NICA founder leaves nonprofit to start consultancy

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      Matt Fritzinger, founder of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association, is leaving the nonprofit to launch his next venture in January. His last day with NICA is Dec. 20.

      Fritzinger, a former high school math teacher, formed the Berkeley High Mountain Bike Club in 1998. The club’s success eventually led to the founding of the NorCal High School Mountain Bike Racing League, and several years later to the creation of a SoCal League. Both leagues eventually grew and led to the launch of NICA in September 2009. NICA now is a national program with more than 3,000 student-athletes and 1,000 coaches across nine leagues.

      Fritzinger said he’s looking for exciting new challenges in the cycling world while also helping NICA where needed. He’s launching a consulting business, Zinger Pacific, to work with businesses and nonprofits on project management, strategies, community outreach and developing corporate sponsor programs.

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