Meet our Bike JC Board Members
That's Patrick and his cargo bike. He bought it in Vermont and pedaled it all the way back to Jersey City. He can be seen around town delivering things from local businesses to residents in Jersey City, Hoboken and Bayonne. Sometimes he moves things from one business to another business. "I'm part of the non polluting local economic engine!" He tries to use his car as little as possible.
He became a resident of the Heights area in 1991 and really loves the diversity of the neighborhood.
Patrick got involved with BikeJC 7 years ago as a Marshall for the Ward Tour and joined the board of trustees about 3 years ago. "I am honored to serve as BikeJC's new president and hope that I can do proud those that came before me so that the organization's mission of improved cycling and pedestrian safety is significantly advanced." He believes in people power and people-powered change...like urban cycling.
Tony joined Bike JC’s board in 2014 after volunteering for us for several years; today he is the manager of our social media presence, a liaison to the Jersey City government, and a chief marshal for many of our organized bike rides. A native of Queens, Tony lived in several urban and suburban towns in North Jersey before moving to Downtown Jersey City’s Hamilton Park neighborhood in 1997. He lives on the same block today. After a decade as a newspaper reporter, and stints editing and writing for Manhattan management and marketing firms, Tony is currently a proofreader and copy editor for Prudential Insurance in Newark, where he is also a member of the revived Brick City Bike Collective advocacy and riding group. A longtime explorer of Jersey City and its urban environs by bike and mass transit, Tony also enjoys triathlons, marathons and distance running, and Jersey City’s art, music, dining, and nightlife scene.
Damian is the co-founder and Treasurer of the organization and currently resides in the Lafayette section of Jersey city.
Alexandra Nagy is a licensed social worker who manages a volunteer program for seniors in Hudson County.
She has been involved with Bike JC for 3 years as a volunteer. She recently became a board member last year and helps with different aspects of Bike JC.
Katie is a city planner by trade and community developer by day. She believes that bike friendly streets are an essential component for a socially just and vibrant city.
In addition to her work with Bike JC, Katie is the Institute Co-Director of New Leaders Council New Jersey- training the next generation of progressive political entrepreneurs.
She is a Hamilton Park resident, aspiring patron of the JC arts, and Bike JC board member since 2014.
Deirdre is an illustrator/artist working in the field of decorative painting. She also gives walking tours of community gardens and bicycling tours in NYC and is expanding to tours of JC.
She keeps bees in Riverview Community Garden in The Heights. She moved to JC in 2013 and lives on Hamilton Park.
She bicycles up and down both sides of the Hudson and to the beautiful bird sanctuary in Liberty State Park every chance she gets amongst other excursions.
She has been an avid cyclist since bartering with her junior high school to get out of gym in exchange for riding to school and back every day.
Kevin Bing was born and raised in New Jersey and first moved to Jersey City in 2010. In that time he has been a walker, biker, driver, parker, ridesharer, and rapid transit user. His favorite way to get around Jersey City is by Citibike.
In addition to joining the Board of Bike JC in 2017, Kevin is a trustee with the New Journal Square Community Association and a Board Member of Bike the US for MS. During the working week Kevin works at his family's manufacturing business