I am happy to offer advice on lightweight rowing, coxing, novice development, team building, and leadership training.
I have near fluency in Spanish, and good knowledge of core and other strength programmes to complement rowing development. I am also comfortable discussing mental training techniques.
I have been involved in rowing since 2008, when I first joined the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Women’s Rowing team as a coxswain. I coxed for all four years, competing in the V8+, 2V8+, V4+ and Novice 8+ over the course of my career.
During summers, I helped coach summer camps for juniors and coxed masters races. We raced at several large US regattas, including the Head of the Hooch and the Dad Vails Regatta.
In addition to coxing, I raced a 1x during two consecutive head race seasons, winning bronze in the Novice 1x category in the fall of 2010.
After graduating, I moved to St Andrews and have been a member of the senior women’s squad since 2012, competing throughout the UK, but most notably at Scottish and British University Championships. Most recently, I have served as the university’s novice rowing coach in addition to training, and oversee the club’s coxswain development.