Board committees advise and oversee staff members in key areas

Four main Board sub-committees oversee our activities, and each is chaired by an trustee:

  1. Finance and Administration
  2. Campaigns &Active Membership
  3. Income Generation
  4. Human Resources

The responsibilities of each sub-committee as well as their current membership are set out below.

If you're interested in becoming a member or finding out more about any of these sub-committees, please contact us.

Finance and Administration Committee (FAC)

This sub-committee includes people with experience of business and charity finance, and meets with the Chief Executive and the finance team.

  • Tony Levene (trustee, committee Chair)
  • Co-options pending

Campaigns & Active Membership (C&AM)

Meeting regularly with the staff Campaigns Team, this sub-committee takes oversight of our campaigns, including helping to increase the engagement of members and supporters in these.

  • Terry Patterson (trustee, committee Chair)
  • Rachel Aldred (trustee and Chair of the Policy Forum)
  • Mustafa Arif (trustee)
  • Tom Harrison (trustee)
  • Alastair Hanton )co-optee)
  • Clare Neely (co-optee)

A number of working groups report to this sub-committee, including the Olympic Legacy Group, (chaired by Arnold Ridout. Terms of Reference hereInfrastructure Review Group (chaired by Tom Harrison) and the Cycling Planning & Engineering Committee (CPEC; chaired by Clare Neely. Terms of Reference here).

Income Generation Committee (IGC)

This subcommittee works with the staff responsible for our marketing and service provision/consultancy work.

  • Dan Barnes (trustee, committee Chair)
  • Alastair Hanton (co-optee)
  • David Love (co-optee)

Human Resources Committee

This committee meets with the Chief Executive to oversee our ohuman resources policies and procedures:

  • Amy Foster (trustee, committee Chair)
  • Co-options pending

Board Working Groups

Women & Cycling (chaired by Terry Patterson), AGM & Trustee Election (chaired by Mustafa Arif) and Office Relocation (chaired by Dan Barnes)