Pamela Hughes

Pam Hughes


Coach Pamela Hughes began rowing as a NCAA Division 1 student-athlete at Rutgers University. 

Since 2013, Hughes has coached scullers of all age classifications. In 2018, she joined North Bay Rowing Club and expanded her skills in sculling and sweep disciplines as a juniors coach. In 2021, Hughes assumed the role as Juniors Head Coach, worked to rebuild the youth competitive squad, and coached athletes to the 2022 and the 2023 USRowing Youth National Championships. Additionally, she is the race training coach for NBRC Masters. In January 2023, Hughes attained her USRowing Level 3 High Performance Coach Certification. Hughes professional mission is to collaborate with rowers towards achieving their highest possible skill level. 

As a masters sculler, she competed in several regattas including Head of the Charles and Head of the Schuylkill. She is an avid water sports participant, sailed from Oahu to California (currently planning a return sail in 2024) and attained a Stress and Rescue SCUBA certification. She lives on a boat in California, rows a Fluidesign, and shares companionship of a Redbone Hound with her husband Bill.