We welcome members who want to get involved by becoming elected to our board of trustees

Want to join our Board? Nominations are now closed for 2016, but nominations will be open again in June 2017. Find out more

Terry Patterson, Chair

Terry is campaigns officer for her local group,Tower Hamlets Wheelers, and has cycled all her life. She is committed to a stronger LCC media presence, more effective ICT tools and a growing, increasingly diverse and active membership. She teaches functional skills for women at City Gateway, an educational charity. Terry Patterson is Chair of CAMS as well as Vice Chair of LCC.

Rachel Aldred, 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.

Amy Foster, Vice Chair

Amy is a primary school teacher and has embedded a sustainable travel culture in her school. She currently chairs the Dulwich and Herne Hill Safe Routes to School forum and hopes to use her position to improve access to cycling for families and young people across the capital.

Christian Wolmar 

Christian is a writer and broadcaster specialising in transport. He was shortlisted for the Labour candidacy for the 2016 London mayoral election and was previously on the board of Cycling England.

Tom Harrison 

Tom was so inspired by LCC’s Go Dutch campaign he swapped his racing bike for a Dutch bike and his free time for campaigning, becoming co-chair of the Infrastructure Review Group in 2015. Working for a charitable foundation, Tom hopes to bring his experience of supporting NGOs that address climate change, energy and pollution issues to the LCC. He has an MA in Leadership for Sustainable Development.

Megan Sharkey 

Biography to follow.

Chris Kenyon 

Biography to follow.

Neil Webster 

Neil is a Management consultant specialising in real estate. He uses cycling as one of many forms of transport in London. When cycling and property collide he gets quite excited - e.g. BCO The Market Cycles report. He is passionate about the need for healthy forms of transport In London and the rest of the UK. Having retired from contact sports, cycling is now his main form of exercise and he regularly found on his bike in the Surrey hills at the weekend. He is also a school governor and a trustee of Sutton Nursing Association. .

James Heath 

James is a life-long London cyclist and has been commuting by bike into Central London for over 30 years. He is a professional investor and has been an active board member of several small companies.

Simon Clark, Treasurer 

Biography to follow.