We are very excited to share the growing momentum of our Bras for Girls donation program. Thanks to your involvement and commitment, 2022 is going to be historic! Read more about Bras for Girls in the blog here.
We asked The Nest to share their reflections on the wild year that was 2021. Thank you to our wing women for their thoughts, wisdom, and belief in the bird. You can read more of their thoughts in the blog.
Athlete-Advisors at Oiselle. Each represents Oiselle in running/sports via their individual pursuits, and as part of the Oiselle Advisory Group, which helps shape the direction of the company. In turn, our goal is to support their ongoing work as athletes, activists, writers, and thought leaders. And we thought it was about time to get to know them all a little better.
Renewed togetherness… yep, this is the concept. I know because we’ve been discussing it for months. Thankfully, I’ve been buoyed by some recent experiences that speak to the love, joy and hope of the run community — but more on that in a minute.
When leaders of Trinity Episcopal Church in Indianapolis (where Volée teammate Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows serves as Bishop) learned that LGBTQ+ youth homelessness is an invisible crisis in their city, they found a way to provide a safe home in Trinity Haven.
Oiselle was honored to recently partner with Mechelle Lewis Freeman, Jennifer Forrester, and TrackGirlz to present storytelling by the legendary Tigerbelles team from the 1960’s. We are big believers in the TrackGirlz mission of empowering girls through track and field. Check out their latest initiative - street racing - and join in the fun if you’ll be in Eugene for the Track and Field Olympic Trials!
After trying on a pair of running shorts, a switch flipped for Volée teammate Katie Ahrens. Little did she know that pair of running shorts would lead her down a path to unabashedly be herself.
In 1928, Marylou Jackson, Velma Jackson, Ethyl Miller, Leolya Nelson, and Constance White set a challenge - cycle 250-mi from Harlem, NY to Washington, DC in less than 65 hours. 93 years later, Keshia Roberson has organized a ride to answer the call, and you can learn more about it here.
Josephine Law, assistant manager at the Oiselle Flagship Store, covers the history of Seattle’s International District and reflects on how cultural spaces tie into her lived experience.
Protections for mothers everywhere are essential to life and sport. In this blog we proudly announce Oiselle's partnership with &Mother, a non-profit founded by Alysia Montaño in the pursuit of empowering women to thrive in both career and motherhood.
This week, we're profiling someone who has had many roles at Oiselle, Hannah Calvert. It all started with a letter, and five years later her love for this company is stronger than ever. Get to know our Operations Coordinator - Hannah Calvert.
A story of strength, sobriety, and sexual identity. Our Volée teammate Emily opens up about her history with alcohol - and how substance abuse can become a barrier to self-acceptance and love. We’re honored to share her story from our Volée Sobirds affinity group where sober folks gather virtually to share stories, strength, and favorite seltzers.