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2016 NATIONAL BIKE SUMMIT & WOMEN'S FORUM
LEAGUE BOARD SERVICE
Are you ready to serve on the Board of Directors of the League of American Bicyclists? Then consider running to
be elected by the membership. Service on the Board of the League is an excellent way to have a long-term impact on the organization and the active transportation movement at the national level. If elected, you would become a member of a dedicated
team of concerned and engaged colleagues who work with Alex Doty, Executive Director, to identify long-term goals, support the
implementation of innovative strategies for lasting change, seek to diversify the membership and work to encourage communities,
businesses and universities to make a Bicycle Friendly America a reality.
For information about the qualifications and the election procedure go to http://bikeleague.org/electionprocess. All interested
candidates should submit their materials by July 31 for the election, which will be held in late November 2016. New Board members will begin their three-year term in March 2017 at the National Bike Summit.
Like all non-profit boards, service on the League Board of Directors is voluntary. The League Board has set high standards for
itself and expects all members to serve the best interest of the League and not their personal or partisan interests. All members
are expected to understand and take seriously the fiduciary responsibilities of board service, unselfishly devote the necessary
time, bring needed skills and experience, and provide financial support. Just as importantly, members are expected to work collegially collaboratively with each other and the executive director.
As you read the qualifications at http://bikeleague.org/electionprocess, I encourage you to consider the following questions.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Bicycle Friendly America Spring/Summer 2016
Core Values, Unique Contributions
A Silver-Level Playbook: Arlington, Virginia
How Cycling Can Help Solve Global Warming
What The Bicycling Movements Could Learn From the Climate Movement
Photos from Bike Lobby Day
Senator Ben Cardin, Legislator of the Year
Getting to Know Kathy Durham
Memphis Hightailers: Bicycle Club of the Year
Bike Lobby Day: A Nevada Perspective
Call for League Board Applications
Reflections on the National Bike Summit
Photo Highlights of Bike Lobby Day in DC
Architect of the Capitol–Bicycle Friendly Business
Summit Demographic Information
2016 Catalyst Award Recipient: Community Cycling Center
Bicycle Friendly America Spring/Summer 2016