BERKELEY, Calif.–The Northern California High School Cycling League is looking for a new executive director to replace the founder and outgoing executive director, Matt Fritzinger, who is moving on to build the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA).
Having founded and built the NorCal League, Fritzinger is now finding all his time taken up by work at the national level. “I’ve been trying to manage the two, but we knew this wouldn’t work, and it isn’t working. The interest for building League’s is ramping up faster than expected. Just in the last few days we’ve been having conversations with folks in Oregon, Wisconsin and Georgia and they don’t want to wait.”
The NorCal League is in transition from being the guiding light of other leagues to becoming a chapter league of NICA.
The executive director’s job has a broad scope that includes fund and sponsor development, risk management leadership, program planning and implementation, human resources management, operations planning and management, financial management, community relations and advocacy, and also board relations.
Candidates with experience in non-profit leadership, success in fundraising, and a passion for mountain biking are being sought. A job description can be downloaded from the homepage at www.norcalmtb.org and applications with a cover letter and resume should go to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
About the NorCal High School Cycling League
The NorCal High School Cycling League, founded in 2000, is a non-profit organization open to students from both public and private schools. The League exists by virtue of a range of fundraising activities as well as generous donors and sponsors including the founding sponsor of the SoCal League, Easton Foundations; the founding national sponsor, Specialized Bicycle Components, Clif Bar, Inc., Shimano, Fox Racing Shox, Gary Fisher Bikes, Ritchey Bicycle Components, Creation Engine, Mike’s Bikes, Paradigm Cycles, The Pedaler, HappyGoFun, Mountain Hardwear, WTB, and Touchstone Climbing Gyms. The League provides coaching and camaraderie to help students achieve both competitive and non-competitive cross-country mountain biking goals in a safe and enjoyable manner. Each season includes a fall Leader’s Summit for coaches, winter riding camps, the five-race series, and a variety of summer camps. For more information on the League visit www.norcalmtb.org or call (510) 524-5464.
source: Matt Fritzinger