Annual member night and AGM
Bicycle Network’s 2020 Annual Member Night and 45th Annual General Meeting was held on Wednesday 28 October online via Zoom.
More than 50 members joined the event to hear from the Bicycle Network team about all that has been achieved in the past year and how we have worked during COVID-19 to support people who ride bikes.
During the AGM, the 2019 AGM minutes were accepted as a true and correct record and financial statements were received.
Results of the 2020 Bicycle Network Board election were also announced. Keir Paterson was re-elected to the Board and Jenica Brooke was elected to the Board.
Bicycle Network congratulates both Keir and Jenica on their election.
A video of the meeting featuring presentations from the Bicycle Network team is available on YouTube.See video Board members
Collectively, Bicycle Network’s Board has two high level responsibilities:
1. Insight and Foresight
The Board ensures that Bicycle Network is equipped to respond to the changing circumstances in the external and internal environments in order to achieve our mission to promote the health of the community through the prevention and control of disease by more people cycling more often.
The Board is the ultimate authority in Bicycle Network and each member of the Board is responsible for Bicycle Network’s controls. These responsibilities are substantial and include law, regulations and internal controls as well as organisational liability and risk management.
Our constitution, charter and corporate governance statement outlines how we’re set up and how we run.