The Leadership Retreat
2019 Active Transportation Leadership Retreat
In 2018, the League of American Bicyclists was excited to host the first Leadership Retreat for state and local bicycle and pedestrian advocacy groups since 2014. This event brought together leaders from city and state-wide advocacy organizations for networking and workshops aimed at increasing capacity and effectiveness, and mapping out a plan for better collaboration between local, state, and national groups.
Looking forward to the 2019 National Bike Summit, we are excited to convene leaders from advocacy organizations once again.
RECAP OF the Active Transportation Leadership Retreat March 3–4, 2018, Washington, D.C.
The Leadership Retreat is specifically designed for staff of advocacy organizations so you must sign up using your League organizational membership number.
We kicked off the retreat on Saturday, March 3, at 4pm with an optional bike ride and reception with plenty of time to connect with your peers and counterparts from around the country over food and drinks.
Saturday March 3
4:00pm - 5:00pm Optional bike ride (it is anticipated that most participants will use bikeshare bikes)
5:00pm-8:00pm - Reception - Networking time to connect with your peers and counterparts from around the country over food and drinks.
Sunday March 4 - Location: Gensler, 2020 K ST NW, Washington, DC 20006
9:00am - 9:30am Welcome, introductions, unconference session set-up
9:30am -10:30am Unconference sessions (topics will be selected by attendees and there will be an opportunity to participate in multiple short sessions)
10:30am -10:45am Break
10:45am- 12:15pm Breakout session (attendees will have an opportunity to discuss challenges and network with their peers according to organization type and/or organizational roles)
12:15pm-1:15pm Lunch discussion - Amelia Neptune, League Bicycle Friendly America Program Director and Kyle Wagenschutz, Director of Local Innovation at People for Bikes will be discussing and taking questions on the Bicycle Friendly Community and Places for Bikes programs
1:15pm- 4:15pm Strategic Planning for the Movement: Developing a roadmap for city,state, and national groups to work together more effectively -- Facilitated discussion
4:30pm - Wrap up