Ep 29: When should I Quit? Mastering the Pivot w/Matthew Green of the District Running Collective


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In this Episode, Minority Trailblazer Matthew Green shares;

  • How he started the District Running Collective
  • Why he closed down his first business
  • The importance of pivoting in business
  • and much much more

Perfect show to share with;

  • Young Professionals
  • Running Enthusiasts
  • Business Owners
  • People that love positive, transparent, and actionable conversations with World Changers


Information About Matthew Green:

Matthew Green is a North Carolina A&T State University Alum with a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Communications Systems. While in undergrad Matthew complete a Co-Op with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission which cemented a full-time position upon graduation as Visual Information Specialist.

Soon after graduating Matthew helped start ArtOfficial Intelligence. A DC based clothing brand that started as an unofficial black greek inspired brand to then a art/lifestyle influence brand. Matthew became the creative director that helped develop the overall direction of the brand.

In 2013 Matthew co-founded the District Running Collective which fitness-motivated group of individuals based out of Washington, DC who share a common interest in running. We are using our passion for fitness to broaden our reach to like-minded and open-minded individuals who are dedicated to pushing themselves further than they ever thought possible, all while positively impacting the community. In short, We are using running as a tool to motivate and inspire.


Matthew Green’s Favorite Quote

“Always keep moving forward””- Unknown

Find Run District Running Collective here; 

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Find Matthew here; 

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Matthew Green Instagram


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