Nick Quint (Transportation Network Manager)

Nick Quint

At some point during the day, every student/employee/visitor to who visits campus is a pedestrian. This is one of the many factors that drives Nick as he oversees the Alternative Transportation Department and helps guide Virginia Tech to a more sustainable transportation future. Previously he worked as a transportation planner for the Fredericksburg, VA region where he served as the bicycle and pedestrian coordinator. He one day hopes to take his unicycle to work, if he can just figure out how to ride it.


Chitti Raju (Alternative Transportation Specialist)

Chitti Raju

Chitti graduated from Virginia Tech in 2016 and decided to hang around and help other people learn about the benefits of alternative transportation. He is a mediocre mechanic but tries his hardest to make sure the Virginia Tech community has bicycles in working condition.


Cat Woodson (Alternative Transportation Assistant)

Cat Woodson

Cat is a transplant from Pittsburgh, PA. Her passion for bikes grew from riding and racing to repairing and maintaining to teaching others how to repair and maintain them. She went on to become a League Certified Instructor through the League of American Bicyclists and began leading confident city cycling classes and bike mechanic workshops. Prior to the Hokie Bike Hub she was a wrencher for Healthy Ride PGH – Pittsburgh’s Bike Share Program and served as the Bicycle Program Coordinator at her Alma Mater, Chatham University, where she received her undergraduate in Exercise Science." 


Alexandra Kahl (Graduate Intern)

Alexandra Kahl

Allie is a graduate student in the Masters of Urban and Regional Planning program at Virginia Tech. She became interested in alternative transportation after taking an Active Transportation class, where she learned about the environmental and health benefits of biking. Allie hopes to use GIS to show other students how easy and convenient it can be to bike on campus. In the future, she would like to have a career designing sustainable and disaster resilient cities.

David Cho (Student Intern)

David Cho

Like many Virginia Tech students, David grew up in the bubble known as NOVA. He decided to come to Virginia Tech because it looked like Hogwarts and has a pretty good engineering program. In his free-time, he enjoys exploring places by bike, slacklining, learning useless skills, and slaving away at the BikeHub.


Brittan Wilcox (Student Intern)

Brittain Wilcox

As a Roanoke native, Brittan grew up climbing the mountains of the Blue Ridge Parkway on two wheels. Now as a Mechanical Engineering student at Tech, he believes in suspending all driving in favor of cycling and seeks to shift others to his bearing by keeping every Hokie bike in perfect shape. He only puts the brakes on his cycling ways to go out on local hiking trails to serve as president of the Outdoor Club at Virginia Tech.


Wayne Thompson (Student Intern)

Wayne Thompson

Wayne Thompson is from the small-ish town of Warrenton, Virginia, and he is a Computer Engineering student at Virginia Tech. He grew up with a passion for bikes, stemming from his dad's BMX racing history. He has developed a love for mountain biking which has been fueled by working at a Bike Shop in his home town. In his free time, Wayne enjoys working on his Jeep and spending time outdoors hiking, fishing, and off-roading.


Paulo Ivanovic (Student Intern)

Paulo Invaovic

Paulo is studying industrial and systems engineering and likes bikes.  He likes dogs but has an appreciation for all four legged friends.  In his free time he likes to ride trails on his bike and go on drives with his bike in the trunk.  Did we mention that he likes bikes?