2015 Pan Am Boulevard, Milton, ON L9T 8Y9
Paul has spent 25 years in the energy industry, working on downstream and upstream projects for McKinsey and Company consulting both in North America and Asia, working as President of a large retail energy company, and as Owner and CEO of a retail energy and green energy company.
Within the cycling world, Paul has been a founder of multiple projects. Paul was one of the original founders of a local Mississauga club (Team RACE), founded the Planet Energy Race Team and continued to be involved as it evolved over the years into the dominant SpiderTech Continental Pro Team, helped found the Tour For Kids Alberta charity ride which has raised well over $3 million towards kids cancer research, and was one of the original founders group that contributed towards the capital cost of the Mattamy National Cycling Centre. He also continues to sponsor a number of women’s local club teams.
Paul has been the Chair of the NCIM Board since 2015.
David has been an enthusiastic cyclist since attending the Tour de France with Steve Bauer Bike Tours in 2003.
David holds a Masters of Accounting (1996) and an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Chartered Accountancy Studies from the University of Waterloo. After leaving Ernst & Young in 2000 he has held senior and executive operations roles at various organizations including Enron Canada Corp., Energy Savings Income Fund (now Just Energy), Planet Energy Corp., and LivClean Corp., co-founding the latter two. Since 2013 David has done various consulting work in both the energy and sustainable development industries and co-founded the PowerWatts cycling studio in Oakville. He is currently on the board of Link Energy Supply Inc.
David is a co-founder of and an active volunteer with NCIM. He also volunteers managing/coaching minor hockey in Lorne Park Clarkson and as treasurer of the 1st Clarkson Scout Group. Other volunteer work has included coaching minor soccer, ball hockey, and 3-on-3 ice hockey.
Howard Chang has a long history in the sport of cycling. His connection to the Mattamy National Cycling Centre is as both a major donor and the former Chair of the $54 million velodrome capital campaign. Howard has coached members of Canada’s men’s and women’s national cycling team and is a founding member of the Les Domestiques cycling club. Howard has deep ties to the industry as a former bike retailer and custom frame builder. Currently Howard is the CEO of www.theturnlab.com a consultancy led marketing technology company with clients in Canada and the US. He gets out and rides dirt, pavement or 46 degree banked Siberian spruce whenever he can.
A passionate life-long cyclist, John started racing on the road as a cadet in 1974 and on the Montreal velodrome as a junior in 1976. He has called Oakville home since 1992 where he and his wife, Joanna, raised two sons who were very active in high performance xc skiing. He is a past board member of Hardwood Hills Nordic Development Centre (HHNDC – aka Team Hardwood), Southern Ontario Training Centre (SOTC) and National Team Development Centre (NTDC) Thunder Bay. He was also on XC Ontario’s High Performance Committee. He is the co-owner and President of Monette May & Associates, a firm of independent insurance adjusters which was founded in 1998.
Nancy worked in the oil industry for over 20 years and for the last 10 years has been a commercial real estate consultant working for both large private sector companies as well as the public sector. Nancy also owns Dig Deep, a cycling studio in North Toronto.
Nancy fell in love with cycling in her youth as a way to train for alpine skiing in the off-season. In 2012 she came back to cycling to do the Ride to Conquer Cancer and started doing triathlon in 2013. She has since completed several 70.3 & 140.6 Ironman races over the last 5 years. Nancy has been very involved in para-cycling as a pilot & will guide visually impaired athlete John in his 1st Ironman in Penticton in 2021.
Nancy is also an avid road & track cyclists and races with Highgate Racing. Nancy races road and track as a pilot for visually impaired athletes as well.
A certified NCCP coach, Nancy is focused on working with new athletes and those returning to sport after a long hiatus. She has a special interest in encouraging women to join her in the sport of cycling & triathlon.
Matt started racing mountain bikes in 1995 as a cadet and travelled the provincial and national circuit for many years. Upon completing his studies at Wilfrid Laurier University and George Brown College in Sports Marketing, Matt ventured into the world of sporting goods. Matt has worked for over 12 years in the footwear industry, with brands like Saucony, New Balance and most recently Keen Footwear, where he is currently the Director of Marketing. Matt lives in Milton with his wife and two girls and enjoys riding off-road, on-road, and on the track as much as possible.
Liam’s career in Management Consulting and Technology has evolved into the pursuit of his passions for cycling and alpine skiing. Liam has competed in road and MTB XC races in South Africa and Canada, qualifying twice for the UCI Gran Fondo World Championships in 2015 and 2019. Liam is also a Level 2 Ski Instructor at Whistler Blackcomb.
Cycling became an obsession in 2001 after a winter commuting challenge. From there, cycling quickly became a way to give back, seeking out all manner of charity rides, notably Tour For Kids in Ontario, and Joburg to Cape Town Rides for Cancer during his years living in South Africa. While in South Africa, Liam volunteered with both the Qhubeka and Change a Life Foundations. Liam is also is an avid amateur photographer. His work has been in numerous cycling publications and has covered UCI Tour events in Europe and Africa.
Liam and his wife, Tina, reside in Oakville and Whistler.