Megan Hovis

Megan Hovis grew up in the small town of Milton, Vermont. She became interested in nutrition at the young age of 12 and made it her goal to better the health of her family. She went on to get her BS in Nutritional Sciences at the University of New Hampshire. While attending UNH, Megan was a member of the Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field teams. She was a four-time America East champion, having won titles in the 10,000 meters, 3,000-meter steeplechase, 5,000 and 3,000 meters. She was All-Northeast Region and All-American for cross country. After college Megan moved to North Carolina to enjoy running outdoors all year long. Megan found her passion in long-distance running and started training for marathons. After running the Thunder Road Marathon in Charlotte, NC (2007) in a time of 2:45:10, she qualified for the Olympic Trials. At the trials she ran a 2:37:29 and placed 12th in the country. After a few years of marathoning, Megan tried out ultrarunning and placed in the top 12 at JFK 50 miler. Currently Megan continues to run 2-3 marathons a year and is enjoying trying to medal as a new master’s athlete.  After college, Megan worked as a Clinical Dietitian at a local hospital before transitioning into a career combining both her passion for nutrition and exercise. She loves sharing both her fitness and nutritional knowledge with others, and truly enjoys watching her clients succeed! Megan is married to her husband of 13 years, Ben Hovis (Providence Day teacher and head coach of XC & Track and Field). They have a 9-year-old son, Chase, who keeps them on their toes and is catching the running bug as well!

Our Team

Kelly Fillnow Petrea
Meghan Fillnow
Liz Wort Marcil
Jenn Stanton
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Megan Hovis
Karen (1)
Karen Wood
Lisa Roberts

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We believe that everyone can reach infinitely beyond what they dare to dream.


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