Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on December 11th, 2009 at 1:20 pm
Yesterday we shared some names of folks who might be a good fit for the top job at the Bicycle Transportation Alliance (BTA). Now, the organization has announced two meetings where they’ll ask members what qualities and attributes they want in their next executive director.
Here’s a snip from an email sent out a few minutes ago to BTA members:
The BTA Board of Directors has initiated the process of selecting the next executive director by organizing a search committee and retaining a professional search firm. Now, the board would like member input on shaping the criteria for the recruitment and selection of the organization’s next leader. You are invited to attend an upcoming meeting to provide feedback that defines the executive director’s role.
According to the BTA email, the meetings will include a one-hour session moderated by BTA Board member Stephen Gomez. Members will get a look at a draft version of the job description and will be asked to provide input on the priorities for the future ED’s first 12 months on the job.
If you’re a BTA member and want to participate, RSVP to Kristin Bott at kristin[at]bta4bikes[dot]org or via phone at (503) 226-0676 ext. 24. Meeting details are below:
- Friday, December 18th
Noon to 1:00 pm
p:ear, 338 NW 6th Avenue
Wednesday, January 6th
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
BTA Office, 233 NW 5th Ave