Ginger Jui : Executive Director
Ginger Jui joined Bike East Bay staff in 2014 and stepped up as Executive Director in July 2018. Starting out as Membership Manager, Ginger initiated our Bike Ambassador program which led to significant increases in Bike East Bay membership. Ginger then held the Communications Director position for two years, leading rapid-response communications campaigns that resulted in big advocacy wins across the region. A dedicated advocate, Ginger also serves on the board of directors at Cycles of Change, a Fruitvale neighborhood, people of color-led bicycle collective, and on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Adaptive Bike Share Technical Advisory Committee.
Ginger identifies on a non-binary gender spectrum, prefers non-gendered descriptors, and uses all pronouns.
Contact Ginger at (510) 201-9356 x 1003 or by email at Ginger (at) BikeEastBay (dot) org.
Dave Campbell: Advocacy Director
Dave Campbell coordinates the advocacy and policy work of Bike East Bay in 33 cities/town/jurisdictions in the East Bay, and at the Contra Costa Transportation Authority, the Alameda County Transportation Authority and other regional transportation agencies. Dave started Bike East Bay’s bike education program in 2002 and previously coordinated Bike to Work Day in the East Bay for 7 years. From 2000-2009, Dave served as the Chair of the Bike East Bay Board of Directors, and served as Vice-Chair from 1998-2000.
Dave joined Bike East Bay back in 1996 as a volunteer while practicing patent and trademark law in San Francisco and still acts as a legal advisor to Bike East Bay. Dave rides a Fuji road bike around town and wishes he spent more time on weekends riding his bike, but tennis, his other passion, keeps him on court.
Contact Dave by emailing Dave (at) BikeEastBay (dot) org.
Robert Prinz : Education Director
After several years of volunteering with Bike East Bay, Robert had the opportunity to receive his League of American Bicyclists teaching certification and began instructing bike education classes all over the East Bay. Eventually he was able to turn this into a full time gig, coordinating and promoting each of the classes Bike East Bay offers for free to thousands of adults, youth, and families all over Alameda and Contra Costa Counties each year.
Robert believes that getting more people on bikes means making cycling not just safer, but also more comfortable, convenient, and fun. To learn more or take a class yourself visit our education page here. You can contact Robert by phone at (510) 845-7433 ext 2, or by email at Robert (at) BikeEastBay (dot) org.
Hyeran Lee : Events Manager
Hyeran joined Bike East Bay in August 2017 and serves as the Event Manager coordinating Bike East Bay’s signature events including Bike to Work Day, Pedalfest, and Biketopia. The recent transplant to the Bay had been heavily involved with bicycle advocacy in Greater LA area through her work at the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC). At LACBC, she spearheaded projects and programs like the 2015 L.A. Bike and Ped Count, Neighborhood Bike Ambassadors program, and Local Chapter programs. Hyeran earned a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from UCLA in 2014, with a specialization in active transportation planning and policy. Born and raised in Gwangju, South Korea, she has previously lived in Osaka (Japan), Luneburg (Germany), and Ahmedabad (India)
Contact Hyeran at (510) 845-7433 x 1007 or email Hyeran (at) BikeEastBay (dot) org
Rachel Jacobson : Engagement Director
Rachel leads our membership program and grows our fundraising and leadership opportunities. She also manages the Women Bike program.
Rachel studied landscape architecture at UC Davis, and *bonus* lived in a wonderfully bike-friendly town. Time spent in Asia highlighted that we have a choice in how our cities are put together, and since moving back to sweet home Bay Area, she has dedicated her energy to people-friendly cities.
Contact Rachel about membership, Women Bike, or Climate Ride at Rachel (at) BikeEastBay (dot) org or (510) 845-7433 x 1008.
Chris Corral : Outreach Coordinator
Chris manages the volunteer leg of Bike East Bay while providing support for the education program.
Before Bike East Bay, he taught Safe Routes to School programming in Alameda County and worked in bike shops and cooperatives
doing all things cargo, internal, and electric - occasionally all three. Chris is dedicated to improving the sustainability and health of our community, inspired by an upbringing in the sprawling fields and towns of Western Texas and Central California.
When not representing Bike East Bay at events and classes, he can be found riding his bike up and down mountains or learning a new skill.
Email Chris at Chris.Corral (at) BikeEastBay (dot) org or call (510) 845-7433 x 1002.
Hansa Jacob-Martin: Administrative Manager
Hansa moved to the Bay Area in 2014 from Washington, D.C. where she first took up bicycling while living in Capitol Hill to explore the District. She believes she is exceptionally fortunate to be a part of the Bike East Bay family. Growing up in India she had seen large numbers of people for whom cycling was a sole means of transportation and how bicyclists kept the streets safer, calmer. She finds it exciting to learn that way of life is a reality for many and a possibility for many more in the East Bay area.
Eager to support bike advocacy and education she brings her experience in Accounting and Human Resources from Texas and the East Coast to work part time at Bike East Bay. Hansa has an accounting degree from University of Texas – Arlington and a Masters in Organization Development from the School of Public Affairs, American University, Washington, D.C.
Email Hansa at Hansa (at) BikeEastBay (dot) org. or call (510) 845-7433 x 1004.
Susie Hufstader : Advocacy Manager
As Advocacy Manager, Susie supports and collaborates with local volunteer leaders, advocacy groups, and community partners to make bicycling safe and enjoyable in the 33 cities where Bike East Bay is active.
Susie began biking as a kid to gain some independence in small-town Connecticut. Since then, she has lived and bicycled in Maine, Germany, Chicago and finally, here in the Bay Area. Susie has led bike tours for youth and most recently coordinated a bike education program in San Mateo County before joining the team at Bike East Bay in 2016.
If she’s not on her bright yellow bike, you can probably find Susie hanging out with her dog or running around Alameda and Oakland in training for an upcoming marathon.
Email Susie at Susie (at) BikeEastBay (dot) org or call (510) 845-7433 x 1009.
Eileen Rice: Communications Manager
As Communications Manager, Eileen oversees and produces Bike East Bay media for the public, including our member magazine, regular e-newsletter, social media channels and more. She also helps coordinate the Bike East Bay Women Bike program
Prior to joining Bike East Bay in 2018, Eileen worked leading communications and fundraising events for a San Francisco-based non-profit. She enjoys riding slowly and frequently getting lost on her bike.
Email Eileen at Eileen (at) BikeEastBay (dot) org or call (510) 845-7433 x 1006.
Dan Hernandez : Education Program Lead Instructor
Dan began bike commuting while attending schools in eastern and central US, which culminated in a Masters in Ecology. After working ten years domestically and internationally in conservation, he began teaching recreation.
Now ten years into his second career Dan is convinced of the power of recreation to change lives, communities, and ecosystems. With certifications in sea kayaking and rock climbing, his favorite ‘work’ still involves cycling. He’s been a cycling instructor since 2008 and loves working in the Bike East Bay education program. Dan now coaches and manages Bike East Bay’s large group of bike education instructors.
Email Dan at Dan (at) BikeEastBay (dot) org.
Victor Evans : Valet Bike Parking Coordinator
I was born and raised in the East Bay. I have been a DJ and electronic musician for 15 years, playing all along the west coast and various states. I helped run an art collective in downtown Oakland called the MOCO gallery, which for several years hosted local artists and bands. I got into cycling through the need for transportation about 10 years ago, and suddenly I was immersed into a lifestyle that changed my life.
Email Victor about bike valet at Victor (at) BikeEastBay (dot) org.