Written by Admin OORC
The Ozark Off-Road Cyclists, an area 501(c)3 nonprofit building & maintaining multi-use soft surface trails in the Arkansas Ozarks since 1997, has announced the selection of Brannon Pack as its new Executive Director.
The OORC recognized that, with the Regional growth in multi-use trail systems and mountain biking as a recreational opportunity, strictly operating the organization with volunteers was no longer sustainable for long-term growth and community support. Creating the Executive Director position will allow the organization continued success in providing opportunities for mountain bikers and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages to live healthy active lifestyles. “We are excited to announce the position,” remarked Chuck Maxwell, OORC President. “It is the culmination of the OORC’s last 20 years of trail building advocacy and 2 years of planning and securing funding.”
Brannon has served on the board of the Ozark Off-Road Cyclists since 2014 and brings with him 2 decades of business management experience. His responsibilities will include growing the organizational capacity of the OORC, achieving strategic and programmatic goals by cultivating volunteer leadership, increasing financial capacity with fundraising and membership growth, coordinating regional advocacy and public affairs activities, directing marketing and public communication, and developing and cultivating public land management agency partnerships.
The Ozark Off-Road Cyclists mission is to Advocate for, Build, Maintain and Preserve sustainable multi-use soft surface trails in the Arkansas Ozarks.