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Bike Fort Collins

We are a nonprofit advocacy group with goals to: encourage modal shift to higher rates of Active Transportation; encourage enthusiastic and safe cycling community; increase number of students safely biking and walking; and promote awareness and use of bike sharing.

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Staff

Part Time Staff:
4
Full Time Staff:
1
Contract Staff:
9
Volunteers Annually:
100
Retention Rate:
100%

Edna Chavez , Active Living Coordinator
Start Date: 2018

Edna has a background in community health and helps run our Active Living programming which is grant funded.

Laura Smith , Community Relations Coordinator
Start Date: 2018

Laura is a Nebraska native with a background in communications, marketing and events. She is passionate about using bicycles as a main form of transportation, and can usually be found pedaling all over Fort Collins. When she isn't riding, writing or talking about bikes, she can be found planning her next adventure, reading in her hammock or hanging out with her pup.

Bruce Henderson, Operations Manager
Start Date: 2007

Bruce is a member of BPEC (Bicycle and Pedestrian Education Coalition) and a Bicycle Ambassador. As a Bicycle Ambassador, Bruce started a senior adult education initiative called Silver Spokes and recently obtained funding to distribute bike lights in our community. Bruce is also helping to co-lead the Fort Collins Velo Park planning initiative. And, Bruce recently became a League of American Bicyclists certified instructor.

Kenyon Neal, Active Living Program Manager
Start Date: 2018

Kenyon is a Fort Collins native and has always loved getting people up and moving. He studied Experiential Education at Fort Lewis College, and has worked in various roles teaching adults and kids. He is passionate about helping everyone find a more active lifestyle through activities like bicycling and yoga. He is studying for a master's degree in transportation planning and hopes to use elements of his schooling to improve the community where he grew up.

Dot Dickerson, Safe Routes to School Coordinator
Start Date: 2014

Dot Dickerson retired from the world of school wellness to teach bike safety for the City's Safe Routes to School Program where she instructs kids ages 3 - 13 about bikes, bike safety and how fun biking can be. Three years ago, Dot discovered Cuba and has fallen in love with it. Ironically each year she returns with an organization that supports the youth cycling clubs throughout this beautiful country. Dot is a League of American Bicyclist certified instructor and Director of Youth Education for Bike Fort Collins.

Boards

Board Type:
Local
Meetings per Year:
11
Term Length:
2
Term Limit:
0
Total # of Board Members:
6
Clients on Board:
No
# of Client Board Members:

Board Demographics:

Female:
2
Male:
4
Transgender Female:
0
Transgender Male:
0
Gender Other:
0

Black or African American:
0
Asian:
0
White:
5
Hispanic or Latino:
1
Multiracial:
0
American Indian or Alaska Native:
0
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander:
0
Other Ethnicities:
0

Average Number of Years Current Board Members Have Served on Board

3

Attendance Percentage for Board Meetings

96%

Percentage of Board Members that Contribute Dollars

100%

Percentage of Board Members that Contribute In-Kind

100%

Percentage of Board Members that have Completeted the Colorado Secretary of State's Nonprofit Board Member Course:

0%

Nonprofit completed the Colorado Nonprofit Association's Excellence in Principles & Practices Recognition Program?

Yes

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