Notice of Annual General Meeting
5pm, Wednesday 20 October, 2021
All eligible members (those who hold a membership for 12 months as of 25 August 2021) please RSVP via this link.
Board statement in response to Keir Paterson’s preselection
Keir Paterson has been preselected as the Australian Labor Party’s candidate for the federal seat of Melbourne. Accordingly, today Keir has stepped down from the position of President; he remains an elected member of the Board. We congratulate Keir on his preselection and thank him for his service as President.
Bicycle Network works across the political spectrum to make bike riding easier for everyone.
The Board is committed to maintaining the highest standards of governance and independence. The Board will appropriately manage any conflicts of interest that may arise.
The Board has elected Prita Jobling-Baker as the President of the Bicycle Network and James Garriock as the Vice-President.
16 August 2021Board 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.
Learn about our achievements, successes and journey towards a nation of bike riders.
Our constitution, charter and corporate governance statement outlines how we’re set up and how we run.
- Signed auditors report and statutory accounts 2019-2020