2018 Run/Walk – Wall Street Rides Far

STA 2018 5k Run/3k Walk of the

Washington DC National Mall to recognize




4th Annual Wall Rides FAR

October 13, 2018

Saxon Woods Park, New York





About STA’s 5k run/3k Walk of Washington DC Mall

Available at no charge for those individuals attending STA’s 85th Annual Market Structure Conference, the 5K Run/3K Walk takes place on Friday, October 5th @ 7:00 am to 8:30 am.

Runners/walkers will meet at the JW Marriott – Pennsylvania Avenue entrance and be taken on a guided 5K run and a 3K walk (you choose your speed!) whisking you past the White House, Lincoln Memorial and other hidden gems.

At the end of your run/walk, the guides will ensure that you get back to the JW in time for the Friday program session.

Space is limited so sign up today! Email us at sta@securitytraders.org

About Wall Street Rides Far for Autism Research

In 2015, Wall Street Rides FAR (for Autism Research) co-Founders Bryan and Melissa Harkins had a vision: to create an event that would bring the Wall Street and Autism communities together for a unique networking opportunity, fun fitness challenge, and provide resources for a cause they feel strongly about.

With the ride now in its fourth year, Bryan and Melissa would like to thank the Wall Street Community for their enormous support and generosity toward helping the Autism Science Foundation continue its important work in autism research and awareness.

This year’s ride takes place on October 13th in Saxon Woods Park in Westchester; see the full details on the ride to your right and learn about how you and your family can get involved in this amazing event.

About Autism Science Foundation

Founded in 2009, the Autism Science Foundation’s mission is to support autism research by providing funding and other assistance to scientists and organizations conducting, facilitating, publicizing and disseminating autism research. The organization also provides information about autism to the general public and serves to increase awareness of autism spectrum disorders and the needs of individuals and families affected by autism.

This year, STA is honored to have Autism Science Foundation Co-Founder and President Alison speak about the important work they do. Learn more about Alison Singer and the Autism Science Foundation here

Alison Singer Autism Science Foundation