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Robin is the Executive Director of BikeTexas, the statewide bicycle advocacy and education organization. He has been with BikeTexas since 1999, making the transition to ED in 2003. During Robin’s time as ED, BikeTexas has celebrated successes in Safe Passing Laws, now in place in 14 Texas cities; Complete Streets policies in multiple jurisdictions across the state; publishing the 2012 Texas Benchmark Report; producing an acclaimed biannual state conference for bicycling and walking; introducing cycletracks to Texas; encouraging Texas cities to put on open streets (ciclovía) events; training over 7,000 Texas teachers in the SafeCyclist curriculum, who have in turn reached approximately two million Texas schoolchildren with bicycle and pedestrian safety; and working with the Texas legislature towards Safe Routes to School, Safe Passing, and Complete Streets, and anti-texting while driving laws.
Beth Nobles, the former Executive Director of Texas Mountain Trail Region of the Texas Heritage Trails program, returns to Texas as the first ever BikeTexas Deputy Director. Beth has most recently been the Associate Director of Development for the University of Iowa Museum of Art.
Beth brings to BikeTexas her deep knowledge of fundraising, storytelling, strategic partnerships, and her passion for discovering the beauty and grandeur of Texas by bike.
Membership and Community Relations Director
Leslie Luciano came to BikeTexas with many years of experience in bicycle advocacy at Bicycle Sport Shop in Austin. Leslie works on public policy issues on the local, state, and national levels, partnering with advocacy organizations, other industry retailers, and public officials. Leslie is a three-time winner of Trek's national "Advocate of the Year" award in 2009, 2010, and 2011.
Lynn holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from UT Austin and will be doing transportation engineering for BikeTexas. Lynn particularly enjoys intersection and interchange design, and will often pause in her commute to study traffic flow--watching how road users interact with infrastructure is one of her favorite things about bike commuting.
Lynn's major project for BikeTexas will be the 2017 Benchmarking Report.