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Linda Moroz

Linda has been windsurfing on SF Bay since the mid-90’s and competed in many regattas organized by the St. Francis Yacht Club. She supported her daughter Daniela, a grateful Foundation grantee, to develop her passion for kiteboarding from her teenage years and learned to kite foil with her. Linda kites or wings when she is not cheering for her daughter on the Road to Paris 2024. Professionally, Linda has dedicated her legal career to public service and works full time for a local government.

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Adam Lowry

Adam is a 3-time World Champion in the 5O5 class and 2019 Rolex Yachtsman of the Year. He has won multiple National and North American titles in the 49er, Moth, and 5O5 classes. He’s a below average kite foil racer. Professionally, Adam has built two industry-leading sustainable consumer products companies, Method Products and Ripple Foods. A former client scientist, he now works independently financing large renewable energy projects.

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Russell Long

From inauspicious beginnings as a seasick 7-year old in the Fastnet Race, Russell became co-captain of the Harvard Sailing Team, the youngest-ever U.S. Skipper in the America’s Cup, helmed his father Huey Long’s yacht Ondine to victory in the first Maxi Yacht World Championship, and was the first sailor to travel 50 mph in a sailboat. He still gets seasick. Russell has enjoyed a career as an entrepreneur, documentary producer and environmental activist.

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Sally Mace

Sally is a competitive sailboat racer and is currently most active on the keelboat team-race circuit. She was an All-American women’s skipper at Stanford University and competed on the international level in the Laser and 420 fleets prior to college. She grew up racing Naples Sabots in Newport Harbor.

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Laura Levy

Laura grew up sailing dinghies on the Long Island Sound and has been an active keelboat racer since moving to San Francisco in 2016. In addition to racing on the Bay, Laura is a co-founder of Sømand, a technical sailing apparel brand created for women. She is passionate about women’s advancement in the sport of sailing.

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Dennis Deisinger

Dennis started sailing on the bay as a Sea Scout. This opened the door for him to race windsurfers, dinghies and keel boats. He qualified for the 1984 Windsurfing Olympic trials and currently campaigns his J105 in local regattas. He has served on the Junior Committee and helps where needed with the Race Committee. He is a alumni advisor for the Cal Maritime Sailing team.

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Elizabeth Anathan

Elizabeth’s time on the water began with riding on the bow of the family Sunfish, then racing dinghies out on Nantucket Island and Cape Cod as a junior, teaching junior sailing, and finally moving up to collegiate dinghy racing at Boston College. Once out west, she’s continued to sail competitively, finally graduating to race boats longer than 14 feet. She’s an active member of the St. Francis YC, volunteering for the Race Committee and serving on several committees. She’s also a member of the Nantucket Yacht Club.

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Andrew Lorenzen

Andrew started racing in Tampa, Florida at the age of 7 and never stopped. A captain of the Williams College Sailing Team, he has spent the past 10 years racing in both one-design and handicap fleets on SF Bay. He is a US Sailing Certified PRO and Judge, and a former Rear Commodore at South Beach Yacht Club. He has served on many committees at St. FYC. When he’s not on the water, Andrew works as a Software Engineer.

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Beth DeAtley

From the Washington, D.C. area, Beth and her husband Dick took sailing lessons when they arrived on the West Coast. They quickly became fascinated with the sport and joined the St. Francis Yacht Club. Beth is particularly interested in supporting Olympic sailing, the sacrifices sailing athletes make, and the support they require.

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