Our Board

BICAS’ Board of Directors is a working Board who meet quarterly as a group and attend monthly Collective meetings with staff. We are responsible for minor business functions, like filing the annual Corporation Commission report and ensuring that the 990 gets filed. We aspire to develop our diversity, so if you think you’d like to give back to your community by serving on the Board – we’d love to hear from you.

Board Member

Cynthia Duncan

Cynthia Duncan, she/her, has resided on unceded Native territory in what is now known as southern Arizona for 43 years. In 1985, she got her first accounting job at a now defunct multi-specialty physician practice. She began working in nonprofits for Tucson Medical Center in 1995 when it acquired Group Health Medical Associates. In 1998, Cynthia began her career as a nonprofit Director of Finance at the Southern Arizona Chapter of The American Red Cross Disaster Services. She has served in this role at the Arizona Aerospace Foundation, which runs the Pima Air and Space Museum and the Titan Missile Museum, and Temple Emanu-El. She is currently working at The Haven, a substance use disorder recovery center for women and people identifying as women.

Cynthia does nonprofit accounting! She’s worked with many political campaigns as treasurer and several other nonprofits in temporary roles. Nonprofit workers tend to wear a lot of hats and Cynthia has experience in IT, Volunteer Programs, Development, non-profit Governance, and HR. She served on the Bootstraps to Share dba BICAS board of directors from 2011 – 2016 and served in ex-officio 2017-2023. In August of 2023 she rejoined the Board as Treasurer. Cynthia believes that bicycles are good for children and other living things. 

Board Member

Matt Harmon

Matt Harmon (he/him) has resided on unceded Native territory in what is now known as southern Arizona and worked at the University of Arizona since 2004. He has worked in many information technology roles, most recently, modernizing the Arizona Meteorological Network’s (AZMet) data collection and distribution systems (he developed the current AZMet API for the easy retrieval of weather data at api.azmet.arizona.edu and provided data integration support for azmet.arizona.edu). He also provides assistance and consultation regarding research computing to researchers with the College of Agriculture, Life and Environmental Sciences and other colleges. Before coming to the University of Arizona, Matt worked as a production and operations software engineer for what was, at the time, the world’s largest privately held textile manufacturer.

Matt served on BICAS’ board of directors from 2015 until 2020, as an ex-officio board member and member of BICAS’ fundraising committee from 2020 to 2022, and returned to BICAS’ board in 2022. He has been on the board of the Greater Arizona Bicycling Association (GABA) since 2017 and president of GABA since 2019. He speaks Spanish and has a working knowledge of French.