Board of Directors

David Baker

David is currently a Managing Partner at North American Management, a Boston based Wealth Management firm with $1.5 billion in assets under management. David is a life long New Hampshire resident and resides in Portsmouth NH with his wife Wendy and three teenage sons, Ian, Declan and Graham.  All three boys have participated in Seacoast United programs with son Ian now at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ pursuing Computer Science degree, Declan a Sophomore at Portsmouth High School and still active playing for Seacoast U17 and Graham a Freshman at Portsmouth High School active in the High School Marching Band.  David played high school soccer at Orford High School in Orford, NH as well as at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford CT.  He played college soccer at Babson College in Wellesley MA, where he graduated in 1985 with a BS Finance/Investment. David has been involved as a Board Member at Seacoast United since 2006 and transitioned in 2011 to become Chairman of the Seacoast United Foundation when Seacoast United Soccer Club split into a For-Profit and Non-Profit entities

Randy Kinzly

Randy has been an account executive at Nike for 30 years and has been involved with Seacoast United Soccer Club since his daughters Anna and Maddie played on a variety of soccer and lacrosse teams throughout middle and high school.

Randy has coached both basketball and soccer for over 20 years, and truly appreciates what SUSC does for student athletes throughout the seacoast region.  He and his wife Liz have been married for over 30 years and live in York, Maine.

Andrew Richard

Bio coming soon...
John Ragonese

John has been in the hydroelectric industry for over 32 years. He currently manages federal regulatory compliance for TransCanada, which owns and operates 567 megawatts (mw) of hydroelectric  and 132 mw’s of wind generation in the US Northeast.  Previously he was vice President and Board member of the National Hydropower Association in Washington DC and routinely speaks before national and international industry related audiences.  He has been coaching soccer and other sports for 25 years and is currently a USSF licensed coach for Portsmouth City Soccer Club.  With two (former soccer) daughters now living in NYC, he and his wife Lynda enjoy watching and supporting their 11-year old son Jackson who has been with SUSC since he was 5.  Nothing thrills him more than seeing positive growth in kids through sports and teamwork.

Sarah Smith

Sarah has lived in North Hampton most of her life and now lives in Kingston with her husband and 2 girls, ages 6 and 3.  She graduated from the University of New Hampshire.  Sarah has been a CPA since 2001 and works at a public accounting firm.  She grew up plyaing soccer and now coaches for various non-profits.
Glenna Lydick

Bio Coming Soon
Jack Burns

Jack retired in 2106 after 29 years at NIKE where he started out in footwear sales in New England.  He was able to experience everything from US Divisional Sales Manager for Footwear, Equipment and Accessories, to Global EKIN Manager, to helping start up to Senior Director overseeing many of our Sales Operations in North America. One of his proudest roles at NIKE was developing and then serving on the Board of Directors as Board Manager for the N7 Fund.  A line of products whose profits went to support Native American and First Nations youth in the US and Canada through donations to youth sports programs.  He has been married to wife Lindsey for over 30 years and has three adult children who had the benefit of incredible sports programs while growing up in Oregon and felt the impact of being part of a great community.


The Foundation Board of Directors also includes an advisory board which includes the following prior board members:

Greg Tucker, Mike Masi, Loree Hazard, Adam Sirois, and Dave Bruno