Cathy Gudis is an associate professor of history and director of the public history program at the University of California, Riverside. To develop The Modernist's Guide to Iconic Wilshire Boulevard, Gudis drew in part on her experiences and prior work as the director of the Los Angeles Conservancy's 2005 "Curating the City: Wilshire Boulevard," a set of multi-city, multi-media programs and website. Last year she was a Scholar at the Getty Research Institute, where she worked on her new book Curating the City: The Framing of Los Angeles, which looks at art, preservation, and the urban environment throughout the Southland after World War II.
Colleen Corcoran is CicLAvia's official graphic designer and is responsible for the organization's distinctive graphic identify. She has collaborated with a variety of non-profits and public agencies in the Los Angeles area. Her work focuses on the use of design as a tool for education and positive social change within the urban environment.
Major support for CicLAvia – Iconic Wilshire Boulevard has been provided by the Getty Foundation.