Next Tea Talk to Feature Paralympian Noelle Lambert
Register now to attend a free, interactive Tea Talk webinar on Tuesday, November 16, at 6 p.m. MT with Stacey Gerrish interviewing Noelle Lambert, a record-holding Paralympic athlete.
Space is limited, so reserve your spot today!
Noelle is a U.S. Paralympian, who, in 2016, was involved in a moped accident that caused her to lose her left leg above the knee. At the time she was a collegiate lacrosse player.
Choosing not to let that event define her life, she worked hard to be able to get back onto the lacrosse field, becoming the first above-the-knee amputee to play lacrosse at the collegiate level.
“She went on to pursue the sport of track and field and then started to focus on competing in the Paralympics,” said Stacey. “She qualified and competed in the World Championships in Dubai in 2019, where she set a new U.S. record. She then completed at the Tokyo Paralympic Games and beat her own U.S. record. After Tokyo, she decided to pursue snowboarding and is currently in Colorado training in hopes of making the U.S. National Team.”
“I’m excited to interview Noelle,” said Stacey. “Her story is one of overcoming what I believe is one of life’s greatest challenges, losing a limb. And from what I know about her, she has done so with grace and determination. I feel her story will inspire all of us as we consider the things we fear or feel anxious about heading into winter.”
Stacey added, “The conversation will dive into her mindset and her training plan, along with hearing more about her stories and the grit she has to achieve her goals.”