Most of us need someone to help us keep our tech gears running now and again. Here at the SF Bicycle Coalition, that someone is Kevin Diep, who recently moved up from Los Angeles and joined our team as Technology Coordinator.
It’s been terrific welcoming Kevin and getting to know him. We recently sat down with Kevin to learn more about what brings him to the SF Bicycle Coalition, and the path he’s taken to promoting the bicycle for everyday transportation.
SF Bicycle Coalition: Where are you from, and what brought you to San Francisco?
Kevin: I was born and raised in Los Angeles, and moved here to help advance the mission of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and be with my partner. (Hi, Camille!)
What have you found to be the best part of living in San Francisco?
The best part about living in San Francisco is being able to easily and quickly get where I need to go by bike, foot and public transit.
Tell us a little about what you do as Technology Coordinator for the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.
I manage the organization’s database, web applications and technology operations, and provide technology training and support to our staff, interns and volunteers.
What inspired you to work with Bicycle Advocacy?
I am passionate about social justice and strongly believe that our work at SF Bicycle Coalition plays a central role in making the city a more equitable place for all.
Describe your ideal day off.
I’m new to San Francisco so my ideal day off would be spent exploring all that the city has to offer. As an avid climber, I also can’t wait to spend time at some of the crags in the Bay Area.
Anything else you’d like our members to know?
I can’t wait to ride with y’all!