Casey has been a key team member of the Regatta Point since 2001, wearing multiple hats and taking on various roles within the organization. From serving as Assistant Manager, Maintenance Tech, Operations Manager, Junior Program Director, and Youth Racing Coach. Casey has contributed to the growth and success of Regatta Point. In 2012, the Board of Directors recognized his hard work and dedication by appointing him as the Executive Director.
A lifelong sailor, Casey’s passion for the water began at just two months old. When not at the boathouse, he can often be found sailing Narragansett Bay on his Hunter 37. In the off season, Casey utilizes his passion for education by working as a Computer Science teacher for Worcester Public Schools.
As the indispensable second in command, Lucas is a vital member of the Regatta Point team. He joined the organization in 2004 as a Maintenance Technician and quickly established himself as a detail-oriented professional, known for his classical music in the shop and meticulous maintenance plans. Over the years, Lucas has taken on additional responsibilities, including serving as Adult Program Director, Junior Program Director, and currently as the Operations Manager.
Lucas’s love for sailing began as he worked to fix and maintain the equipment at the boathouse. He is a US Sailing Level 1 Instructor and US Sailing Keelboat Instructor, and continues to share his passion for sailing with others. In his off season, Lucas utilizes his expertise in mathematics as a teacher for Worcester Public Schools.
When not at the boathouse, Lucas can be found camping, hiking, and exploring the great outdoors with his beloved dog, Samson. With a previous ownership of a Coronado 30, he is now considering the idea of getting another boat and returning to the water.
Blair is a seasoned rowing expert and leads all rowing activities for Lake Quinsigamond Community Rowing, a division of Regatta Point Community Sailing. With over 22 years of rowing experience and a professional coaching career that began in 2008, Blair brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the organization. Throughout her career, she has coached teams such as Worcester Public High Schools, the Dublin School, Worcester Boat Club, and Lake Quinsigamond Community Rowing, and holds US Rowing Level 1 and Level 2 Coach certifications.
Blair’s rowing journey began in 2000 as a novice freshman on the Worcester Public High School crew team, and through hard work and dedication, she worked her way up to a varsity seat. After graduating from WPHS, she continued her rowing career at Franklin Pierce College, a division 2 school, where she rowed for all four years. Following her time at Franklin Pierce, she rowed for MRRA in Lowell, until returning to Worcester, where she currently rows for Worcester Boat Club.
When not at the boathouse, Blair can be found pursuing her many interests and hobbies, including gardening, hiking, and exploring nature. With a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, she is also an accomplished artist, dabbling in various mediums such as photography, stained glass, ceramics, and painting.