Marc grew up in a family of avid hikers. In the summer, he extensively explored Acadia National Park in Maine. He attended Colorado College where he took advantage of the Rocky Mountains and climbed ten 14,000-foot peaks. While at CC, he unexpectedly fell in love with cycling. He found that his Panasonic 10-speed (before it was stolen), that was purchased just to commute to class, allowed him to go on long rides to explore the areas around Colorado Springs including the Garden of the Gods and the prairies east of town.
Marc has lived in Shelburne since 2004. He joined the Shelburne Bike and Pedestrian Paths Committee to give back to the community and promote safer non-motorized transportation in the area. He feels that we are blessed with an ideal and beautiful place to ride and walk and wants to make sure Shelburne residents have the infrastructure and education needed to safely take advantage of it.
When not riding a bike, skiing or hiking, Marc designs educational software. Marc and his wife Becky enjoy living in Shelburne with their three sons Noah, Nathan and Josh.
Marc Gamble, Chair
Steven Antinozzi, Co-Chair
Steven Antinozzi, Co-Chair
Joplin has lived in Shelburne for 25 years, and is a primary classroom teacher at Shelburne Community School. He loves to get students outside, appreciating the natural environment, whether it is trees or tracks, birds or gardening. His students have an "outside classroom" where they observe the incremental changes of the seasons, and he takes them to the community gardens each fall for a sweet potato harvest. For years, Joplin has led "Walking Wednesdays" from his neighborhood on the two mile walk to school. He has either walked or biked to school every day for the past ten years. He enjoys hiking in the Green Mountains and the Adirondacks, and is a trail steward for a section of the Long Trail.
Wendy is a “flatlander” having moved here to attend the University of Vermont for a graduate degree in Higher Education. After graduate school she worked at Saint Michael’s College in the Career Planning Office and later at Trinity College in Admissions and Development. Her background also includes the tourism industry having worked on cruise ships and later in sales at the Hampton Inn and in publishing Working at Kids Vermont newspaper.
Wendy joined the Pedestrian Paths and Bicycling Committee to help create greater access to our beautiful town and raise awareness around safety for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists. Wendy enjoys bicycling, hiking, boating and travel and has lived in Shelburne with her husband, Tom Clavelle, since 1989. They have two grown children, Tyler and Kasey Clavelle who went to Shelburne Community School and Champlain Valley Union High School and now live out of state. She hopes they move back!
Kevin has been a lifelong cycling enthusiast since the moment, as a young boy, when he first experienced the freedom and exhilaration associated with self powered exploration. This flame of enthusiasm was fanned when after numerous mountain biking trips to southern Vermont from Long Island where Kevin grew up he and his wife decided to make Shelburne their home. Having lived in the state for 14 years Kevin has explored most of the bike trail networks that have exploded in the area and hopes to bring similar organization and expansion to the already extensive network in our town.
Presently raising 3 children ranging in age from the community school into Champlain Valley Union High School Kevin has encouraged his children to also explore the wondrous outdoors to which we have so much access. He can frequently be seen escorting his children down Irish Hill and over the LaPlatte River bridge on their way to school by bike.
Kevin has worked in a volunteer capacity with other local and statewide trail advocacy groups. A member of the Fellowship of the Wheel, WaterburyTrail Alliance and Vermont Mtn Bike Association Kevin has been involved in fundraising, trail building and maintenance continuously throughout the past decade.
Kevin is excited to bring his passion to a committee whose goals are to create safe, fun, managed paths throughout this great town we call home. When not exploring or dreaming about the next ride Kevin spends time working for a local tech company leading a team tasked with driving revenue growth within a niche market.
Susan has lived in Shelburne since 2002. She is a physician at the UVM Medical Center, the Medical Director of the University of Vermont Sleep Center and an Assistant Professor at UVM. She is an avid biker and an occasional runner. I have 3 children, 2 at CVU and 1 at SCS. I joined the Path Committee in July 2015.
She believes that the promotion of bike and running paths supports a healthy lifestyle and encourages a sense of community. Paths enable people to enjoy our beautiful town and surroundings, including Shelburne Farms and
Shelburne Museum and minimize our carbon footprint. She also feels that a good path network in our community increases property value and helps promote local business. Paths also ensure the safety of our children, since children often ride or walk to school and to their friend's houses.
Susan knows the importance of biking safety firsthand. Several years ago, her son was hit by a car while biking in Shelburne and sustained severe injuries. She wants to do everything necessary to prevent this from happening to another child in the future.
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Gregory Levine, Student Member
Gregory is a senior at Champlain Valley Union High School in Hinesburg, Vermont. He was born in Shelburne. He joined the Shelburne Bicycle and Pedestrian Paths Committee because, as a Shelburne resident who walks and drives every day, he is interested in keeping the town's infrastructure up to its residents' standards. This includes making sure paths are safe, accessible, and efficient. His interests outside of the committee include sports such as recreational lacrosse, tennis, and skiing, as well as academic subjects such as business administration and computer science.