Kecia McCullough, Secretary
Kecia L. McCullough, a lifelong Rochesterian, is passionate about bringing people together. In 2016, Kecia launched the Rochester chapter of Black Girls Do Bike, the international initiative, to create a friendly, non-intimidating, relaxed cycling space for women of all shades to be embraced and welcomed into the fabric of cycling. Kecia is committed to encouraging and promoting community collaborative cycling, and frequently leads local bike rides while joining with and supporting other bicycling activities in Rochester and across the region. Kecia has served as a board member for the Rochester Bicycle Club, is a member of Rochester Cycling Alliance, and sits on the steering committee of the Health Impact Assessment Initiative. Kecia is the mother to three adult children, and grandmother to one amazingly awesome granddaughter. She holds a Licensed Masters of Social Work (LMSW), Credentialed by the State of New York as a Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC), an international traveler, lover of ice cream, red wine and all things purple.