Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Don't just believe in

Two Wheel View…

become Two Wheel View.

 

We envision a resilient community that connects youth with the tools they need to reach their full potential.

Two Wheel View is now accepting applications for new members to our Board of Directors. We are looking for community-minded people with a sincere interest in the development of youth who can bring fresh ideas and energy to our organization.


Member commitment includes in-person/virtual attendance for seven board meetings per year and active contributions to committee work as required. Board terms are three years with the option for renewal. We are looking for engaged, dedicated and passionate individuals that wish to share their skills for the development and sustainability of Two Wheel View.

 

We are looking for individuals with the following experience or skill sets:

 

·       Youth Development, Social Work or Education

·       Marketing, Public Relations and Communications

·       Entrepreneurship, Business

·       Human Resources and Employment

·       Finance

·       Fund Development

·       Law

 

To submit an expression of interest in a position on the Two Wheel Board of Directors, please email info@twowheelview.org. Please include your resume and a brief cover letter sharing why you are interested in joining the Two Wheel View Board of Directors, what skills and abilities you feel are most excited to share and what serving your community means to you.

Two Wheel View is actively seeking board members who reflect the diverse community we serve. Individuals typically underrepresented in the bicycle industry and non-profit sectors are encouraged to apply; queer, trans people, people of colour, indigenous people, women, people living with disabilities, and/or mental health variations.

Andrew Vidricaire

Calgary AB Board, Interim Co-Chair

Nannette Ho-Covernton

Nannette Ho-Covernton has been a practicing professional engineer for thirty years. She currently sits on the University of Calgary's Chemical Engineering Advisory Council and is Alternate Warden for Camp 18, The Corporation of the Seven Wardens. An active volunteer, Nan has been a part of the speed skating community for more than thirty years, currently serving as the Vice Chair, Speed Skating Sport Production, for the Organizing Committee Calgary. She and her family enjoy being active and cycling is a key part of their lives. 

Calgary AB Board, Member

David White

 David joined Two Wheel View while on a break from his career an an engineering manager with a major international oil and gas company. He got to know the organization initially through fixing bicycles for the Earn-a-Bike program and met the passionate people behind 'changing kids' lives from the seat of a bike.' He has been a volunteer trip leader with TWV since 2016, leading the YMCA Exchange tour, Badlands to Banff and Alberta Open trips. David believes that many important life skills can be learned from the seat of a bike. David is married to Sheilah and they have 4 children and 3 grandchildren. 

Calgary, AB Board

Kim Kadatz

Kim Kadatz is a senior fundraising professional, having built a 30-year career in sales and community development. With a reputation for building enduring relationships, bringing innovation to fundraising strategy, and leading teams to deliver results, she currently holds the position of Associate Vice-President, Development with the University of Calgary.  In her 15 years with the University of Calgary, she has held a number of lead development positions in the Faculty of Kinesiology, Principal Gifts, Schulich School of Engineering and the Haskayne School of Business. Kim is committed to raising resources that accelerate the quality of post-secondary education in Alberta through the advancement of research and teaching, enhancement of capital space, and support to students in achieving their goals.

 

Prior to joining the University of Calgary, Kim held various fundraising positions with the Mount Royal College Foundation and the United Way of Calgary and Area.

Calgary AB Board, Member

Kevin Stenner

Kevin Stenner is a lawyer with Carbert Waite LLP.  Before attending law school at the University of Calgary, Kevin taught middle school in both Ontario and BC.  While in law school, Kevin served as the President of the Society of Law Students, was the Calgary coordinator for Pro Bono Student’s Canada and received the Dean Michael Wylie Social Responsibility Award. Kevin is active in the community and participates in various Pro Bono Law Alberta and Pro Bono Student Canada initiatives, including Queen’s Bench Amicus and Civil Claims Duty Counsel. An avid cyclist, Kevin likes to spend time on his bike and with his family. 

Calgary AB Board, Member

Penny Hume

Penny Hume is the Executive-Director of Youth Central, a charitable non-profit that provides
opportunities for young people to become involved in their community.

Penny has been involved in many boards and committees, including the Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations, Shaw Millennium Park Citizens’ Advisory Committee, Western Canada High School Council, Prince’s Island Park Management Advisory Committee and the Calgary International Children’s Festival. 

 

With a degree in education, combined with over 25 years of experience in the non-profit community, Penny understands the needs and responsibilities of the non-profit sector. Penny believes that Calgary is a vibrant and welcoming community due in large part to volunteers and the organizations they support.

Calgary AB Board

Scott Clark

Calgary AB Board, Member

Heather Johnson

Heather works for The City of Calgary and brings experience in strategic planning, facilitation and engagement. But Heather has always been involved in working with youth - Camp Counsellor, Science camps, a science centre in Ontario and a science festival in the UK led to an Education degree and a career as a high school math teacher. Heather is a passionate cyclist - particularly mountain biking but can also be found on her road bike and (not frequently enough) commuting. Two Wheel View brings together two things important to Heather- providing youth with the opportunities and support they need to be successful and the joy and empowerment of biking. Heather and her wife Lindsay enjoy getting away to the mountains to bike and spend time with friends.

Calgary, AB, Board Member

Sheldon McDonough

Calgary AB Board

Paul Salvatore

Paul has over 20 years of experience serving governments at all levels in areas including recreation, social planning, economic development, planning, special events, tourism, culture and corporate communications. He is a Certified Local Government
Manager and founder of Municipal Experts a government consulting company that helps businesses, not for profits and governments play well with each other.
While he’s always been interested in cycling, his time as the local committee chair for the Tour of Alberta in 2013 and his support and participation in the development of Gran Fondo Badlands in 2014 led him to appreciate the positive effect of cycling for personal and community growth. He is excited to be part of Two Wheel View’s board of directors and part of Alberta’s growing cycling community. He’s always up for a ride, an outing with his Goldendoodle Lulu and friends on a cross-country ski trip or exploring Calgary with a great cup of coffee.

Calgary AB Board, Member

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Two Wheel View - CALGARY

#101 1725 10th Ave SW

Calgary, Alberta 

T3C 0K1

CANADA

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e: info@twowheelview.org

Please note: We accept bike donations from Monday-Friday 10am-5pm. We ask a suggested donation of $5 per bike to help with parts and fixing up the bikes.  

We are closed weekends and holidays. For updates on donation hours please check our instagram.

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