Organization hires three Directors and promotes long-time employees; promotes Kent McNeill to CEO and Tiffanie Beal to Finance Director
Over the last year International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) has been steadily building out its leadership team; promoting long-time employees to leadership roles while also adding three new directors with unique skill sets in their respective specialty areas. IMBA’s nine leaders live in seven states across the country.
“IMBA has spent the last year building capacity and sharpening our focus to significantly impact the quantity, quality, and close-to-home access of mountain bike trails. IMBA is uniquely positioned to help with this growing demand, and the talent we have added to our team to support this work is phenomenal,” said Dave Wiens, IMBA Executive Director. “Each team member brings unique skills and experience to the organization, and is completely committed to advancing fresh ideas to bring our mission to life.”
Over the last nine years, Tiffanie Beal has taken her passion for protecting trails through several key roles to serve IMBA and its membership. Beal started with IMBA’s Chapter & Member Services then transitioned to the role of Finance Manager, before being promoted to Director of Finance in 2019. “Having worked tirelessly to serve IMBA from a financial standpoint over the last six years, it was without question Tiffanie was the best person to fill the new role of Director of Finance for the organization.” said Wiens. Beal is based in Boulder, Colorado.
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