Meet Our Coaches

When you join a Fleet Feet Training Program, you'll benefit from years of experience and expertise from our coaches. Don't let their impressive resumes intimidate you--their passion for coaching benefits beginners and advanced runners. Our programs are inclusive and non-competitive, but you will work hard!

Carleigh High
Co-Head Coach/Program Coordinator

CPR, AED, and First Aid Certified; Licensed Physical Therapist

Carleigh started with Fleet Feet in North Carolina in 2011, and began coaching with Fleet Feet's training programs in 2012. She has coached individuals and groups from beginning a walking program to running marathons to completing ironman triathlons. Carleigh moved to Tucson in 2018 to work as a physical therapist with Banner UMC. She couldn't stay away from coaching or Fleet Feet, however, and came on board with us coach right after she arrived. Carleigh's advice to those just starting out: find what motivates you so you can call upon that when training gets hard. Questions? Email

Bob Jones
Co-Head Coach/Program Coordinator

RRCA, CPR, AED and First Aid Certified

To say coach Bob is an experienced racer is a bit of an understatement. He began racing in 1983, and since then, has finished over 900 races, including 40 marathons. Bob's racing experience includes traditional road racing, track, cross country, Duathlon, and Triathlon.  He's a 3 time All-American in Duathlon and competed for Team USA in Duathlon 4 times (2012, 2014, 2015, & 2017). Bob turned his focus to others in 2003, and began coaching individuals to complete as well as achieve personal records in various distances and events. He began leading track workouts since 2006, setting up programs to prepare runners for iconic events such as the Boston and Chicago Marathons. Bob also moved to Tucson in 2018, having visited a few years prior and fallen in love with it--didn't hurt it was also a great escape from the Chicago winters. Bob's advice to all runners: enjoy the journey! Questions? Email


Mollie Liskiewicz

Originally from Michigan, Mollie started running with Girls on The Run around age 12, and hasn't looked back. She moved to Tucson in 2019 for the sun and climate, which is a bit better than Michigan for being outdoors all year. In terms of running, Mollie likes the views for the middle of the pack, and loves to cheer others' accomplishments (a great trait for any coach to have!). She has a degree in wildlife biology, so when Mollie's not working at Fleet Feet, she heads to the mountains to track and study wildlife.  Mollie's usual race distance is the half marathon, but she has a goal is to complete a 55k... and maybe a 50-miler someday. Her advice to those just starting out: remember the first mile is usually the hardest. Favorite post-run activities? An ice bath and a cold beer. 

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