Bicycle Network: Our Team (165)
The Next Gen Team launched in 2015. The team came together to strengthen the leadership of Bicycle Network, and develop as our next generation of leaders.
The Bicycle Network Next Gen Team
Morgan Liddy, People and Culture Manager
Morgan is part of the People and Culture Team at Bicycle Network and committed to growing the organisation's talent pool. Especially through dynamic recruitment and engagement strategies, flexible performance management systems, and empowering a strong value driven culture.
After high school her dream was to be the physio for the Geelong Football Club, but, a year into a degree that was steering her in the direction of pursuing her dream, she was quick to realise it wasn't her calling.
At Uni, she changed her course and discovered her true passion – developing people! Morgan gains real enjoyment in seeing others develop and feel a sense of pride and fulfillment in their life's purpose.
Ryan Lonsdale, NSW Manager
As an advocate for a healthy life, people and bike riding are two of Ryan’s core passions. Ryan is the leader of the growing NSW team and understands the needs of Australian bike riders from spending years on his road bike, commuting to work or simply taking his young family to the park.
Ryan came to Bicycle Network from a previous life as brand communications and business professional. His goal is to have bike riding naturally on the agenda in NSW and expand the everyday riding community.
Ryan is relishing the opportunity to grow the influence of Bicycle Network in NSW by empowering his team to support current riders and introducing people to simple health benefits from riding a bike.
Grace Macpherson, Government Adviser
Grace plays an integral role in Bicycle Network’ Government and External Relations team. She is responsible for providing strategic advocacy and advice to government and stakeholders to facilitate better bike riding conditions.
With an undergraduate degree in science and masters degree in urban planning, Grace is passionate about planning cities and communities (and bicycle infrastructure) that have a positive impact on the health of people.
Grace loves working in the ever-changing environment of bikes and is optimistic that one day in Australia there will be more people riding to work in their work clothes then there will be in their lycra.
Jeff McPhan, National Ride2School Manager
As the National Ride2School Manager, Jeff thrives on the challenge of improving the physical activity levels of today’s young Australians through projects that enable students to ride and walk to school.
Jeff spent years working in various sports and leisure centres in regional Victoria and Metropolitan Melbourne, before joining Bicycle Network.
Growing up in country Victoria, Jeff rode his bike everywhere, always on his older brother’s old bikes! Some of Jeff’s favourite childhood memories was he and his brother tying the billy cart to the bike and riding flat out down hills or riding the old BMX over a purpose built jump into the local creek!
Jess Roberts, Members and Friends Manager
Jess Roberts is Bicycle Network's Members and Friends manager and it is her goal to ensure that members feel like they're part of the Bicycle Network family. Working with internal and external stakeholders, Jess ensures members receive the benefits of being a Bicycle Network member.
As well as looking after our 50,000+ members Jess managers the rider services team to ensure we deliver the best customer services to all riders.
Jess has worked with both corporate and not-for-profit organisations for close to 10 years and has a special passion for going to the gym, punching it out in one of her favourite boxing classes whenever she has the time to do it.
Dean Steinberg, Government Adviser
Dean is part of the Government and External Relations team and is committed to getting more people across Australia on their bikes.
Thanks to his strong and honest relationships with external stakeholders he is able to work with all levels of government to get the best possible outcomes for bike riders. Campaigning for improved bicycle conditions is one of the most enjoyable aspects of his work.
Dean has degrees in environmental studies and urban planning and is passionate about making Australia’s cities more livable and he believes that making them bicycle-friendly is a sure-fire way to do just that.