Staff

Phone and Address

IMBA Canada Office Phones:

Toll-free: 1-855-255-4095

IMBA Canada Office Mailing Address:

IMBA Canada
PO Box 23034
Kitchener, ON N2B 3V1

Staff Directory

AJ Strawson, Field Programs and Consulting Services Manager
aj.strawson[at]imbacanada.com | 1-855-255-4095 ext. 107

Deanne Cote, Programs, Membership Administrator
deanne.cote[at]imbacanada.com | 1-855-255-4095 ext. 103

Eric Leonard, Quebec Volunteer Regional Coordinator
eric.leonard[at]imbacanada.com | 1-855-255-4095 ext. 109

Justin Truelove, Trail Care Crew Leader
justin.truelove[at]imbacanada.com | 1-855-255-4095 ext. 108

Executive Director
info[at]imbacanada.com| 1-855-255-4095 ext. 101

 

Staff Bios

AJ Strawson, Field Programs and Consulting Services

AJ is excited to use his past experience as Trail Care Crew and GIS experience to help IMBA Canada clubs and volunteers create great trail experiences all across Canada. AJ has a background in environmental studies, GIS mapping, and a certificate in Sustainable Trails from Fleming College. + Follow AJ's Blog

 

Justin Truelove, Trail Care Crew Leader and Trails Specialist

Justin is the newest member of the IMBA Canada family and he is excited to come aboard as the Trail Care Crew Leader for the 2015 season. He has been involved in the planning and running of mountain bike races, the development and instruction of new and experienced riders as well as enjoying the occasional race from time to time. A graduate of Capilano University’s Mountain Bike Operations Program, Justin has had some great experience in the field as a mountain bike guide in the Yukon backcountry, as well as a brief stint as a professional trail and bike park builder. Justin is excited to bring his experience and expertise to the IMBA Canada family and pass that knowledge along to the local clubs and national parks that he visits with the Trail Care Crew program across Canada. Justin is based out of London, ON. + Follow Justin's Blog

Deanne Cote, Programs, Membership Administrator

Deanne has been involved in all aspects of mountain biking since her introduction to the sport in the late 90's. She's been involved with the development and instruction of kids and women's programs, putting on mountain bike races and festivals, officiating and racing. The first woman to graduate from Capilano University's Mountain Bike Operations program, Deanne has a true passion for developing trails. As part of Canada's first ever Trail Care Crew, Deanne traveled across Canada sharing her knowledge of trail and now resides in North Vancouver, BC. + Follow Deanne's Blog

 

Eric Leonard, Quebec Volunteer Regional Coordinator

When the ADSVMQ (Quebec’s trail advocacy organization) was formed, Eric quickly got involved. He later co-authored the "Guide d'Aménagement des Sentiers de Vélo de Montagne," a book based on IMBA’s Trail Solutions and Managing Mountain Biking. As an active transportation planner, Eric works to help grow cycling and walking opportunities in many municipalities around the province. His vision of cycling doesn't focus to simply one type of user: Eric says he sees the opportunity for cycling to grow as a whole whenever two wheels and human power are involved! When he's not riding bikes, Eric can be found in mountains where the snow is deep. + Follow Eric's Blog

 

 

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