Frisco, Colorado., October 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Project Bike Tech, the first high school bike education program of its kind, Jean-Pierre Salgado to the board of directors. As Director of Global Environment, Health and Safety at Oracle Corporation, Mr. Salgado brings a wealth of real-world business and problem-solving experience to his new role.
“I am delighted to be joining the Board of Directors of Project Bike Tech,” said Salgado. “I admire his PBT mission and what they have achieved. I plan to apply my passion and experience to PBT” farther. “
was born in Haiti of French and Portuguese parents, Jean-Pierre Salgado moved with his family San Francisco Bay Area when he was in first grade. He attended the University of California, Berkeley, where he first met his wife of 30 years.while studying at Berkeley, he spent four years as an instructor in physical sciences and astronomy at Lawrence Hall of Science, where he enjoyed teaching and developing STEM-based coursework, an experience that would help him in his new role at Project Bike Tech. , he continued his education and earned various qualifications, including attending law school and earning a master’s degree in science. For the past 15 years (and now), he has served as Director of Global Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) for his Oracle Corporation, and he and his team are responsible for his EHS policy, EHS governance, and his EHS program.
Executive director of Project Bike Tech said, “We are very lucky to have JP on board.” mercedes ross“Between his business acumen, passion for teaching and great personality, he brings a lot to our endeavour.”
As a member of the Project Bike Team’s Board of Directors, Mr. Salgado’s responsibilities include developing and implementing strategies to increase awareness, fundraising, and grow Project Bike Tech’s footprint. North America.
About Project Bike Tech
Founded in 2007 Santa Cruz, California, Project Bike Tech developed Bike Tech in School, a UC-accredited college and career preparation class. It uses bicycle mechanics as a conduit to teach Common CORE and STEM elements to high school students. Bike Tech in School is a college and career class that teaches students the skills necessary to work as a professional bike mechanic and provides a stepping stone to numerous careers in the cycling industry. The PBT curriculum also incorporates employment preparation activities such as resume writing, interview tactics, portfolio building, and workplace safety. Project Bike Tech is an active program that has reached over 4,500 high school students. Arizona, California, colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, new hampshire, new mexico, Oklahoma, pennsylvania, Utah, Vermont When west virginia
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