Helping Young Men Develop Academically, Socially and Personally,
AITC Supports Phrozen Jewel Run to Benefit Young Men of Distinction
This summer, AITC team members participated in the annual Phrozen Jewel 5K/10K Run. Initiated by Craig Ravenell, Col (RET), AITC Program Manager, AITC had team representation between its offices in Florida and Arizona, as the race was held virtually between June 19-26.
Hosted by the IS Hankins FA Johnson Education Foundation, Inc. and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Orlando , the Phrozen Jewel Run is organized to benefit the Young Men of Distinction (YMOD) mentoring program. 100% of the proceeds were used to ensure that YMOD can continue to help young men develop academically, socially, personally, and as leaders.
The two options for a 5K or 10k distance, provided for a virtual running experience to share scenic pictures submitted from the team, along with race times.
All participants received a t-shirt, medal, and registration bag. Prizes were given to the top three men and women overall and the top man and woman in each age group. A virtual warmup, by a certified indoor cycle instructor, physical trainer and army veteran welcomed runners and walkers of all skill levels! The virtual warm-up video was available to use prior to running the virtual race.
Employees that participated for the Phrozen Jewel Run initiated by Craig Ravenell were:
- Gabe Ruiz
- Craig Ravenell
- Anne-Marie Negron
- Lydia Taylor
- Sos Jackson
- Rafael Arroyo
- Derik Anna
- Elton Tooahnippah
We look forward to participating again next year! Visit the Phrozen Jewel Run website for more information at https://lnkd.in/g6MBYsJX.