Amanda Moorhead, busy mom, full time HR professional and ambassador for living your best life. I recently became active with triathlons – my first sprint triathlon was at the age of 48 and first half marathon at 50. I have foundthe older I got, the more I realize that I have focused most of my adult life on taking care of others – family, kids, work, friends. I made a conscious decision to start focusing on me. I joined a women’s triathlon group in Charlotte NC and begin my journey of becoming the best version of me. I found that getting activein swimming, biking and running – challenged me, push my physical limits, and made me really happy. As I became more active, I became keenly aware of the safety aspects of biking or running on our streets. There have been too many close calls with cars on highways – and #itcouldbeme is a great awareness campaign, network of advocates and organization to help push safety for all on our highways and streets. I live in Fort Mill SC, I am a mentor with Tri It for Life, an athlete with Team Latitude 2020 and a proud ambassador for #itcouldbeme.