- College Graduate , University of Southern California
- World & Olympic Champion , Member Team USA & 2021 Tokyo Olympic contender
- Colgate Women’s Games Alumni
- College Graduate , New York University
- Entrepreneur , Founder of Tousse Running Apparel
- Colgate Women’s Games Meet Director
Cheryl Toussaint is part of the original Colgate Women’s Games family – she has dedicated years to the program serving both as the Assistant Director alongside Fred Thompson and now as the Meet Director. Toussaint, a games competitor herself, is also an entrepreneur and founder of Tousse Running Apparel. She is continuously devoted to Colgate Women’s Games and building a brighter future for all competitors, inspiring all girls that dreams can come true.
- Juris Doctorate , Brooklyn Law School & City College of New York
- Head Coach, Founder , Jeuness Track Club
- Colgate Women’s Games Chief of Officials
Coach Jean Bell is a driving force for many young women, both at the Colgate Women’s Games and outside the competitions walls. By day, she serves for the New York Department of Labour as a seasoned sr. Administrative Law Judge. After hours, she is dedicated to the Jeuness Track Club as Head Coach and founder. An Inspirational force behind the Sheppard Sisters, Coach Bell champions the power of education and work to help provide a brighter future for many young girls through community and mentorship.
- Tai Sheppard , Class Salutatorian, AAU Jr. Olympic Medalist
- Rainn Sheppard , High School Sophomore, AAU Jr. Olympic Medalist
- Brooke Sheppard , Eight grader, AAU Jr. Olympic Medalist
- Colgate Women’s Games Competitors
Tai, Rainn, and Brooke Sheppard have excelled against all odds to achieve their dreams. All three sisters serve as an inspiration to so many girls both in their community and who compete in the games each year. Subjects of the new Netflix documentary, Sisters on Track, the once homeless Sheppard Sisters are a true testament to the Colgate Women’s Games mission; if you can dream it, you can achieve it. Excelling both in school and on the track, you’ll be sure to catch these sisters at the Olympics one day.