New Executive Director at America’s Boating Club

New Executive Director at America’s Boating Club

America’s Boating Club welcomes Maureen Healey as new Executive Director after the retirement of Mary Catherine Berube. An experienced political strategist and coalition builder, Healey served as the former Executive Director for Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association and the Personal Watercraft Industry Association, and brings skills of advocacy and outreach along with extensive industry experience to the safe boating sphere.

“We are excited to welcome Maureen Healey as our new Executive Director,” says Chief Commander Ralph Bernard. “Her leadership skills and strategic insights make her the ideal choice to lead America’s Boating Club. We have great confidence in her ability to steer our organization for years to come.”

Healey has served on the board of the National Safe Boating Council and on the U.S. Coast Guard Office of Boating Safety Strategic Planning Task Force, together with acting as a goodwill ambassador to safe boating organizations. She was recognized with a Letter of Commendation from the U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral for her dedication to water safety.

“I’m honored and grateful to the board for the opportunity to lead this exceptional organization as its new Executive Director,” explains Healey. “I am so thrilled to be back in the recreational boating community. America’s Boating Club is first and foremost a community for boaters, by boaters. Its members and volunteers are the lifeblood of the organization, and I hope to honor and leverage this unique resource as we grow the organization and meet the challenges faced by the boating industry today.”

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