Rolf Eisinger recently moved to Denver where he managers the City and County of Denver’s Vision Zero program. Rolf was car free while he earned his BA at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Then, he moved to Louisville, KY and earned a Master’s in Public Health from the University of Louisville. After graduate school Rolf worked for Louisville Metro Government where he developed several bicycle and pedestrian programs which helped Louisville become a bronze level Walk Friendly Community, and Louisville reach a silver level Bicycle Friendly Community. Rolf Launched Louisville’s LouVelo bike sharing program, managed Louisville’s NHTSA pedestrian education and enforcement grant, and managed the installation of over 80 miles of on street bike facilities. Along with an inspiring, passionate and action-oriented attitude, Rolf has been able to capitalize of several trainings including: Project Management Professional, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, and Louisville Metro’s Executive Leadership program. Rolf created and now co-operates of the national Sister Cities Roadshow conference series with NACTO. Now Rolf is back in Colorado where he enjoys Nordic Skiing, cycling, kayaking and going on nature adventures with his wife and their two children.