Diane Albert, now a practicing attorney in Albuquerque and President of the Bicycle Coalition of New Mexico, is on the ballot for the upcoming League of American Bicyclists Board elections. I strongly urge you to vote for her if you are a League member (consider joining if you are not). Diane started Los Alamos Bikes and was a strong advocate for decent cycling when she was a LANL scientist here and a County Councillor; her work as a Councillor was key to the passage of the 2005 Bicycle Transportation System for Los Alamos County, which was the legislative basis for our new bike lanes on Diamond Drive. Her work at BCNM has resulted in pressure being put on the NM DoT from the Governor to cease lip-paving of shoulders, and she has worked successfully on establishing a statewide Bike Ed program.
By the way, I'm attempting a write-in to be on the ballot since my application to run was rejected by the League. This in no way takes away from Diane's candidacy or my enthusiastic endorsement of her. That information can be found here.