I would like to introduce myself to you as the new Rubicon Trail Foundation President.
We are beginning another great year and with that comes many new opportunities. I am very excited to be leading such an important Foundation, one that I have been a Director/Officer since 2010. I look forward to collaborating with each of you, the users and the stakeholders to work towards our mission statement and educate all users.
I was appointed on January 20, 2021 so I am just getting settled, but look forward to hearing from each of you on how to best serve you and our beloved Rubicon Trail.
I have two main goals as of right now for the Foundation: to enhance the future health of the Rubicon through education and to be trusted stewards of the Rubicon Trail.
As I take on this new role, I would like to thank David Thomas for his contributions and work on behalf of the Rubicon Trail Foundation. Also, to welcome Laura Blake as our new Secretary.
Due to the COVID pandemic we have been unable to secure a site to have our Black Tie & Boots event at this time. Trust me, I am devastated. We are working on planning some great fundraising opportunities, so please stay tuned.
I look forward to many great opportunities of growing our Foundation and to spread awareness of the importance of our Foundation to all users. I am grateful for all of your donations and support. I invite you to reach out and share your ideas, thoughts, and feedback. Hopefully, I will see you soon at an upcoming meeting/event or on the trail.
Officers of the Rubicon Trail Foundation
Chris Cowan, President
Ken Hower, Vice President
Jonathan Carlos, Treasurer
Laura Blake, Secretary
Directors of the Rubicon Trail Foundation
President, Rubicon Trail Foundation
Mission: To enhance the future health and use of the Rubicon Trail, while ensuring responsible, motorized, year-round trail access.
Vision: Our vision is to be the trusted stewards of the Rubicon Trail, ensuring sustainability for the experience of the users.