The Greater Victoria Bike to Work Society is a registered non-profit society governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.
Meet the Board
Andrew was previously a Director at Sierra Systems, a management and Information Technology consulting firm with offices across North America. He also worked in Britain, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany and the US, and cycled in all those countries. He has a strong interest in improving the bike to work experience, and in all aspects of human-powered transportation.
Vice President Kryn Zedel
Times Colonist Circulation Sales
Kryn has been cycling in the Greater Victoria area since what seems like the beginning of time. He appreciates the cycling infrastructure within the capital region and recognizes the need for alternate modes of transportation.
Treasurer Jack Wessel
After graduating from UVIC, Jack worked with a number of agricultural organizations including financial and general management of two provincial marketing boards. He worked closely with growers and governments to initiate and establish the BC Cranberry Research Farm, the only facility of its kind in Canada.
Cycling to work in Victoria in the 70’s and 80’s before cycling infrastructure was a bit of a challenge. A few scrapes could probably have been avoided with the benefit of a bike skills course. Now in retirement, Jack has time to support the goals and objectives of the Greater Victoria Bike to Work Society.
Mia has worked in three Canadian municipalities and more recently connected with her bicycle as an adult. Mia feels that cycling is an important aspect of sustainable transportation and carbon offset, and has a strong interest in engaging her fellow municipal workmates to get cycling in Victoria.
Directors at Large
Board Director, CRD Traffic Safety Commission
Board Director, Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition
Retired, BC Ministry of Environment