Dave Stockman – President – Dave grew up riding bikes every day, for fun, and later to and from school and work. He is an advocate for making cycling more safe and accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds and has been a supporter of RBP’s Major Taylor Program since inception. Dave is the President of the Stillwater Foundation, which focuses on providing support to local organizations that offer youth development programming. He sits on several local boards and is well-versed in nonprofit management.
Catrina Peters – Vice-President – Catrina has been an all-star volunteer for Reno Bike Project since 2011. After volunteering for the community bike program at Burning Man for two years, Catrina was eager to get involved with a local counterpart. She served as our volunteer grant writer in the past and now leads the board. Catrina’s Master’s degree in Foods and Nutrition, from Purdue University, adds dimension to her set of skills.
Damian Dominic Quinn Sinnott (aka Dom) – Secretary – After moving back to Reno from San Francisco, Dom started getting involved in local triathlons. As a result of that, he was introduced to the RBP. After getting settled, he wanted to help and looked into board membership. As an attorney, he makes a valuable board Secretary.
Richard Mason – Treasurer – Richard brings 40 years of professional financial experience, having worked in the film industry for many years until joining the accounting faculty at the University of Nevada, Reno in 2000. He holds PhD and BBA degrees in accounting as well as a law degree. Richard first got involved with the Bike Project when he attended the Bike Repair Class and has since volunteered during Freewheels for Kids and Burning Man. He commutes to work most days on his spiffy electric bike. Besides cycling, he loves playing the ukulele and traveling.
David Fiore – David is a recreational cyclist and family medicine physician, affiliated with the University of Nevada School of Medicine. He promotes—and tries to live—healthily and advocates that cycling can be an integral part of that lifestyle. RBP was, first, a great place to tinker with his bikes and hang out with a diverse group of people. Intrigued by the way people mingle and work together in the shop, he started asking how to become involved. David hopes his enthusiasm, years of cycling, and commitment to the Truckee Meadows will help RBP meet its vision.
Jim Webber – Jim is an Assistant Professor of English at University of Nevada Reno. Over the last two years, several of his students have done research and writing to support RBP’s outreach and advocacy efforts.