SDMB has several committees tasked with portions of the organization’s operational work.
Nomination Committee--Evan Pilling, chair
The Nomination Committee is chaired by the Vice President and is tasked with evaluating current Board structure and function and recruiting new Board Members to fill gaps, build resiliency, and at times, replace lost skills or talents. The Nomination Committee may also determine a Board Member must be removed from their role, recommending such action to the Board. The Nomination Committee is composed of a specific number of interested confirmed members of SDMB.
Trails Love Corp Committee--Evan Pilling, chair
The Trails Committee is tasked with maintenance and upkeep of the publicly accessible trails within SDMB’s geographic scope. It is chaired by either the Trails Love Corp chair depending on the season, and can have very different goals depending on the season. The Trails Committee is composed of training and coordinating persons as well as the Trail Stewards. The Trails Committee meets monthly, the week prior to any Board Meeting, unless otherwise stated by the chair.
Development Committee--Nat Gordon, chair
The Development Committee is ultimately responsible for all revenue raised for SWMMBA. Chaired by the Development Director, this committee oversees all Events, Fundraising, Grant Applications, Memberships, and Individual/Organizational Contributions. The Development Committee is composed of subject matter experts and volunteers. The Development Committee meets monthly, the week prior to any Board Meeting, unless otherwise stated by the chair.
Advocacy Committee--Cliff Papin, chair
The Advocacy Committee is chaired by the Advocacy Committee chair and oversees the Be Cool Campaign and gives leadership to other MTB advocacy initiatives. Members of this committee are dedicated to improving public relations with land managers and the public through positive role-modeling and advocacy efforts to protect and expand trail access, including working with the Network for Arizona Trails on statewide legislative initiatives.
Events Committee--Dave Slagle, chair
The Events Committee is chaired by the Events Committee Chair and is tasked with planning and conducting social events like ongoing fundraisers, social rides, beginner bike skills clinics, Thirsty Thursday fundraisers, the annual Poker Ride, campouts, movie nights, and other events. Maintains volunteer hours database related to events. Tracks costs and revenues associated with events.
Outreach & Communications Coordinator--Vacant
Oversees public-facing communications and outreach efforts including the SDMB and 100-Acre Wood Bike Park websites, SDMB-managed social media accounts (including the Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicyclists, 100-Acre Wood Bike Park, and Fantasy Island Trails Park Facebook pages), the SDMB newsletter, print communication, and any additional social media or other outlets that are appropriate. Recruits and supervises volunteers who manage individual communications assets. Communicates with Directors and other key players to get information for distribution
Membership Committee--Jennifer Daniels, chair
Responsible for recruitment and maintenance of SDMB’s dues-paying members. Coordinates membership drives, distribution of member incentives, and communicates with supporting businesses to develop member benefits and perks.
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100-Acre Wood Bike Park
Construction & Operations Committee
The Construction and Operations (C&O) Committee oversees the coordination of construction, operation, and eventual maintenance for the bike park. This is achieved through coordinating delivery and instillation of park construction materials, inspecting and maintaining all bike specific infrastructure, coordinating volunteer work days as needed, and developing a bike park operations manual. Additional committee objectives include coordinating with local non-profits and user groups to facilitate sustainable practices (ecosystem restoration, water harvesting) on site and promoting accessible use of the facility by under served groups in the greater Tucson community.
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