Cat works for STV Inc. as an Owner's Representative for Boeing and lives and works in center city Philadelphia. Originally from California, Cat has a B.A from UC Santa Cruz in Mathematics, a M.A. in Mathematics from U.C. Santa Barbara, a M. ARCH from The University of Texas, Austin and is LEED BD+C accredited. While in Texas, Cat was the Captain of the UT Women's Cycling Team and competed in Collegiate Road Nationals in 2007 and 2008. After moving to Philadelphia in 2008, Cat began spending a great deal of time mountain biking after she was introduced to the trails in the Wissahickon by a PMBA Skills Clinic. Cat joined the Board of Directors in 2010 and her work focuses on outreach, marketing and public relations.
Pat Engleman is a native of North Eastern Pennsylvania where he started mountain biking in the early nineties as it was the only way to get to the local skate spots. Since moving to Philadelphia for college, Pat has been a bike messenger, event organizer, cycling editor, mountain bike racer, and bike shop employee. He is also a budding cycling photographer with some of his work in major cycling publications. When he is not involved with bicycles, Pat is a High School Chemistry and Physics teacher with a BA from Temple and a MS in science education from UPenn. He is also a varsity Track and Field coach where he specializes in the throwing disciplines and he has started a High School Mountain bike club. He lives in North Wales with his wife Jess.
The Wissahickon is where Rob loves to ride. He enjoys volunteering on the board for the opportunity to positively impact the community and the sport of mountain biking in Philadelphia and the surrounding area. Rob is passionate about persuing new ideas and relationships to help achieve those goals.
Tim Mack resides in Drexel Hill, PA with his wife Erika. He attended Bloomsburg University and Graduated in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in political science. He is employed by a German pipe and steel group serving the offshore wind, oil and gas sectors. Tim is an active advocate for mountain biking projects in Delaware County and he regularly rides at several southeastern Pennsylvania regional trail systems.
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