Elizabeth G. Rosenblum CO- Founder & CEO Elizabeth Rosenblum is the co-founder of Street2Feet, a 5K training program serving those who experience homelessness. Elizabeth received her bachelor’s degree from Southwest Texas State University in Recreational Therapy in 1991, and has twenty years experience in mental health and addiction treatment. She and a friend conceived the Street2Feet program in 2008, recognizing the importance of exercise to brain chemistry, particularly for those battling anxiety, addiction, and depression. The Program is founded on the belief that people must be whole and healthy in spirit, mind, and body, and Street2Feet thus allows Elizabeth the opportunity to combine her passion for health and exercise with her enthusiasm for watching people succeed. Elizabeth’s work with Street2Feet has been recognized in the community including receiving the United Way Volunteer of the Year Award; San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Woman of the Year Award; United Way Volunteer of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award; the Jefferson Award; and, Angels Among Us. Elizabeth is married to Rick Rosenblum, and they have two daughters.
Lana L. Hernandez Program Director Graduated from Texas A&M - San Antonio, Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor's of Science Interdisciplinary Studies in Special Education, EC-12. Enjoying the sport of running for 18+ years has allowed her to lead marathon & half marathon training programs and other coaching opportunities in her community. Perpetually optimistic and motivated in bridging the accessibility of health, nutrition and exercise to all communities, the Street2Feet Organization has allowed her to continue this passion by assisting in the development of the S2F wellness program. Lana also enjoys her dog Muchi and working with her family's business; IAAP in race management and logistics, assisting in 200+ events per year. However, her main focus is the S2F mission and sharing the joy of movement and running in mind, body & spirit.