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Karen Bohn is from Carmel, IN, and is also a member of the board of directors of the Greenways Foundation and Gleaners Food Bank. Bohn enjoys recreational and fitness cycling and is a member of the Carmel Taskforce for Bicycling and Pedestrians. Bohn received a nursing degree from the College of St. Francis and worked as a women's heath nurse practitioner at Clearvista Women's Care in Indianapolis.
Vince has a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering and is the Bicycle and Pedestrian Planner for the City of Bloomington. He's originally from Virginia and was the Executive Director for Alliance for Community Choice in Transportation in Charlottesville, VA. Vince doesn't own a car, and uses a variety of multi-modal transportation options, including bicycling.
Randy Clark is from Indianapolis and is a regular rider of the Monon Trail. Clark is an Eli Lilly retiree and owner of Bicycle Garage Indy and BGI Fitness. He graduated from Indiana University and relieved his masters from Indiana State University.
Allan Henderson is from Anderson, IN, is an avid on and off-road cyclist and has assisted with bicycle education courses. Henderson has a bachelor's degree in landscape architecture and a master's degree in urban and regional planning. He is a certified planner of the American Planning Association, a member of the League of American Bicyclists, has 12 years of experience in community planning and development, and authored the Madison County Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Master Plan. Henderson is also a former Peace Corps Volunteer.
Mike is from Bloomington, IN and is the current Director of Visit Bloomington. His cycling interest include touring & mountain biking. Mike has a marketing degree and want to promote bicycle tourism in Indiana.
Kyle is from Newburgh Indiana. His cycling interest include touring & mountain biking.
Nathan is from Indianapolis Indiana and is the CEO, Cheif Exploration Officer, of Active Indy Tours. Nathan has a B.S. and M.B.A. from Butler University. Nathan brings a fresh perspective to Bicycle Indiana's board and is interested in promoting bicycle tourism thorughout Indianapolis and the state.
Elizabeth currently resides in Indianapolis and has a B.A. in Communication Studies as well as studies abroad in Spain. Her background is diverse including graphic designer, bicycle sales and mechanic, international customer service and account manager and parent. As a board member, Elizabeth plans to facilitate community engagement with bicycling and make space and conversation for how bicycle advocacy can improve diverse and underserved communities.
Joshua currently resides in Valparaiso IN and has a B.S. in Visual Communication. He has worked at numerous bike shops throughout his career and is currently at Bucks Bicycle shop. Joshua has been a cyclists and commuted by bicycle for over fourteen years. Joshua's goal is to make cycling so ubiquitous that it needs no advocacy organizations. Until that time, Joshua plans to bring cycling advocacy and infrastructure to less privileged communities and decrease the gender gap among cyclists.
Carole Terry is from Lizton, IN and is the current president of the Central Indiana Bicycling Association. Carole has a Master's Degree in Physical Chemistry and is currently employed by Eli Lilly. Carole loves to ride her bicycle(s) for recreation, staying fit, and commuting/transportation. Terry is also involved with other civic organizations and is a volunteer for Child Advocates in Indianapolis; a steering committee member of Out & Equal Indiana Regional Affiliate, and the Indianapolis Bicycle Advisory Council.
Julie Ward resides in Anderson Indiana and enjoys road, touring and mountain biking. Julie has a B.S. degree in Organizational Leadership as well as an MBA. Julie has been an active member of the White River Bicycle Coalition and the Spoke & Wheel Bicycle Club, as well as a member of CIBA. Julie’s passion for cycling advocacy has continuously increased the past few years and she plans to get involved at a deeper level.
Nancy Tibbett is from New Palestine and is the Executive Director of Bicycle Indiana. Tibbett has been a member of Bicycle Indiana and CIBA for more than a decade. She served as president of CIBA, Indiana's largest bicycle club, in 2007 and 2008 and has also served on the Department of Natural Resources Trails Advisory Board. Tibbett received her bachelor's degree from Indiana Wesleyan University and her master's degree from University of Phoenix.