Morgan Rowe has 15 years of coaching experience with both competitive and recreational figure skaters. As a competitive figure skater she was a 2-Time International Champion, the 1997 US National Junior Ladies Bronze Medalist, Member of the US Figure Skating Team for 4 consecutive years, International Junior Grand Prix Finals Competitor, and 4-Time US National Competitor.
As a skater, Morgan trained for 9 years under World and Olympic Hall of Fame Coaches Evy and Mary Scotvold who are most celebrated for coaching Nancy Kerrigan and Paul Wylie to Olympic medals. In the figure skating world, the Scotvolds are acclaimed as technical masters of jump and spin technique and choreography. As a coach, Morgan was fortunate to have served as Evy and Mary Scotvold’s Assistant Coach for 4 summers, teaching the specialized jumping and spinning techniques that they trained her in over the years to their competitive and elite level skating students.
Morgan graduated from Harvard University in 2003 with a BA in Government with a focus on International Relations and Economics. While at Harvard she co-founded the Harvard University Figure Skating Club and was a member of Harvard’s JV Women’s Ice Hockey Team.
Morgan currently works as a business development consultant with Shiboomi Business Developers, a role she has held for the past decade. She has traveled the globe helping to develop projects and companies in a wide array of industries and sectors including biotech, medical devices, green energy, consumer products, and large infrastructure development & real estate projects. Through this experience Morgan has been a founding member of 8 companies around the world.
Morgan has served on numerous US Figure Skating Committees including the Board of Directors, Nominating Committee, Finance Committee, Marketing Committee, Singles Committee, Athlete Alumni Committee, Athlete Advisory Committee, and Sports Science Committee over the years as an Athlete Member.
Morgan is currently a member of The Skating Club of Boston’s professional coaching staff and is a CER Category A and PSA Accredited Coach. She also currently serves as the Head Coach of the Harvard University Figure Skating Team, and can be reached at email@example.com.
As a previous US National Synchronized Skating competitor and USA Hockey National Champion, Kaitlin has a very diverse skating background. She has over 10 years coaching experience and focuses on strong fundamentals at all levels. A few of Kaitlin’s on-ice accomplishments include: 2-Time Figure Skating ISI World Champion, Bay State Games Gold Medalist and show skater, member of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst hockey team and USA Hockey State and National Champion.
As a singles and synchronized figure skater, Kaitlin trained locally at the Colonial Figure Skating Club, along with specialized training at The Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY. Moreover, she has technique training from world renowned coaches at the University of Delaware. As a hockey player, Kaitlin trained at the invitation only PHD Hockey Academy, Cushing Academy, and Dartmouth. She created a post-collegiate hockey team in 2010 and currently plays on that team. They have qualified for the USA Hockey Nationals the past two years.
Kaitlin graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2007 with a degree in Sport Management. Directly out of college, Kaitlin was offered a job at the Boston Bruins. With experience working in the Bruins Community Relations department, Marketing department, Promotions department, along with the Sales and Service departments, she currently works there full time, in addition to coaching a JV hockey team, and loves it.
As a Cambridge resident, Kaitlin is local and always willing to assist with your skating needs. She’s passionate about ensuring every skater has the strong basics needed to improve and loves creating choreography. Her favorite part about being a Harvard Figure Skating Club Coach is having the opportunity to create some very fun and exciting show numbers for the team!
If Kaitlin is not at the rink skating or coaching, she can usually be found at the Harvard Square Pinkberry! If you miss her at Pinkberry, you can reach her at 617.413.7637 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She is open to all questions, lesson requests, or just general advice.