BLAC would like to spotlight Edward Ewing '83 of The Breck School of Golden Valley, Minnesota
Edward Ewing graduated from the Breck School of Golden Valley, Minnesota in 1983.
He was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and developed a love for cycling through family bike trips and riding to work with his Dad. Ed started bike racing in ’83 and actively races today. After graduating from the College of St. Thomas in ’88, he moved to Seattle to start a twenty year career in Sales & Marketing.
Ed joined Bike Works with 31 years of marketing, sales, project development, strategic planning, and nonprofit leadership experience. He has a passion for racial equity, diversity, and inclusion, and has developed and implemented successful equity-focused programs initiatives that present community-minded solutions. In 2007, Ed co-founded and directed the Major Taylor Project, a year-round youth development cycling initiative focused on creating access and opportunities for Black and Brown youth in diverse and underserved communities. He believes in meeting challenges with an innovative and authentic visionary approach to inspire team members and community partners. He believes in strong community partnerships, building and promoting positive, authentic relationships, and leading with a collective voice.
Why Ed work at Bike Works?
Ed is excited by the possibilities at Bike Works and in its community. It is an honor and extreme pleasure to be working in an organization so deeply committed to Racial Equity. The passion and commitment of the Bike Works Staff, Board, volunteers, and supporters, positively transforms the lives of youth. This aligns with his personal and professional beliefs, Ed feels blessed to be working with such an amazing organization.