Axi Wechter

Axi Wechter

Executive Director

Axi joined the Ride in 2022 as the Co-Executive Director. Formerly, Axi worked at Team Fox, the grassroots community fundraising division of The Michael J. Fox Foundation for 6 years. Axi earned a BS from Hamilton College, an MS in Nonprofit Management from Milano, The New School for Management and Urban Policy, and is certified in Organizational Development.

Axi has a family Parkinson’s connection and is dedicated to finding a cure. Axi is excited to combine her love of fundraising and all things nonprofit with her passion to better the lives of those impacted by Parkinson’s disease.

Cindy Woods Theberge

Cindy Woods Theberge

Executive Director Emeritus

As the former Executive Director, Cindy worked full-time, year round, to handle the numerous details of running a 501(c)(3) and overseeing all aspects of the Ride. She has always considered it her personal responsibility to make everyone feel like an integral part of our extended Ride Family. We wish Cindy well as she enjoys retirement with her husband, Robert!
Edna Woods

Edna Woods

Founder/ Executive Director Emeritus

Our founder, Chris’s now 85 year old mom, continues to dedicate her time and be a guiding light to all of us, for nothing more than the joy of seeing her dreams of a cure becoming more of a reality every day. Although she stepped down from her position as Executive Director, she remains an active member of the Board of Directors.
Kate St. Onge

Kate St. Onge

Bookkeeper/Event Assistant 

Kate joined the Ride, as a part-time bookkeeper and general event assistant in 2017. Her background in accounting and sales support has been an incredible asset to the Ride. When not working, she enjoys time with her husband and four young children.
Jen Wood

Jen Woods

Event Coordinator

Although Jen has been a part of the Ride for many years, as both a cyclist and volunteer, she joined us in an official capacity in the fall of 2018. She has quickly become an invaluable asset in all things Ride related, with a particular focus on volunteers.