Mary McGowan is a Speech-Language Pathologist at Greenville County Schools. She is a full-time bike commuter and enjoys bike travel during her time off. She has served as board chair of Bike Walk Greenville since January of 2020 and is passionate about making Greenville a more accessible and multi-modal place to live.
John McBurney has been riding bikes for over 50 years and is a daily bike commuter. As a physician he is passionate about the importance of active transportation in community health. He and his wife, Jill are long time residents of the Upstate.
Kayleigh Cleek is the Transit Planning Manager for Greenlink, the City of Greenville’s Public Transportation Department. Kayleigh serves as the staff grant writer and she oversees all bus stop infrastructure and route planning. Prior to joining Greenlink, Kayleigh worked at the Middle Georgia Regional Commission as a Senior Government Services Specialist, providing planning and grant writing services to 31 counties and cities
Carl Anderson is a retired surgeon and Greenville resident since 1988. He has been an avid cyclist since 1971; including bike commuting, touring, and recently bike packing. He is involved with several bicycle related organizations dedicated to increasing cycling access and safety to all in Greenville.
Mia helps nonprofit organizations with strategic planning and governance, particularly those addressing climate change. She serves on the board of a family foundation and co-founded a free bike rental program in college. Newly relocated to Travelers Rest, she can often be found on the Swamp Rabbit Trail with her husband and four young children piled onto their cargo bike. Mia is passionate about making our roads safe for its most vulnerable users.
Bo graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1992. He has practiced with Horton Law Firm since 2003, and is particularly proud of the personal injury and wrongful death recoveries he has made on behalf of Upstate bicyclists and their families.
Kat de la Cruz
Kat is a master bicycle technician and creative engineer, which shows in her love of bikes, Star Wars, and creating art out of trash and recycled goods. She has volunteered with Village Wrench since 2014 and joined the staff in May 2020. A graduate of Anderson University and Barnett Bicycle Institute, she is loves teaching and engaging with the youth apprentices. She is passionate about keeping every bike rolling, engaging with a healthy community, and all things 2-wheeled. She is passionate about ensuring accessibility to every one or her neighbors.
Stan Healy loves cycling. He has served on several local boards advocating for access to healthy living and adaptive sporting events.
Stan has lived in Greenville since 1999 and loves his community.
Wayne Hollinger is a retired Pulmonary, Critical Care, Hospice and Palliative Care physician, resident of Greenville for over forty years, and a lifelong cyclist. He is a husband, father of 2 and grandfather of 5. He has served in many settings beyond health care. He has been an advocate for many organizations to improve the livability of Greenville such Greenville Spinners, Meals on Wheels, United Ministries and Upstate Forever.
Ty Houck has been working in the parks and recreation field for over 30 years, including 12 years with the South Carolina State Park Service. Since 2007 Ty has overseen the development and multi-jurisdictional expansion of the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail network. This network is now over 22 miles long, connecting multiple communities, used by over half a million people annually, and providing economic resiliency across Greenville County.
Jessica Moss has served on the Bike Walk Greenville Board since 2019 and has been a longtime advocate for safe routes to schools for cyclists and pedestrians. She regularly volunteers and organizes programs to support youth and get them engaged outdoors through gardening, cycling and community service. You may see Jessica cycling to/from school daily in the West End or out on adventures on the trail with her two children, Finn and Sylvia, and her husband, Bryan.
Executive Director, Treasurer
Frank Mansbach has volunteered as the Executive Director since the founding of Bike Walk Greenville in 2013. He is a retired Professional Engineer and Project Manager who loves living with his wife Sara 1/10 of a mile from the Swamp Rabbit Trail in downtown Greenville.
Pamela Wood Browne
Webmaster and Former Board Member
Pamela has served as our webmaster since the founding of Bike Walk Greenville in 2013.