The nominating committee for the East Coast Greenway Alliance’s Board of Trustees recommends three candidates to join the board for 2020: Lori Bush, Ken Robinson and Britt Storck.
“I am confident that all three will contribute meaningfully to our organization, that they are passionate about serving our mission, and that they offer skills that complement the current board and staff,” says trustee Tom Kaiden, chair of the nominating committee. If approved by the board at its December meeting, the new members would begin their three-year terms in January 2020.
Lori Bush lives in Cary, N.C., where she serves as Mayor Pro Tem and an at-large town council member. An avid cyclist, she has participated in a number of BikeMS rides and serves on a number of nonprofit boards, including the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Eastern North Carolina, National Institute of Urban Search and Rescue, and National Cyber Security Alliance. Bush works in education technology for Cisco Systems.
Ken Robinson is a tax executive with 25-plus years of experience in the health plan industry and public accounting. He works currently as the tax vice president for Independence Health Group in Philadelphia. Robinson is an avid cyclist. He served previously as board chair of the Latin American Youth Center and the LAYC Career Academy charter school in Washington, D.C.
Britt Storck, a professional landscape architect, leads the Atlanta office for Alta Planning + Design. She has managed natural resource-based recreation projects, greenway and trail design, and active community design and planning projects across the nation. Storck believes that each project provides the opportunity for a community to activate, transform its health, stimulate its economy, and boost the overall quality of life of its people.
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