Our team of volunteers has been energized with the addition of two accomplished oarswomen and business leaders as our newest brand ambassadors. As our organization continues to evolve we rely on fresh ideas and expanded expertise. Welcome to Isabel Wothe and Celia Kohl!
Born and raised in Jacksonville, FL, Isabel started rowing in 2006 and competed with both the Jacksonville Rowing Club and Episcopal School of Jacksonville throughout middle school and high school. A 7x time Florida State Champion (in both sculling and sweep rowing) Isabel was honored to be a two time CanAmMex sculler. For college I ventured north to Cornell University and was a 4 year member of the rowing team. Since graduating from Cornell in 2020 Isabel has moved back to Jacksonville and works in healthcare management and is looking forward to working with Row for the Cure to support a great cause in a sport she loves.
Celia works in New York for NBCUniversal as Director of Strategy and Business Development for the TV & Streaming group. She competed as a junior rower for Maritime Rowing Club (CT) and GMS Rowing, was a member of the U.S Junior National Team in Beijing in 2007 and continued her rowing career as a four-year member of Harvard’s Varsity Women’s team. Celia has worked with non-profit organizations including the American Cancer Society and Row New York since high school and is now eager to help Row for the Cure expand in new directions.