Our Board of Directors
The Board of Directors of the Wharf Rat Rally Motorcycle Association is a very active, hands-on board whose members bring a wide range of experience and expertise to the association. Board members are involved in at least one committee, ensuring continuity in communications and direction between the board and the various elements of the Rally.
2020 Board Members
Rickey owns a successful sign and printing business in Conway and uses his skills to design, coordinate and produce all the Wharf Rat Rally Motorcycle Association’s marketing products, collateral materials and signage. In addition, Rickey heads up the Site team before, during and after the Rally and acts as a representative of the Wharf Rat Rally at motorcycle shows across the country. Rick’s years of experience on the Wharf Rat Rally board give the background needed to move forward in an informed manner.
An avid rider and a successful businessman, Ed brings his industry connections and experience to the Board. With experience in non-profit and charity organizations in a variety of officer roles, Ed’s input in meetings is well respected.
As a well-known Digby resident and business man, Kevin brings experience that will help the association continue to grow its outreach programs and community engagement.
Kim is an active business owner in Digby and has close ties to the community. She is an active, results-oriented director who sees a need and fills it. Kim is instrumental in building relationships with other local businesses in support of revenue production for the Wharf Rat Rally and is involved in both the community engagement committees and the fundraising committee of the Rally.
An active businessman and community supporter, Murray sits on both the Wharf Rat Rally board and the board of Scallop Days. Not afraid to pick up the phone and use his connections, Murray is a get-it-done board member who helps with recruiting and scheduling volunteers and on-site logistics during the Rally.
Delma has experience in both business and human resource management, and a solid sense of logic and protocol. As an inaugural team leader, Delma’s suggestions and efforts helped refine roles and procedures and her input has helped set the strategic direction for the volunteer program.
A long-time volunteer with the Rally, organizing the logistics of the CAV Darren Williams Ride to the Afghanistan Memorial along with the related media and community relations, Joe brings a wealth of experience with non-profit organizations to the Board.
Best known for his role with the Digby Search and Rescue, Larry’s experience of the on-the-ground workings during the event days offers insight into the “big picture” of the interconnections between different elements of the festival and how they impact and relate to each other. Larry’s insight will help align the puzzle pieces of traffic, entertainment programming and volunteers for the smooth operation of events.
While holding a high-level corporate position in the business world, it is Peter’s past experience with multi-day festivals and his focus on procedure that make him invaluable to the Wharf Rat Rally.
A rider and a builder, Max’s experience is supported by his business education and experience within the community. While his Team Leader role is his main focus, his unique perspective on many topics makes Max a valued contributor in board discussions.