Greg Justice
Founder / Editor
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Besides being Founder & Editor of TransportiCA, Justice is also Founder & Principal of Aggie Writing Services, founder of the Sustainable Chamber of Sacramento and the "Transportation and the Triple-Bottom Line" conference, as well as, Chief Sustainability Officer for the newly-formed nonprofit, "California Green Academy."  His passion for sustainable and active transportation comes from, despite being an L.A. native, not having a driver's license, nor planning to obtain one in the future.

Attending San Jose State University for graduate certificates in Environmental Planning and Transportation and Land-Use Planning.  Double-majored at U.C. Davis in Public Service and Law & Society, minoring in Professional Writing, emphasis in legal and technical writing.  Justice has previously worked for Unitrans, Caltrans' Division of Rail, Air Resources Board, Cal/EPA's Scientific and Peer-Review Program, for State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson and Dr. David Long, California Secretary of Education.

Remi Mateo
Deputy Editor
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Attending Presidio Graduate School in San Francisco for a Masters in Public Administration in Sustainable Management.  Mateo is also Chair of the PGS student association "Transport Presidio" - dedicated to the education of sustainable transportation.  Hobbies include hiking, Toastmasters, and especially reading - a favorite for graduate students.  Born and raised in Los Angeles, Mateo has a Bachelors in Sociology from CSU Northridge, and is a 2016 Fellow for the World Energy Innovation Forum.  Currently an advocate for the developmentally and physically disabled community at the Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center, Mateo educates clients on American with Disabilities Act (ADA) rights, cooperatively finding solutions towards their mobility independence.  Mateo's interest in transportation is especially focused on social equity and making sure all riders have access to quality transit.

Monica Monedero
Managing Editor - Active Transportation
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Monedero began her fitness career over ten years ago after a long career in marketing, having been Vice President of Business Development at Bank of Sacramento, Senior Account Executive with the Sacramento Business Journal, and Account Executive for the launch of a national education/technology monthly, "Converge Magazine."
After having her second child, she decided to leave the corporate world and go back to school studying nutrition, a subject in which she had been involved with most of her life.  Her family has long had an organic farm called "Sleepy Hollow Farms" in the foothill community near Sequoia National Park, where they raised organic walnuts, apples and cage-free eggs. Plant-based foods for healing and organics have been part of her life for 35+ years.
After discovering she really enjoyed physical education, and how exercise has significantly improved her own life, she focused on studying the American College of Sports Medicine exam; considered one of the most rigorous exams that certifying both fitness and medical professionals in the health, nutrition and fitness industriesBecoming a certified trainer, she joined Gold’s Gym with the single intention of gaining back-to-back client training experience in a gym environment, counter to her typical outdoor type training, and with the end goal of starting her own mobile fitness training business.
In 2010, she started GetFitwithMonica.net, and has been helping clients with lifestyle changes through exercise and diet.

Anthony Nachor
Contributing Staff Writer / Photographer
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(Biography forthcoming.)

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