Livestream Replay: Alisha Zellner, Bike for Black Lives

Livestream Replay: Alisha Zellner, Bike for Black Lives

Join us for a Livestream with Alisha Zellner, founder of Bike for Black Lives, as we discuss her experiences as a Black woman, as a Colorado State University police officer, and her role in uniting her communities.

Born and raised in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Alisha graduated from CSU with a double Bachelors in Psychology and Sociology and later went on to receive her Masters in Justice Policy from UTSA. She is currently studying Social Work at Metropolitan State University in Denver. Prior to law enforcement, Alisha was a mental health counselor for 5 years in adolescent residential treatment facilities. She spends her days climbing mountains (seven 14ers), running races (40+ with a marathon in Athens, Greece), pedaling for progress, and being as E.P.I.C. as possible!

Tune in to hear about how she as a Black female cop biked 400 miles to fight against racism and police brutality.


About The Author

Tony Kelsey has 20 years of marketing experience, previously serving as the Global Vice President of creative for an international, $1B IT solutions consultance. Although self-proclaimed "mediocre" racer in high school, his intense passion for cycling and bicycles in general has never waned. Today he is the Marketing VP at Pactimo and frequently writes about cycling as a sport and hobby @tonykelsey