Jaime May

Jamie joined VBP’s board in 2021. His professional background is in green energy, electric vehicles, and software business development, and he’s been an avid cyclist and outdoor recreator for 25+ years. Jaime helped to organize the inaugural Park City VBP bike drive in the summer of 2021 and hopes this will become a Park City tradition. Jaime looks forward to one day visiting and volunteering in Sierra Leone and Ghana. He currently lives in Park City, UT with his wife and three sons.

Gavin LaFave

Gavin LaFave

Gavin LaFave joined the VBP board in 2020. Gavin has worked in the bicycle industry for the past decade, primarily working in bicycle retail in Wisconsin, Nebraska, and Utah. Previously, Gavin has served on the board of directors for a summer youth camp non-profit. His hobbies include cyclocross, gravel cycling, and playing the ukulele. He currently resides in Madison, WI.

Brittany RIchardson

Brittany Richardson

Brittany’s background is steeped in planning, designing, and leading bespoke domestic and international travel, with special focus on trips built around themes of adventure, philanthropy, advocacy and education. She had the opportunity to first volunteer with Village Bicycle in 2009 when they were just starting their work in Sierra Leone. Brittany helped launch the girls Learn to Ride program at schools throughout various communities in Sierra Leone and also helped start the girls’ bicycle lending library at select schools. When not working, Brittany enjoys exploring Colorado while riding her bicycle, practicing yoga, and being outside in nature as much as possible.

Grant LeFave

Grant Boothman

Grant Boothman joined the VBP board in 2019 after spending four months living and volunteering with the Sierra Leone Village Bicycle Project team. During his stay, Grant visited many of VBP’s programs in Sierra Leone to speak with beneficiaries about their bikes and the benefits they provide. He recently graduated with a Commerce degree from the University of Victoria. Grant has been working and playing with bikes his entire life and continues to do so from his home on Vancouver Island.

Charlotte Fagan, President

Charlotte Fagan joined the board of Village Bicycle Project in 2017. She first joined VBP as a volunteer in Sierra Leone in 2013, and then worked at partner organization Bikes Not Bombs from 2013-2017 as the International Programs Director. While volunteering in Sierra Leone, Charlotte helped start VBP’s bike library program working with local schools to lend bicycles to students commuting far distances. 

Charlotte is currently a graduate student at UCLA where she studies International Development and Urban Planning. 

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