Our Trustees are a diverse group people with shared values around achieving social impact using the bike as a mean of transport.
We believe that, in the long term, having a diverse and inclusive board makes for better discussion, better decision making, and better organisational impact.
It also better reflects the people, businesses and communities that we support.
We encourage applications from those typically underrepresented on boards and from those who feel that they can bring additional and alternative experiences and perspectives. We are not recruiting but please feel free to drop Greg an email and he’ll get in touch when we’re ready.
Please contact Greg, our Cycling Enthusiast Officer (CEO), on Greg@bikeforgood.org.uk if you have any questions about our Board.
Management Consultant – V Group
Originally from Derbyshire, with a stop-over in Manchester for around a decade, Matthew has lived in Glasgow now for 7 years. Since arriving in Glasgow he has rediscovered a love after making a commitment to try and create a better environment for his daughter. He commited to active travel and has replaced most journeys to be cycle journeys.
Matthew’s role as a Management Consultant has seen him work in many different sectors (including Retail, Finance, Utilities & Logistics) mainly focusing on Strategy creation and Process Improvement.
Matthew is the most recent addition to the board of Bike for Good and was attracted to the organisation after experiencing first hand the excellent service delivered by many of the services offered on his journey back into cycling and an instant connection to the goals and values.
Development Director – Queens Cross Housing Association
Originally from Newcastle-on-Tyne, Nick has lived in Glasgow for 25 years and has been cycling nearly every day for over 50 years.
Nick’s role as Development Director is focused on providing community-based affordable housing. His skill are project planning and management, budgeting and fundraising, community development, and public campaigning.
Nick has been on the board of Bike for Good for two years and was attracted to the recycling environmental ethos of the charity and the way it links its commercial activities with projects designed to improve well-being and social capacity, build confidence and develop practical skills in an inclusive and life-enhancing way.
Originally from Dartmoor in Devon, Megan moved to Scotland in 2015 mainly for the outdoors but also to work in the NHS as a Junior Doctor. Having spent two years living and working in Edinburgh, she then sampled living up north for a few months working at Raigmore hospital in Inverness before putting roots down in Glasgow over the last two years. She’s currently taking some time away from her medical training to re-evaluate her career options.
She has an interest in public health and community wellbeing, and is a keen cyclist herself regularly commuting by bicycle or exploring the local area. She has used cycling as a way to see parts of Europe most recently she cycled from the UK to Greece with friends raising £11000 for charity, and volunteering for a primary care clinic in Lesovos for refugees.
Drawn to volunteering as Trustee Secretary with Bike for Good by the vision that cycling is something that can benefit everyone, Megan would like to use it as an opportunity to learn more about the functioning of a social enterprise .
Self Employed in Travel & Tourism
Kenny joined the Bike For Good team in 2017, looking for a new challenge after 27 years working in various finance roles in the drinks industry. With good experience of working on corporate Boards and as a trustee for a number of company pension schemes, Kenny was interested in making use of some of those skills in a positive way, via a social enterprise.
Bike for Good fitted the bill perfectly. A local Glasgow enterprise with big aspirations for making a difference to both the quality of peoples lives and our environment, with cycling at its very core!.
A keen cyclist, Kenny has left the corporate career behind in favour of focussing on developing travel and tourism businesses that will feature the bike in some shape or form!
Originally from Bombay, Promilla made Glasgow her home after initially settling here with her husband in 2004.
Promilla has worked with private, public and third sector organisations in the UK, South Asia, Middle East, and wider Europe and has a proven track of helping organisations deliver strategic objectives through policy development, stakeholder engagement, marketing, networking, relationship building and project management.
Promilla is interested in wellbeing and loves yoga and spinning. Promilla wanted to utilise her skills to help Bike for Good after a chance meeting with Greg (CEO) who passionately explained the vision of the organisation.
Self- employed in service design and digital
Having attended a number of Digital Trustees Scotland match-making events, Sam was been waiting for the right opportunity to bring her service design and digital skills to a Trustee role. As a very active cyclist, Bike for Good made the most sense to combine a passion with contributing to a great social enterprise.
Sam is passionate about helping organisations understand that great customer experiences means designing services that start with the people who are using them, and the only way to do this, is to design with them, not for them.
Having spent the last 5 years working in digital transformation projects across the public sector, Sam also brings this knowledge and experience to Bike for Good.
In her spare time, Sam lives in Stirling with her 2 cats, partner and quite a few bikes. She loves to travel, and always with a bike involved.