Ann Kenrick (elected 2011-13), Chair
Ann has been passionate about cycling for over 40 years. Previously, she was a trustee of the ETA, and in 2000 set up the East Dulwich Grove Safe Routes to School, gaining £350k of government funding. In 2009, she wrote a book campaigning for walking and cycling to school.
Tony Levene (2011-13), Treasurer and Chair of the Finance and Administration Committee
Tony is the Harrow local group coordinator. He works towards a louder and more coherent voice for local groups, especially in outer London, with more guidance especially in campaigning. He's a national newspaper personal finance journalist.
Alastair Hanton (elected 2011-13)
Retired after a long and successful career in finance, Alistair plays a leading role at board-level campaigning on reducing lorry danger and chairs the stakeholder group with CTC, RoadPeace and Living Streets. He’s an active member of his borough group in Southwark.
Claire Wren (elected 2012-14)
A civil servant at HM Treasury Claire enjoys cycling to work, as well as spinning round the countryside with a picnic and friends. She's keen to encourage more women to cycle in the capital, and use her skills to campaign for a cycling city.
David Love (elected 2012-14), Chair of the Income Generation Committee
First a board member since back in 2005, David has previously been chair of the Business Development Committee. He still represents LCC on several stakeholder steering groups, including Skyride and Share the Road. He wants cycling to be the everyday activity it used to be.
Melanie Grech (elected 2012-14), Chair of the Human Resources Committee
Melanie runs a regeneration consultancy, and enjoy contributing to improving places, organisations and people’s skills. She’s cycled London’s roads for 34 years (driven for 22) and was trustee of Skyway, Hackney, for three years.
Mustafa Arif (elected 2011-13), Chair of the Campaigns and active membership committee
Mustafa was moved to stand for election to the board after three fellow cyclists at Imperial College, where he was president of the union, were killed on the roads. He’s an entrepreneur and is familiar with company and charity law.
Rachel Aldred (elected 2012-14), Chair of the Elected Policy Forum
Rachel is an academic specialising in cycling, based at the University of Westminster. She’s an expert on policy analysis, and writes regularly for publications, organises events, and has links to transport academics, including many overseas.
Suzanne Fogg (elected 2012-14)
After a career in international development, Suzanne moved back to London in 2004. Since then she’s cycled her two children in her cargo bike every day. She is working with LCC local groups towards our 2014 campaign.