The ECGA Advisory Board consists of specialists in a variety of fields who support the Greenway project and offer their advice and services to the Alliance.
Advisory Board Members:
Chuck Flink, Chair
President, Greenways Incorporated & Former Chair, ECGA Board of Trustees (2005-2010)
President & CEO, Trans Canada Trail
Manager, James River Park System
Cisco Systems (retired), Avid bicyclist for 40 years and bicycling advocate in Columbus, OH; Silicon Valley, CA; and now Research Triangle Park, NC.
Executive Director, League of American Bicyclists
Entrepreneur, New York City
Wells Fargo Area President, Triangle East North Division, North Carolina
Director and Founder, Ciclismo Classico Bicycle Tours
Co-founder of Spoke’n Revolutions Youth Cycling, a program under Triangle Bikeworks, designed to get under-represented youth outdoors, on bikes and into state and National Parks to build confidence and provide immersive experiences surrounded by history.
Author, writing in The Experience of Place, Tony addresses the restoration of America’s cities and landscapes and has contributed to a wide variety of transportation and environmental initiatives.
Writer, and one of the first people to travel the entire length of the ECG, unsupported
Cycling advocate and Senior Product Manager with Advanced Sports International.
A co-founder of the ECGA
President, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
Executive Director, Path Foundation
Former President/CEO, Alliance for Biking and Walking
Former Mayor, City of Annapolis, MD
Principal, Alta Planning & Design
Bill O’Neill, PE, LS
President(retired), Fuss & O’Neill Engineering , past ECGA Board of Trustees member, and former Chairman, Connecticut Committee for the ECG
Climate Change Expert, Advocate and Albert G. Milbank Professor of Geosciences and International Affairs at Princeton University
President, Parks Hospitality Group
Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University
Cycling advocate, real estate investment leader at Greenwich Group International, New York, NY
ECGA Co-Founder and first Executive Director (retired)