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Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition
P.O. Box 2454
Providence, RI 02906

Who we are


Alex Krogh-Grabbe, Executive Director
Alex Krogh-GrabbeAlex came to RIBike in June of 2015, as our first ever staff person. He manages the day-to-day operations of RIBike. Before RIBike, Alex worked on political campaigns, economic development, and event organizing. He has a master’s degree in urban planning from Tufts University, and moved to Providence from Amherst, Massachusetts in the summer of 2014.

Board of Directors

Matt Moritz, Board President
MattMatt has been involved with bike advocacy in Rhode Island since moving to the state from Pittsburgh in 2007. In addition to his day job in IT, he specializes in running bike tours such as the Yankee Roundabout through his events business, Well-Rounded Events.
Mark Dieterich, Treasurer
markMark served as president of RIBike in 2008 when it formed upon the merger of the Providence Bicycle Coalition and the Greenways Alliance of Rhode Island. Mark lives in Bristol and works at Brown University.
Sarah Mitchell, Vice President
Sarah moved to Rhode Island from northern Idaho, where bicycling for transportation was impractical due to distances between things. In Rhode Island, she is passionate about helping others embrace this fantastic way of getting around! A software programmer by day, she coordinates many of RIBike’s events.
Margherita Pryor, Secretary
Margherita was also a founding member of the Providence and then Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition. She is an environmental specialist with the U.S. EPA in Boston and is keenly aware of the benefits provided by bicycles and other alternative transportation. Until she moved to Providence, she biked to work 12 miles round trip everyday.Now she bikes to the train station.
Barry Schiller, Legislative Chair
barryBarry, a retired RIC math professor, has been in love with bicycling since graduate school days at UC Davis. He has long been a staunch advocate of sustainable transportation in RI at many venues, even including the State House. He lives in North Providence.
Teresa Tanzi
Teresa is State Representative in District 34, including neighborhoods in Narragansett, Peace Dale and Wakefield. She has been an active member of many community organizations, including the South Kingstown Healthy Places by Design Task Force, and is strong advocate for bicycling facilities across the state.
Eveling Vásquez
Eveling has been living in Rhode Island for most of her life, where she now works as an interpreter for Dorcas International Institute.
Amanda Resch
Amanda is active in the mountain biking and cyclo-cross communities as well as working at Legend Bicycle on Providence’s East Side.