Trustees

Sarah Mowl - Chair

Sarah Mowl is an independent market researcher and marketing consultant. She works with a wide range of commercial and not for profit organisations throughout the UK. Prior to that she worked in advertising. She is a keen cyclist and takes full advantage of Bristol's hills and London's fast flat roads when whizzing around on business - always beating those in cars! Sarah is Life Cycle UK's chair of Trustees.

 

Keith Bonham MBE - Treasurer

Keith Bonham is director or trustee of several charities and not-for-profit organisations involved in education, the environment, hospice care, sport and youth work. Keith is a retired chartered accountant who spent a 35-year professional career with Ernst and Young, where he was Managing Partner from 1984 to 1992. Naturally, his retirement present was a bicycle. Keith has sat on the board of numerous charities in the South West and is Life Cycle UK's Treasurer.

 

Malcolm Shepherd CBE

Malcolm retired as Chief Executive of Sustrans, the sustainable transport charity, in April 2016 after 9 successful years at the helm and over 20 years in total.  Malcolm's early career was in Industry where he held Financial and Commercial Director roles for several large companies.  He has long experience of the voluntary sector having worked with many Charities as a consultant, employee, Trustee and volunteer. He joined Life Cycle UK as a Trustee in Autumn 2016.

 

David Evans DPhil, FFPH, MA, BA, RGN

David Evans is Professor in Health Services Research (Public Involvement) at the University of the West of England. He is a lifetime cyclist, and committed to cycling not just for its health and environmental benefits but for also for the sheer fun of it. He teaches on the MSc Public Health which has a strong focus on sustainability and the promotion of health. His research interests include finding the most effective ways to ensure patient and public involvement in health care and public health.

 

Andrew Webber

Andrew is a partner at TLT LLP, based in the firm's Bristol office. He specialises in company law and corporate transactions and works with businesses of all sizes on mergers and acquisitions, group reorganisations, investments, joint ventures, governance and compliance. Andrew is a keen cyclist in his spare time, including commuting into Bristol by bike, cycling with a local group most weekends and regularly getting left behind by his wife and two daughters on local cycle paths.

 

Elizabeth Williams

Elizabeth Williams is a Senior Project and Service Redesign Manager for South West Commissioning Support Unit. She has worked in the NHS, in Public Health, Primary care and project management for over 27 years, before that she was a secondary school teacher. She manages projects to improve NHS services for patients. Elizabeth is a keen cyclist and, after her children, she would save her Brompton folding bike, if the house were on fire.

 

Mike Ginger

Mike has spent the past 30 years campaigning to promote cycling: from leading the Avon Cycle Project Team in the 1980s and 1990s, to founding Bristol's Biggest Bike Ride, developing Bristol's first Local Transport Plan and a stint at the Highways Agency. In 1996, he secured funding for what was called 'Project Bike' - which ultimately developed into Life Cycle UK.. Married with one daughter, he is now retired and enjoys vegetable gardening, cycling and campaigning.

 

Clive Keble

Clive Keble is an independent town planning consultant specialising in Neighbourhood Planning and protected areas.  After working for over 30 years in the public-sector Clive is now semi-retired and in his spare time enjoys, travel, cooking, cycling, vegetable gardening and live music. Clive has family in Bristol, but lives in Derby and as our “Man in the East Midlands” he brings an added dimension to the work of Life Cycle, at the same time as supporting our small, but highly successful, Derby based Bike Back team.

 

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