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Row New York - Inclusive Rowing

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Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing.

Latest Episodes

Life After Row New York: An Alumni Story

Aleeyah Marrero chats with Row New York about her life since graduating from our youth program For our latest episode of Waterside Chats, we chat with Alumna Aleeyah Marrero about her growth from a shy middle schooler to a confident young college student on the premed track. She talks about finding a family within her teammates and about how rowing with us helped her succeed in high school and beyond. Waterside Chats is your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and CEO at Row New York) or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

33 MINSEP 10
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Life After Row New York: An Alumni Story

Opening Boathouse Doors For Everybody

Row New York chats with Richard Butler, the first African American Executive Director for a rowing organization. Butler spent many years as an Inclusion and Diversity Advisor for organizations such as USRowing, Robert Morris University Women's Crew, and Pittsburgh Ultimate Frisbee. Butler was the Executive Director for Three Rivers Rowing and the Inclusion Manager at USRowing. Butler Chats with Jennie about his work in diversity and inclusion. Waterside Chats is your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and CEO at Row New York), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

27 MINAUG 1
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Opening Boathouse Doors For Everybody

You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello

Row New York chats with Rachel Cytron, Executive Director and her predecessor, Jennie Trayes. Listen to Jennie's goodbye as she starts a new chapter after ten years of service to Row New York and hear about Rachel's first impressions of our organization and our sport. Waterside Chats is your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and CEO at Row New York), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

25 MINJUL 5
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You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello

Rowing Is For Everybody- Adaptive Rowing

Row New York chats with Carolina Quijada, alumni and Adaptive Program Coordinator; Ivonne Quijada, Carolina's sister and adaptive athlete; and their family about the adaptive rowing community and its impact on their lives. Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

46 MINJUN 7
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Rowing Is For Everybody- Adaptive Rowing

USRowing Chats About Diversity and Inclusion

Row New York chats with Patrick McNerney, CEO of USRowing, about the future of diversity and inclusion in the sport of rowing. Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

59 MINAPR 24
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USRowing Chats About Diversity and Inclusion

But First…Safety

Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

55 MINMAR 29
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But First…Safety

Recruiting A Strong Team Of Employees

Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

44 MINFEB 23
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Recruiting A Strong Team Of Employees

Navigating The Waters of Diversity And Inclusion

Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

57 MINFEB 23
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Navigating The Waters of Diversity And Inclusion

Row New York By The Numbers: Data & Metrics

Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

51 MINFEB 20
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Row New York By The Numbers: Data & Metrics

Grant Writing and The Institutions of Giving

Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

55 MINFEB 20
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Grant Writing and The Institutions of Giving

Latest Episodes

Life After Row New York: An Alumni Story

Aleeyah Marrero chats with Row New York about her life since graduating from our youth program For our latest episode of Waterside Chats, we chat with Alumna Aleeyah Marrero about her growth from a shy middle schooler to a confident young college student on the premed track. She talks about finding a family within her teammates and about how rowing with us helped her succeed in high school and beyond. Waterside Chats is your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and CEO at Row New York) or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

33 MINSEP 10
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Life After Row New York: An Alumni Story

Opening Boathouse Doors For Everybody

Row New York chats with Richard Butler, the first African American Executive Director for a rowing organization. Butler spent many years as an Inclusion and Diversity Advisor for organizations such as USRowing, Robert Morris University Women's Crew, and Pittsburgh Ultimate Frisbee. Butler was the Executive Director for Three Rivers Rowing and the Inclusion Manager at USRowing. Butler Chats with Jennie about his work in diversity and inclusion. Waterside Chats is your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and CEO at Row New York), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

27 MINAUG 1
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Opening Boathouse Doors For Everybody

You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello

Row New York chats with Rachel Cytron, Executive Director and her predecessor, Jennie Trayes. Listen to Jennie's goodbye as she starts a new chapter after ten years of service to Row New York and hear about Rachel's first impressions of our organization and our sport. Waterside Chats is your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and CEO at Row New York), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

25 MINJUL 5
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You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello

Rowing Is For Everybody- Adaptive Rowing

Row New York chats with Carolina Quijada, alumni and Adaptive Program Coordinator; Ivonne Quijada, Carolina's sister and adaptive athlete; and their family about the adaptive rowing community and its impact on their lives. Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

46 MINJUN 7
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Rowing Is For Everybody- Adaptive Rowing

USRowing Chats About Diversity and Inclusion

Row New York chats with Patrick McNerney, CEO of USRowing, about the future of diversity and inclusion in the sport of rowing. Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

59 MINAPR 24
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USRowing Chats About Diversity and Inclusion

But First…Safety

Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

55 MINMAR 29
Comments
But First…Safety

Recruiting A Strong Team Of Employees

Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

44 MINFEB 23
Comments
Recruiting A Strong Team Of Employees

Navigating The Waters of Diversity And Inclusion

Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

57 MINFEB 23
Comments
Navigating The Waters of Diversity And Inclusion

Row New York By The Numbers: Data & Metrics

Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

51 MINFEB 20
Comments
Row New York By The Numbers: Data & Metrics

Grant Writing and The Institutions of Giving

Waterside Chats are your chance to listen to Row New York’s informal conversations on inclusive and competitive rowing. That’s right, inclusive and competitive. They are not mutually exclusive. There’s nothing better than the marriage of the two! Who will you hear from at Row New York? Usually, you’ll hear from Amanda Kraus (Founder and Executive Director at Row New York), Jennie Trayes (Deputy Executive Director), or Arshay Cooper (Chief Program Officer and author of Suga Water). Occasionally others from our boards or team may join the conversation.

55 MINFEB 20
Comments
Grant Writing and The Institutions of Giving