Tom Lamb

Tom comes to serve as Executive Director at Ohio Cancer Research Associates first as a volunteer for the organization in 1983 before joining them in 1995 as Communications Director.

 Prior to joining the nonprofit organization, he worked The Columbus Guardian and Columbus Alive newspapers in management and sales. While at The Ohio Company a brokerage and management investment firm he assisted in developing, training and implementation of new brokerage information system ( BIS ) developed by Unysis. He also worked at the American Heart Association as a Field Representative in seven counties in Central Ohio. He is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

 Tom is an active member of the community and most recently served as Patient Advocate for Clinical Trials, on the Cancer Institutional Review Board ( CIRB ) Office of Responsible Research Practices at the Wexner Medical Center, Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard Solove Research Institute. He has also served area organizations such as the Columbus AIDS Task Force, the  Clintonville Tour of Homes, the Columbus Historic Commission, and also the Friends of Old Beechwold Ravines removing non-native invasive species of plant life and restoring these areas to their natural habitat.   

 Mr. Lamb attended Ohio State University majoring in Communications. Tom is the 4th child in a family of eight children and was born and raised in Lakewood, Ohio.


Hyeran Lee

Hyeran is the  Policy & Outreach Coordinator at LACBC. Prior to joining the LACBC staff, she had been an LACBC Policy & Planning intern and also served as the Advocacy Chair for the Bike Coalition at UCLA, a local chapter of LACBC. 

Hyeran earned a Master's degree in Urban and Regional Planning from UCLA in 2014, with a specialization in active transportation planning and policy. Influenced by her parents, she has traveled and worked in many countries including India, China, Netherlands, France, and Germany. In the Summer of 2013, she worked at Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology at the University in Ahmedabad, India, where she proposed multi-modal paths along currently abandoned creeks in the city of Surat. 

Hyeran was born in Gwangju, South Korea, and has previously lived in Osaka, Japan, where her love affair with two wheels began. She acquired Bachelors in Environmental Engineering in Osaka University, Japan. She has never driven a car and has no plan to do so. 


 Bill Brandt

Bill has been interested in both helping people and the joy of
bicycling since he was a tiny boy.  Fascinated by all things
two-wheeled, Bill has spent much of his life’s free time engaged with the mechanics, mechanical adv]ancements and trends in all things bicycle and motorcycle.

He achieved a lifetime dream in becoming a firefighter and paramedic, and recently retired from the fire service after a 20-year career.During his time in the fire service, he was involved in many volunteer outreach projects such as Toys for Tots, children’s Hospital Charities, and public school educational outreach.  Bill was awarded Firefighter of the Year for his efforts delivering Public Health Education for retirement communities, in his fire response district.  In his downtime at the fire station, he would rebuild discarded bicycles and give to outreach programs for kids in need.

Bill continues to work in the field of paramedicine, and has written testing materials for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics.  He also works in advertising, marketing, and product development for outdoor equipment and outdoor apparel.