MISSOULA, Mont. (BRAIN) — Adventure Cycling Association announced Tuesday that Jim Sayer will step down as executive director by the end of 2019, after 15 years at the helm. Sayer will stay on as the organization’s leader until a successor is found. The search for a new leader will formally launch in May.
“It’s been an incredible ride,” said Sayer. “Anytime you can combine your passion with your profession, you are a lucky person. I’m especially proud that we’ve built such a strong and effective nonprofit that will continue to connect hundreds of thousands of people annually with the power of bicycle travel.”
Sayer also highlighted Adventure Cycling’s new strategic plan: “We continue to build on our strengths, but with this plan we are making some exciting pivots to the future with investments in digital engagement, grassroots community development and DIY tours, 21st century cycling navigation tools, and more powerful safety advocacy.”
Joyce Casey, Adventure Cycling’s board president, said, “We are deeply grateful for Jim’s service and leadership. During his time here, Adventure Cycling has grown our membership, more than doubled our staff, and nearly tripled our revenue. Most important, we have used those resources to provide the best …read more