Everything tagged with trustees

Blog post: New Trustees Elected to the London Cycling Campaign Board

London Cycling Campaign's AGM saw four new trustees, and one returning trustee elected to the Board of the organisation. The final result was as follows: 1. Rachel Aldred (re-elected) 2. Alex Dillistone (elected) 3. George Coulouris (elected) ...

Blog post: Voice of the Month: Dan Barnes

Newest member of the LCC Board of Trustees, Dan Barnes, explains how he got involved in campaigning and his hope to broaden LCC's supporter base   My involvement with the London Cycling Campaign began in February 2011, when a close friend,...

Blog post: Ann Kenrick elected new chair of the London Cycling Campaign board of trustees

Ann Kenrick OBE has been elected chair of the London Cycling Campaign board of trustees. Ann (pictured above) is Secretary-General of the Franco-British Council and lives in Camberwell, South London, with her family. She takes over after four ...

Blog post: Don't miss your chance to shape the future of London cycling by voting in our trustee election

Any London Cycling Campaign members who haven't voted in our 2012 trustee election are being encouraged to vote now to avoid missing the Monday 12 November deadline. Their final trustee election ballot reminder was emailed to their registered e...

Discussion: Co-opted Board members

At its meeting on 6th February the Board coopted two additional Trustees, Claire Wren and Suzanne Fogg; previously coopted is David Love. So the three have full membership of the Board until the next AGM.   The web site will be amended to ...

Blog post: Annual General Meeting endorses Go Dutch campaign as LCC gears up for 2012

A strong turnout among members at the 2011 Annual General Meeting ensured healthy interest and lively debate around LCC’s future, including contested trustee elections (see below). The event took place at the Keyworth Centre, near Elephan...

Blog post: Members, have you voted in the board elections? And don't miss the AGM

For the first time ages, we have contested board of trustee elections this year. This is no mean feat for any organisation as nearly half of all trustee positions in UK charities are vacant. So when most charities are struggling to find people...