Paul Steinberg, Director
Paul Steinberg is Professor of Political Science and Environmental Policy at Harvey Mudd College. He has spent the past quarter century studying the politics of social change in diverse settings, from Costa Rica and Bolivia to the Los Angeles basin. His most recent book is Who Rules the Earth? How Social Rules Shape Our Planet and Our Lives, published by Oxford University Press.
Kevin J. Foxe, Producer
Kevin J. Foxe is a storyteller who uses all mediums and platforms. He has worked with many inspiring filmmakers and artists, creating stories that offer to change the world around us through a new perspective. He is known for reinventing genres here and abroad, from The Blair Witch Project, to How to Draw a Bunny, Do Over, and American Adobo, as well as many others throughout his 35 plus years in film, TV, web and the digital space.
Amy Wong, Bike San Gabriel Valley
El Monte native Amy Wong graduated from UC Berkeley in 2013 with a degree in molecular biology and a minor in environmental health. At BikeSGV, she co-leads the Women on Wheels (WoW) program, which empowers more women to bike and be involved in bicycle advocacy. WoW works to create safe spaces and events for female bicycle riders to meet, have fun, and improve their bicycle skills. Her long-term goal is to advance environmental justice in the San Gabriel Valley.
Meghan Sahli-Wells, City of Culver City
Meghan Sahli-Wells has championed initiatives to improve the quality of life of those who live in Culver City. She has been particularly steadfast in her efforts to lead programs that benefit youth. Prior to being elected to City Council in 2012, Sahli-Wells spearheaded many community initiatives. Notably, she co-founded the BikeCulverCity, one of the first local chapters of the LA County Bicycle Coalition, and Transition Culver City, which is part of the international Transition Network. Sahli-Wells also helped craft Culver City’s first Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan and launch the city’s Safe Routes to Schools program.
Cynthia Rose, Santa Monica SPOKE
Cynthia Rose is a long-time Santa Monica resident, safe-streets advocate, and director of the Santa Monica chapter of the L.A. County Bicycle Coalition, Santa Monica SPOKE. In 2016, Cynthia was awarded the Alliance for Biking & Walking Susie Stephens Joyful Enthusiasm Award at the National Bike Summit. She was instrumental in establishing the first public bike-share program in Los Angeles County, Breeze Bike Share. She is a strong advocate for the implementation of Complete Streets Policies, which support and protect all users (pedestrians & people on bikes) and the use of public transit for a healthier, safer, more sustainable environment for the community at large.