BATC Members and Friends

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Members


Membership is open to interested organizations, agencies and businesses that support trails and the BATC mission. As a Member, you will be invited to help develop and implement the BATC strategic plan, serve on working groups and attend quarterly meetings. There is no cost to join.

All new Member applications are subject to review and approval by BATC leadership. More details—including the commitments and benefits of becoming a Member—are available on the application page.

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Below is a list of all current Members of BATC.


Friends of BATC


We invite all interested organizations, agencies, elected officials and individuals to show your support for the BATC vision and mission, and become a Friend of BATC. As a Friend, you will receive regular updates about the progress of the developing trail network and action alerts for advocacy opportunities in which your voice can truly help make a difference. Find out more details about Member benefits on the application page. There is no cost to join.

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Below is a list of all current Friends of BATC.

Agencies/organizations:

  • Bicycle Trails Council of the East Bay
  • City of Mountain View
  • Mission Peaks Conservancy
  • Seamless Bay Area
  • Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition
  • WTB-TAM

Elected Officials:

  • Robert Raburn, District 4 Director, BART
  • Sara Lamnin, Mayor Pro Tempore, City of Hayward
  • Treva Reid, District 7 Councilmember, City of Oakland

Individuals:

  • Adelilna Aramburo
  • Ben Domingeu, Stanford University
  • Christian Riblet
  • Cristina Bejarano, WRT
  • Dave Guarino
  • Deeksha Rawat, WRT
  • Dena Johnson
  • Dennis Link
  • Dylan Hingey
  • Jim Meyerson
  • Joan Lamphier
  • Josh Capps
  • Julie Munneke
  • Kelly Rowland
  • Laila Gulzar
  • Lucy Bernholz
  • Martha Vognar
  • Mary Echols, Sell It with Flowers
  • Penny Barthel
  • Robert Collins
  • Srinivasu Mandava
  • Susie White
  • Tim Oey, ZeroW.org
  • Tom Willging