Board of Directors
Scott Bailey, President
Scott has been part of the organization since its 2011 inception. A former college rower, Scott now enjoys primarily single sculling with the occasional sweep boat race entry. As President, Scott has overseen the growth of the organization from its start. He is committed to the sport and feels strongly that it provides a unique mixture of fitness, friendship, and competition to the greater Brunswick community. Scott, his wife, Suzanne, and their five children live in Brunswick. While proud of all his children, he has been very excited to see his stepson Fletcher race the Head of the Charles twice during his tenure at MCRA!
Mike Totta, Vice President and Secretary
Mike came to Maine in 1990 moving to Yarmouth and is presently a spine physician at the Maine Medical Center. His love for rowing again in 1980 as a senior in college. After starting to scull, he continued to race on the elite level until 1988. Since then, he has moved on to masters rowing. After first rowing on the Androscoggin in 1991, he is thrilled to be part of the process of developing the sport in Maine.
Peter Tetreault, Treasurer
Leslie Bancroft Krichko
Leslie is the Nordic Ski Coach at Bowdoin College, a realtor with the Holman Group, a mother of four grown children and two grown cats, a competitive Masters Rower, and a two-time Olympic Nordic Skier. She grew up in Western Maine where the support from the community and a small local ski program forever changed her life and shaped who she is today. Helping grow the Maine Coast Rowing Junior program has helped her fulfill a long-term goal of giving back to the youth in Maine. She is thrilled to watch the young team bond over their newfound love for rowing and to witness their growth and potential. Although she no longer coaches the team, her tenure on teh board allows her to remain involved with the juniors while also promoting rowing to adults in the community. As a competitive master rower, she is extremely proud to compete all decked out in her Maine Coast Rowing Association uni!
Doug started rowing at Bates College in Lewiston, ME. He rowed for four years at Bates and the University of Otago, New Zealand prior to starting his coaching career. Doug has coached rowing at Middlebury College, the University of California Santa Barbara, and is currently the head coach at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, ME. During the summer months, Doug has coached with the US Junior National Team, Maine Coast Rowing Association, and the Craftsbury Outdoor Center. He was named Northeast Regional Coach of the Year in 2022 and National ACRA Coach of the Year in 2023. His personal endurance journey has twice included the Ironman World Championships and most recently, the 100-mile Crazy Mountain Ultra run in Montana. Doug loves the magic of rowing into Merrymeeting Bay, and all time spent outdoors, especially when shared with his family.
Micah Malloy, and his wife, Jennifer, have been members of the New Gloucester community since 1997. He is a proud father of three incredible adult children who continue to inspire him daily. By profession, he contributes his energy to NEWS CENTER Maine, where he and the team strive to make the lives of Mainers better. Recently, Micah has embarked on an exciting journey, embracing the sport of on-water rowing and finding joy in exploring new horizons and experiences.
Matt St. Cyr
Matt is the father of Maine Coast Rowing Association athletes Maisy St.Cyr and Rosie St.Cyr, He may not know how to row anything longer than a punt but he can back up a trailer, has a wicked set of tools, and a solid working knowledge of most things mechanical. Matt keeps the launches running smoothly and provides feedback from the junior rowers to the board. Currently, Matt is working on a foundation tan and getting his belly muscles in shape for bathing suit weather.
Jess is like a fish to water and loves all things boat related. She has been rowing for over 20 years now between Australia and the USA. Her experience includes competitive university and club-level rowing, and she enjoys both sweep rowing and sculling. Prior to her time at Maine Coast Rowing Association, she served with the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard and also worked extensively at sea on board anti-poaching and marine conservation research vessels mainly in the Southern Ocean. She currently works as an attorney and gets her boat fix at Maine Coast Rowing Association and also around Casco Bay where she lives. She feels at home on the water and has been a part of the club for the last two years. She absolutely loves the community that is Maine Coast Rowing and enjoys rowing with learn-to-row and veteran crews.
Anne Henshaw comes from a philanthropic and academic background with expertise in global climate change, social justice, and conservation issues. She has a passion for leveraging resources from public and private sectors in support of local communities and Indigenous Peoples. She served as the Director of the Coastal Studies Center and an Assistant Professor in Anthropology at Bowdoin College from 1998-2007 and has spent the last 15 years working as a Programme Officer with Oak Foundation in their Environment Programme. She is now leading a new fund focused on the Arctic. Anne started rowing with MCRA in 2017 and participates in the Masters program.