and is the General Manager for our Folsom location. Kirk is also our accessory and nutrition buyer as well as a USATF Level 1 coach. When not in the store, he's chasing his two young boys or on the trails!
Dan Napieralski was hired to work at Fleet Feet in 2001 and is currently our training/sales manager. Dan's our resident running form, track, speed training expert and is a USATF Level 1 coach.
Jocelyn S. has been avid runner since high school and continued that passion running cross country and track at Southern Oregon University. She has now extended that passion for running both trail and road races ranging from 5ks to ultra marathons. Working at Fleet Feet as a co-manager has allowed her to help other runners find the right tools they need to enhance their running experiences. She loves the Folsom area as it offers so much for runners to explore and enjoy while out on the trails.
Rochelle G. joined the Fleet Feet staff in 2014 and is an Road Running Club of America (RRCA) certified coach. She brings 12+ years of racing experience in triathlons, duathlons, road and trail long distance events. She is most knowledgeable in nutrition and training for the half and full marathon distances. She is the cross country coach for St. Rose school in Roseville. She is a member of the Folsom/Roseville Fleet Feet Road racing team. She enjoys educating runners of all ages and abilities on how to train smart and have fun with running.
For Heidi, Fleet Feet started as a summer job while home from college but her love for the store turned it into a full time venture. She ran cross country and track and found that she loved the bonding, unity, and sense of accomplishment running could bring. Now she shares that with customers and the beginner training program she coaches. Her personal favorite distance to train for is the half marathon.
Amy W. began running a few years ago and quickly fell in love with it. After having so much fun running shorter races, she is currently training for a half marathon with plans of a full marathon and a Spartan race in the next year. Amy has an associates degree in Advanced Health and Fitness Training from Bryan College, and does personal training on the side. She enjoys encouraging others to stay active and healthy.
Cheryl K. began running with the Fleet Feet half marathon training group in 2012. After an injury she returned to running on the trails around Folsom Lake, Lake Natoma and Auburn/Cool and fell in love with trail running. She has completed many trail half marathons and one trail marathon and looks forward to completing her first 50k soon! Cheryl is also a registered dietitian.
Morgan P. joined the fleet feet staff in June of 2016 and couldn't think of a better place to work! Running has been something so innately her since age 7. She enjoys racing on the track to running on the trails. She's currently competing for the SRA Elite team in the 800m-1500m. She is obtaining her degree in kinesiology at Sacramento state while volunteering her time as assistant coach for Sierra College women's cross country.
Amanda B. joined the Fleet Feet team in August 2017. She has been running and racing since she was 11 and currently races for William Jessup University where she is a psychology major. In her spare time Amanda enjoys hiking, baking, and petting dogs she meets out on runs.
Elinor Y. joined Fleet Feet in 2017 and is happy to share her decades of running expertise. An immigrant from Sweden, she ran Cross Country for Hawaii Pacific University while obtaining a B.S.B.A Degree in Marketing and a MBA in International Business. All-American Athlete each year at HPU, and Cross Country State Champion - she still considers her biggest accomplishment continuing to train and compete as a Master's runner, both in track, road racing, and cross country. When not running. she trains and competes in dressage.
Angela S. began her running career as a transfer at William Jessup University in 2016. She joined the Fleet Feet team in February 2018 and enjoys road trips to the mountains, beaches, and all things fitness.
David F: I am a 2015 American River Alumni who is currently enrolled at Sac State for my undergraduate. I am an assistant coach for Cross Country and Track and Sac State. I also compete for the Sacramento Running Association (SRA Elite). I have been running competitively since the 4th grade and have loved it ever since. I am very excited to be a part of the Fleet Feet family.
David K joined the Fleet Feet staff in August of 2018. He brings 9 years of competitive racing experience ranging from the 800m to the 8k run. David enjoys road trips, camping and anything involving the outdoors.
David G. joined Fleet Feet in 2018. An avid recreational runner and cyclist he has been working in triathlon and bike shops for the last decade. He's the first to admit that he isn't the best runner, but loves to do it nonetheless. His main interest is in longer distance trail running, but can appreciate any and all of the sub-disciplines within the sport.
Jeannie M. I started running a little over 4 years ago with Fleet Feet Limitless group. Running forever changed my life in so many ways!! I have never felt better both mentally and physically. I have accomplished goals I never thought possible for myself. The wonderful friendships, encouragement and support has all been a big part of my success. I have completed many 5k's 10k's, trail races and have completed six 1/2 Marathons as of March 2019. I plan to venture into more trail training this summer with a goal of completing my first trail 13.1 I began working at Fleet Feet in 2018 and started coaching our Limitless beginner running program in 2019
Lacy C. I joined the cross country team when I was 14, and that’s when I discovered my passion for running. During high school, my new found passion for running sparked my interest in the field of Kinesiology. Currently, I run for William Jessup University where I study Kinesiology. I hope to become an athletic trainer or a physical therapist after college. During my free time, I love to travel, drink coffee, and spend time with friends and family.