John Rolf Eisinger
Rolf Eisinger works as Louisville Metro’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator. Rolf was car free while he earned his BA at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Since then, he moved to Louisville and earned a Master’s in Public Health from UofL. While in graduate school Rolf raced his bike at the professional level across the country. Rolf has worked for Louisville Metro since 2009 where he developed a number of bicycle and pedestrian programs including helping Louisville become a bronze level Walk Friendly Community, and helped Louisville reach a silver level Bicycle Friendly Community, started the Bike and Walk Sense programs, added 80 new bikeway miles to Louisville’s Urban Bike Network, manages Louisville’s recently awarded NHTSA pedestrian education and enforcement grant and Louisville’s Bike Share project. Along with an inspiring, passionate and action-oriented attitude, Rolf has been able to capitalize of a number of trainings including: Federal Highways Administration Road Safety Audits/Assessments, Designing for Pedestrian Safety, ADA Compliant Design, Developing a Pedestrian Safety Action Plan Louisville, NACTO Road Show in Indianapolis and design charrette, North American Bike Sharing Association Meetings, Project Management Professional certification, and years’ worth of APBP webinars.
Kate Holwerk has joined Louisville Metro's Bicycle and Pedestrian team. Holwerk has a true passion for cycling as a long time commuter and volunteer for Bike Louisville, Bicycling for Louisville and for the Urban Bike Safety program at the Cabbage Patch Settlement House. In 2011, Holwerk helped design, launch and direct programs in conjunction with Bike Louisville for teaching bike safety to students. She is an active member of the Younger Woman’s Club of Louisville. She has been a League of American Bicyclist's League Certified Instructor (LCI) since 2011.