Cycling in Cambridge gains a new advocate as Camcycle welcomes its third employee

Camcycle, the Cambridge Cycling Campaign, is delighted to announce the appointment of Rosamund Humphrey as our new Administrative Officer. Humphrey joins our Executive Director, Roxanne De Beaux, and our Communications and Community Officer, Anna Williams, as the cycling charity’s third employee and will be responsible for supporting the organisation in all of its operational areas.

De Beaux says: “We’re delighted to welcome Rosamund to the Camcycle team. Camcycle has grown significantly over the past few years with more members, volunteers and greater impact in the community. Demand for our advice and representation is continuing to increase and Rosamund will be vital to keeping things moving in the Camcycle office making sure we are organised and responsive and supporting our volunteers in their campaigning work.”

Humphrey joins Camcycle with a range of communication, organisational and administrative skills gained through a decade of teaching and working as Head of Department. She has several years’ experience working on volunteer projects with charities including writing and editing for Camcycle’s quarterly magazine, the organisation’s main campaigning tool.

She says: ‘As a keen everyday cyclist and mother of small children, I love Cambridge’s cycling culture, but am aware that there is considerable work to be done to improve cycling facilities for all ages and abilities. The Camcycle team of volunteers, trustees and employees has an impressive record of local achievements and I’m looking forward to contributing to their success.’

Rosie (centre, in green) with her beloved cargo bike and friends at Milton Country Park