Kyle Wagenschutz earned his Bachelors of Business Administration (2006) and Masters of City and Regional Planning (2010)at the University of Memphis. After several years spent as a logistics manager for a local commodity trader, Kyle was hired as the first Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator for the City of Memphis in September 2010. He continues to serve as the Director of Revolutions Community Bicycle Shop, a non-profit bicycle shop focused on teaching bicycle repair and providing affordable bicycles. Kyle is also on the board of directors of Bike Walk Tennessee, a state-wide advocacy group focused on improving conditions for active transportation through education, political policy, and grassroots campaigning. Roger Geller has 17 years experience managing bicycle capital, planning and policy projects. He possesses in-depth knowledge of design, policy, planning and maintenance relating to bicycle transportation. Roger has contributed to the implementation of hundreds of miles of bikeways, the introduction of many innovations to Portland?s streets and to the successful evaluation of their effect. Roger has led numerous classes in bikeway planning, policy and design, has delivered keynote addresses at national bicycle conferences in Australia and New Zealand and toured Canadian cities as an Invited Scholar. He continues advising a multi-city effort to refine a national urban bicycling design guide.