INTRODUCING THE 24//7 CSF TEAM
PRESIDENT - Troy Dobinson
Troy Dobinson is the driving force behind the fund and has years of experience working in the cycling community. With this wealth of experience, Troy brings invaluable perspective to the table about the steps necessary to achieve our objectives.
VICE PRESIDENT - Craig Trapp
With over 11 years experience in the community sector, Craig Trapp draws on competence in running and managing events and leveraging technology and social networks to enhance the professional image of the 24//7 Cycling Safety Fund Inc.
TREASURER - Kym Jaenke
Instrumental in setting up the 24//7 Cycling Safety Fund Trust, Kym Jaenke brings strategic and professional advice to the table creating high standards in business structure and planning. Kym is also a successful triathlete and has extensive experience in various sporting endeavours.
SECRETARY - Rillis Kilmartin
Rillis Kilmartin joined the team in 2012 and became Secretary in 2013. Rillis, her husband and two children are keen cyclists in the Ipswich community. Rillis brings administrative skills to the team, to assist in the smooth running of the group.
MEMBER - Craig Taylor
As a Masters World Cycling champion and a well known and respected Ipswich Cyclist, Craig Taylor offers a wealth of local knowledge on cycling in Ipswich and the need for a safe cycling centre. Craig has been a passionate advocate in this regard for many years and remains committed to seeing an outcome for our community.
There are many ways to help.
By joining with us 24//7 Cycling Safety Fund you help show community support for a safe cycling facility for Ipswich residents and various sporting groups.
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Volunteers are the lifeblood of 24//7csf and they are the ones who make it all happen. There are great rewards being involved for your social life, health and career.
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Help us raise the funds needed to make cycling safe 24/7 by donating or by registering for community rides and enjoy meeting new friends in a healthy environment.
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