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 accepts applications for new members to our Board of Directors each year. 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. Applications for 2022 are open until November 1st.
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
Human Resources and Employment
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.
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.
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.
Jasreet (Jas) Badyal
Jas is a lawyer practicing in the areas of family law, wills, and residential real estate. She runs her own law firm with a focus on access to justice and services for LGBTQ+ clients. Jas is passionate about social justice. She regularly volunteers to provide free legal advice to low income clients and takes on legal aid files.
Jas cares deeply about marginalized youth. She strongly believes that empowerment early in life opens up opportunities for a better life. Jas hopes to contribute to a more equitable society where marginalized voices are uplifted, valued, and centered.
Aside from her work and volunteering, Jas loves food, coffee, tea, reading, stationery, and connecting with others. You can usually hear her laugh before you see her!
Paul has over 20 years of experience serving governments at all levels in areas. 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.
Dr. Jon Kolb
Jon earned his Doctorate at the German Sport University Cologne, Germany. As a professor at the University of Calgary for 30 years, his teachings included sport exercise physiology, human growth and development, along with a variety of activity courses including gymnastics, bicycle touring, back-country hiking and cross country skiing. His research interests include altitude training, heat and cold acclimatization as well as clinical applications associated with reduced oxygen levels.
Following his university career, Jon provided leadership, expertise and assistance to Canada’s Olympic and Paralympic summer and winter sports in the creation, implementation and assessment of their individualized sport science and medicine programs. In addition, Jon also developed Canada’s first high performance sport research opportunity through Own The Podium’s “Innovation 4 Gold” program.
For Jon, the focus has always been on developing his own skills in order to provide positive opportunities for learners of all ages to recognize and achieve their own personal goals.
Board Vice Chair
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.
Jimmy is a financial professional working for a technology firm that offers analytical and process enhancement solutions to energy companies to increase efficiency, enact fiscal discipline and improve strategic decision making. Jimmy is passionate about providing support and guidance to entities, so they can maintain strong financial health while increasing reach. Jimmy has lived in Calgary for the last 20 years and grew up within a family that embraces the city’s culture, appreciates its resilience, and encourages joining its supportive community. He was drawn to Two Wheel View because of its unique youth driven programs that teach important life skills in a fun, safe, active and educational environment. He is excited to join an organization with programs, understanding leaders and caring mentors that enable kids to grow, build confidence, feel appreciated and achieve goals to fulfill their dreams.
Jimmy loves being active and spends most of his free time skiing, mountain biking, cycling, cross country skiing, hiking, playing tennis or hanging out with friends and family.
Jacqueline is a criminal lawyer and works for the Alberta Crown Prosecution Service. For the past 10 years she has been a prosecutor in the Calgary Drug Treatment Court, an alternative to incarceration for addicted offenders. She knows that healthy and engaged youth are the building blocks of the healthy and engaged community where we all want to live.
Jacqueline is a Two Wheel View fan-girl. So far TWV has provided her with two (or three, who’s counting?) awesome bikes, a studded tire, and a long overdue lesson in bicycle maintenance for which her chain is most grateful. She loves to ride her bike and knows that every day is better with a bike in it. She is a devoted year-round commuter – see studded tire, above. Most recently she has been working on ramping up the KMs on her road bike, but is challenged by the clothing - particularly the shoes.
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 VP of Advancement at the Glenbow Museum. Prior to the Glenbow she spent 15 years with the University of Calgary, where she lead development positions in the Faculty of Kinesiology, Principal Gifts, Schulich School of Engineering and the Haskayne School of Business.
Earlier in her career, Kim held various fundraising positions with the Mount Royal College Foundation and the United Way of Calgary and Area.