Allyson Felix reigns as the most decorated American Track & Field Olympian of all time. She officially retired from her competitive running career in the summer of 2022, with an extraordinary 31 global medals at the Olympics and World Championships, and titles as both a World Record Holder and a Master’s World Record Holder. In 2020, Soror Felix broke records after winning the bronze and gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics – her fifth and final Olympic games. She continued to make history during the games, by sporting racing spikes created by her company, a lifestyle and footwear brand, Saysh, becoming the first Track & Field athlete to do so. Off the track, she is a fierce advocate for maternity rights for all women. In 2019, she wrote an opinion piece for The New York Times that called out Nike, her former sponsor, for not providing guaranteed protections for pregnant athletes and new moms. During the 2020 Olympics, Felix alongside her new sponsor Athleta, created the Power of She Fund: Child Care Grant – a fund to assist mom-athletes with childcare while competing at the games. Soror Felix always has been passionate about children and serves as a member of the Right To Play Board hoping to raise awareness for underserved children in developing regions.