Ginger is featured in The Kitsap Daily News supplement 2019 Women in Business (page 13) as the CEO and founder of Run Amok Racing. At GSJones we rely on her for her paralegal skills. However, in addition to her work as a legal professional, the veteran runner organizes six races a year and several in our office participate.
Plan to take part in the exciting 10th anniversary of the Yukon Do It! Race in Port Orchard on December 29th. If you can’t run, consider volunteering. You can register for either the full or half marathons or for volunteering through the link above. And, meet the new Port Orchard Police Chief Matthew Brown who will be the charity chaser. He’ll start the race last, and for every runner he passes Run Amok will donate $2 to the South Kitsap Helpline. And, that’s another way you can participate. Ginger is seeking businesses and individuals to match the donations.
Congratulations, Ginger, for being such an important part of the GSJones Law tradition of community service!