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Joe Moye

CEO , Board Director

Joe has more than 30 years of proven experience and success as a business executive, board member and entrepreneur across the technology industry, serving both the private and public sectors.Before joining Beep, Joe served as President of the Software Division and General Manager of the Public Sector Business Unit for Virtustream, a leading enterprise cloud services and software company. He was a member of the executive team which successfully integrated the business, post-acquisition, into Dell Technologies.Prior to that, Joe served as President of Blackbaud’s (BLKB) Enterprise Software Group where he led the transformation of the group’s migration to a highly successful SAAS platform and business model. Joe also previously held the position of CEO for Capgemini’s U.S. Public Sector Company, where he led multiple strategic transformation programs for the Departments of Transportation, Defense, Homeland Security and Agriculture.He originally founded Gazelle Consulting, a branded leader of strategic services in data modeling, data enrichment and analytics for the financial services industry. This business was acquired by Adjoined Consulting and ultimately by Capgemini in 2006.Joe holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Florida State University.

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Brian Curran

Chief Financial Officer

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Brian Curran

Chief Financial Officer

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Brian Curran is a results-driven financial and operational executive with experience in joint-venture and acquisition-driven environments through his 15 years in the technology industry.Prior to joining Beep, Brian was the Chief Financial Officer for Netcracker Technology, a software company offering mission-critical solutions including business support systems, operations support systems and software-defined networking to service providers around the globe.Before that, Brian served as the Chief Financial Officer for Virtustream. Virtustream, a standalone subsidiary of Dell Technologies, is the enterprise-class cloud service provider purpose-built to migrate complex IT landscapes and mission-critical applications, such as SAP, to the cloud.Before joining Virtustream, Brian was the Corporate Controller for VCE, a joint venture with VMware, Cisco, and EMC. One of the early VCE employees, he led various global teams that transformed the firm into a billion dollar business in just six years.Brian holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance from Saint Michael’s College, an MBA from Assumption College, and an MSA from Northeastern University.

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Clayton Tino

Chief Technology Officer

Clayton Tino, PhD., is a product and engineering leader with experience in platform design, software development and engineering leadership, product strategy, and product delivery, owning more than 10 years experience in the fieldPrior to joining Beep, Clayton established the Managed Cloud Platform organization at Virtustream; a group responsible for the development and operation of Virtustream’s private cloud offering—Azure VMware Solutions by Virtustream—in partnership with Microsoft and VMware. Clayton previously held leadership positions in both product management, responsible for Virtustream’s cloud-native products portfolio, and engineering, where he ran software architecture and development for Virtustream’s cloud management platform.Beyond his time at Beep, Clayton serves on the Georgia Institute of Technology Aerospace Engineering School Advisory Council (AESAC) and served on the NASA Ad-Hoc Task Force on Big Data.Clayton earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he specialized in systems design and optimization. His work focused on probabilistic modeling and stochastic optimization for air traffic management applications. He holds patents in both flight control systems and cloud platform management techniques.

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Racquel Asa

Chief Marketing Officer

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Racquel Asa has been at the forefront of every major transportation development and initiative in Florida for the past 10 years, operating as one of the most well-informed sources in the industry.Prior to joining Beep, she worked as an award-winning journalist and anchor for nearly 15 years at television stations in both New York and Florida.Most recently, she was at WFTV in Orlando as the lead Transportation Reporter—covering every significant advancement and enhancement to the state's road infrastructure and growth in the autonomous vehicle industry. It was during her time at WFTV that she covered the launch and growth of Beep, extensively covering the first vehicles launched in Lake Nona.In 2022, she was recognized during Orlando Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list that commemorates the community’s outstanding young professionals. In 2019, Racquel won the Citizen Transportation Advocate of the Year award by the Women in Transportation Central Florida Chapter. The recognition salutes a citizen who is an outspoken supporter of transportation advancement and enhancement in the community.In the same year, her name was entered into Congressional record during Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage month as the nation celebrated and highlighted the accomplishments by Asian Americans who have strengthened our nation.Her advocacy for safer streets and new innovative solutions to improve mobility align with Beep's mission to create a transportation solution that is safe, sustainable, and efficient.Racquel holds a Master of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University, and a Bachelor of Arts in degree in Philosophy, Politics and Law

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Simon West

Chief Experience Officer

As Chief Experience Officer, Simon West works with his team across marketing, product management and experience design to ensure a world-class experience across Beep's software and services.Simon brings more than 20 years of experience in helping establish technology brands as leaders in emerging and high-growth market sectors.He was most recently Chief Marketing Officer for Magnitude Software, where he led a rebranding and repositioning of the company and implemented marketing programs leading to strong organic growth and the sale of the business in 2021.Prior to Magnitude, Simon served as Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for Cyxtera Technologies, where he oversaw brand development, marketing strategy and launch of the business formed in 2017 from a $2.8 billion acquisition of CenturyLink’s global data center portfolio and four cybersecurity software companies. Previously, Simon was CMO of enterprise-class cloud provider Virtustream, acquired by EMC in 2015 and now part of Dell Technologies, and for SoftLayer, where he directed a brand repositioning that established the company as a global frontrunner in cloud infrastructure, leading to its acquisition by IBM in 2013.Simon began his technology career at Data Return, where he played an instrumental role in leading the startup through foundational business planning, product definition and systems development, through the execution of a successful IPO and the company’s sale to Terremark in 2007. As CMO for Terremark, he implemented marketing programs resulting in unprecedented growth and industry recognition and the sale of the company in 2011 to Verizon.Simon received his B.A. in Journalism from the University of Texas at Arlington.

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Katrina Heineking

EVP, Operations

Katrina has been in the transit industry for over three decades and brings a unique blend of career perspective and skills, having worked in various types of transit systems both on the public side and in the private sector.

Prior to joining Beep, Katrina’s most recently role was with Transdev where she was responsible for helping to create and then head Transdev’s autonomous vehicle division. The division contracts with clients to provide staffing, training, R&D, and daily operations of autonomous vehicle fleets. In her time leading the newly formed AV arm of Transdev, she was able to grow the division by over 200% in just 3 years.Katrina has also served as a Region Vice President, overseeing the Southwest region and as General Manager for a number of large transit systems, including Phoenix Transit and Sun Tran (Tucson).

Katrina has a long record of involvement in a variety of important industry and community associations. Since 2008, she has been a board member of the Arizona Public Transit Association (AZTA) and served as its President. She is also a board member of the Southwest Transit Association (SWTA) and of the Friends of Transit Board of Phoenix. She has also served on TCRP research panels, on committees and subcommittees for the America Public Transportation (APTA) and the Phoenix WTS Chapter and Chamber of Commerce.

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Jennifer Foote

SVP, Business Development

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Jennifer Foote

SVP, Business Development

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Jennifer Foote delivers first-of-its-kind technology initiatives for both public and private sector clients, boasting more than 20 years of experience in global technology-enabled transformation programs.She is responsible for driving and leading the customer journey from pre-sales through operational support, an instrumental leader in achieving many firsts in the autonomous vehicle industry—leading the first AV deployment in mixed traffic in the state of Florida, delivering the first urban AV deployment in the State of Florida, winning and securing the first contract to deploy autonomous shuttles with the National Park Service, and managing the largest and longest running fleet of autonomous vehicles within a mobility transit network in the country.Prior to joining Beep, her accomplishments included the first mission-critical cloud migration for the federal government and the first and fastest SAP implementation for a startup company in history.She is passionate about leading a culture of innovation and possibility, utilizing her experiential and educational pursuits to envision and enable a better future—all through the use of safer and more sustainable alternative modes of transportation.Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and a Master of Science degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and has studied Behavioral Science at Harvard University. She is Executive Director and Board Member for the Blue Lagoon Foundation and sits on the Board of Advisors for Bluechip Athletic Solutions.

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Marc Klein

SVP, Strategic Accounts

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Marc Klein

SVP, Strategic Accounts

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Marc Klein has more than 20 years of experience delivering cutting-edge mobility and technology solutions across America.

Prior to Beep, Marc was Vice President of Data and Digital Advocacy Solutions at Majority Strategies LLC, a data-science, full-service marketing agency, where he represented micromobility companies, electric vehicle manufacturers, and advocacy groups dedicated to improving cities. In 2018, as Vice President of Microtransit Government Partnerships, Marc launched the business-to-government unit for Ford Motor Company’s Chariot Transit Inc., where he focused on improving accessibility, sustainability, and automobility options for the residents and visitors of cities.

Marc was Vice President of National Accounts and Airports at Clean Energy Fuels Corp., which is the largest provider of natural gas fuel for fleets in North America. In 2006, Marc co-founded The Vehicle Production Group LLC, which manufactured the MV-1, the first factory-direct wheelchair accessible vehicle that meets or exceeds the vehicle guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Marc was named a White House Champion of Change award winner by President Obama for creating innovative mobility, technology, and sustainability solutions. By trade, he is a commercial business lawyer and is admitted to practice law in New York and Connecticut.

Marc graduated with a JD from Cardozo School of Law in New York and a BA from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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Mark Reid

SVP, Public Affairs

Mark Reid is a sales, marketing and operations expert with more than 30 years of international experience spread across various industries. At Beep, Mark handles public affairs. Prior to Beep, Mark was the co-founder and CEO of Zilarah Technologies: an IT and Telecommunications solution provider known for its design, creation and implementation of mobile wallet software and hardware configurations on secured networks. Preceding this, he was co-founder and CEO of Jamaica Network Access Point Limited, a telecommunications colocation facility—the first of its kind in the Caribbean. Mark drove the planning, permitting, construction and operations, successfully deploying Stages I through III of the business model—namely the hub interconnection, intra-island, and inter-Caribbean deployment phases. Mark was also the founder and CEO of Haltek Global Corporation, a telecommunications firm in Florida, focused on the delivery of Voice over IP (VoIP) based solutions to a broad base of customers. He was also with Chang International Enterprises, Inc., (DBA Car World), a specialty automotive retailer, as their Operations Manager and quickly moved up to become the General Manager of their South Florida operations.Mark earned his MBA from Barry University in Miami, Florida.

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Chris Stoner

VP, Sales

As VP of Sales, Chris brings more than 25 years offleet management and transportation experience to lead the sales team in co-creatingautonomous mobility solutionsthat provide equitable, safe, sustainable, scalable transportation solutions that allow people to connect with their communities.Prior to joining Beep, Chris worked with Penske Truck Leasing, Ryder, MHC Truck Leasing and most recently Local Motors where he led the deployment, sales and service teamsfor company's operations in North America, Europe andSouth Korea.In December of 2020, Chris finished his MBA from Southern New Hampshire University with a concentration in Environmental Compliance and Sustainability, which aligns with Beep’s mission to shift mobility to shared, electric and autonomous platforms aimed at making transportation in communities safer, sustainable and accessible.

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Stephen Berry

Chief Safety Officer

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Stephen Berry

Chief Safety Officer

For the past 30 years, Stephen Berry has been providing Public Safety services to both private and public industries. He is also a proud veteran of the United States Armed Forces.Stephen “Steve” has been on the leading edge of safety, security, and emergency management developments. As a native Californian, he was at the forefront of looking into emerging tactics and enhancement towards using shared sources and applying them to several natural and manmade disasters in greater Los Angeles County. His experience in California presented several opportunities in partnering with local, state, and federal governments to develop innovative public safety training, disaster resource sharing, and safety outreach. As a result, it lead to an overwhelming reduction in public safety developments and addressed response times necessary to approach emergency crisis and safety efforts. His work received designations from the Los Angeles County Board of Commissioners, Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission, California State Legislature, and California State Senate.Steve’s years of experience in executing timely and comprehensive public safety strategies positioned him for a greater role in the transportation and transit multi-modal services sector. For the past 20 years, he has been restructuring institutional processes, concentrating on local, state, and federal oversight for safety and security platforms, simulation applications, and emergency management processes.Steve holds an Executive Master of Public Administration from the University of South Dakota, is a registered Public Manager, and holds several professional designations.

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Amanda Wolf

Director, HR

Amanda Wolf has been in the Transportation Industry for more than 20 years, serving the last 10 in Human Resources.Prior to joining Beep, she was the Director of Training and Organizational Development for BBA Aviation, Signature Flight Support, where she created an innovative Global Manager in Training program.She also conducted due diligence prior to the Landmark Aviation acquisition and integration, in addition to the Cultural Orientation training after. Additionally, Amanda has experience handling the intricacies of multi-state and international labor and employee relations while enhancing and developing HR systems and engaging employee initiatives.She is responsible for supporting and stabilizing the growth at Beep through People and Culture initiatives. Her continued education in the fields of Generational Motivators and DEI align with Beep’s efforts to attract, retain, market to, and support the diverse communities Beep serves.Amanda holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business, with a focus on Human Resources. She holds both her SHRM-CP and HRCI PHR certifications, and is a Master Facilitator with Development Dimensions International (DDI).

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David Rodriguez

Director, Transit Operations

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David Rodriguez

Director, Transit Operations

With 14 years of Maintenance and Operations management experience, David Rodriguez brings a holistic approach to transit services and how technology interfaces within an operational environment. As a dedicated transportation professional, he has worked in several small, medium, and large transit agencies combining field experience and education to bring a deep understanding of transit environments to foster efficiency, reliability, and a customer-centric focus.Before joining Beep, David was the Transit Director for the Council on Aging of Saint Lucie County, Florida. He was responsible for their public transit systems consisting of fixed routes, paratransit, and other multimodal forms of transportation. He has been an advocate for complete streets that include pathways for all transportation modes; bicycles, pedestrians, autonomous vehicles while delivering first and last-mile service to users.David’s focus on safety was also instrumental in the development of rear-end decelerator illumination of transit buses in Orlando, Florida that resulted in the immediate and continued reduction of rear-end accidents. David’s efforts on the operational safety application of rear-end decelerator illumination for transit buses resulted in state regulation modifying vehicle traffic safety lighting to increase visibility and reduce accidents.David holds an Engineering Degree in Computer Science, a master’s degree in Public Administration, and is designated Certified Public Transportation Manager.

Board of Directors

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Kevin Reid


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Kevin Reid


Kevin Reid is a technology entrepreneur with more than 25 years of experience creating software enabled solutions that deliver efficiency, enable innovation, and drive superior financial results for enterprises worldwide. He is a founding partner of Blue Lagoon Companies, where he incubates, advises, and invests in progressive technology companies that are disrupting and redefining their industries. Kevin’s prior innovations have contributed to several successful venture capital exits, including two “unicorns,” (startups that reach a $1 billion valuation).Kevin serves as a Board Director of Lemongrass Ltd., Syniti (BackOffice Associates, LLC), Everstream Analytics PTE Ltd. and Stella Financial Solutions Inc. He previously co-founded Virtustream, an enterprise-class cloud company, and served as a Board Director, CEO and CTO prior to the company’s sale to EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC).At Virtustream, he co-invented and led the implementation of the MicroVM, a common currency for expressing, provisioning, and optimizing shared infrastructure resources on which he jointly obtained five US patents. He also drove the creation of the industry’s first trusted cloud platform with encryption down to the silicon layer - which is recognized by industry analysts as the most secure cloud computing platform for enterprise customers.In 2016 Dell Technologies (now NYSE: DELL) acquired EMC in the largest acquisition in the technology industry’s history. Kevin served as a President within Dell Technologies and was appointed to the company’s Global Strategy Leadership Council and its CTO Council.Prior to Virtustream, Kevin co-founded Greensmith Energy Management Systems, a US-based leader in intelligent energy storage technology and solutions. In his capacity as Chairman of the Board, he contributed to creating the company’s industry leading energy management software system, GEMS, pioneering central control capabilities of distributed energy storage appliances—revolutionizing the power distribution network. Greensmith was acquired in 2017 by Wärtsilä Corporation (OMX: WRT1V).Before Greensmith, Kevin was co-founder and CTO of Adjoined, a U.S.-based management consulting, technology and outsourcing firm targeting the Global 2000 market, where he was responsible for sales and delivery of the firm’s technology services. And then prior to Adjoined, Kevin served as CIO for Florida Crystals Corporation (FCC), a privately held company recognized as one of the largest sweetener companies in the world.Black Enterprise named him one of 2018’s most powerful African American executives in corporate America, and he was the joint recipient of Intel Capital’s Entrepreneur/Exit of the Year award in 2015. Aside from his professional work, Kevin is also an active philanthropist, co-founding The Blue Lagoon Foundation—which continuously raises awareness and passively sources funds for philanthropic programs (including an initiative to help children in his native Jamaica to further their educations and build brighter futures). He also serves as a Trustee for the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee.Kevin graduated with an MBA from the University of Miami and holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Florida International University.

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Rodney J. Rogers

Lead Board Director

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Rodney J. Rogers

Lead Board Director

Rodney Rogers is recognized as a successful serial entrepreneur and expert technologist with more than 30 years in the technology services industry—known for his leadership contributions in the realization of two back-to-back “unicorns” (startups that achieve billion-dollar valuations).Today, Rod operates as a founding partner of the Blue Lagoon Companies which develops, advises and invests in disruptive technology start-ups and next-generation technology companies. He serves as Chairman of the Board for UnitedLex, Inc. and Lemongrass Ltd., and as a Board Director of Revenue Analytics, Inc. and Agrematch Ltd. He also served on the Board ofNew Signature, Inc.prior to its sale to Cognizant in 2020.Previously, Rod served as Chairman, CEO and co-founder of Virtustream, the enterprise-class cloud company trusted by organizations worldwide to run their mission-critical applications—until its acquisition by EMC Corporation, which marked one of the largest private technology start-up exits in 2015. After the EMC acquisition, Virtustream became one of EMC’s four Federation operating companies with Rod as CEO reporting directly to the CEO of EMC. In 2016, Dell Technologies acquired EMC in the largest acquisition in the technology industry’s history.Rod then led Virtustream through its second successful post-merger integration in as many years, and ultimately on to become one of Dell Technologies’ seven ingredient brands. From 2016 until the time he retired in 2018, within Dell Technologies, Rod served as the President of the Virtustream business, a member of both the Dell EMC Infrastructure Solutions Group and Dell Services & Digital executive leadership teams, and as a member of the Dell Technologies extended leadership team.Prior to Virtustream, Rod was co-founder, Chairman and CEO of Adjoined. From its inception in 2000 through its acquisition by Kanbay (NASDQ: KBAY) in 2006, Adjoined was known as one of the fastest-growing US-based IT services companies in the industry. After the acquisition in 2006, Rod went on to become COO and SEC Section-16 Officer of Kanbay, a global IT Services firm, reporting directly to the CEO. In 2007, Kanbay was acquired by Capgemini SE (CAP: EN Paris). After the acquisition, Rod became Managing Director of Capgemini’s East US Business and served on Capgemini’s US Country Managing Board until he retired from Capgemini in 2008.He’s a three-time E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist, an American Business Awards CEO winner, and was jointly recognized as Intel Capital’s Entrepreneur/Exit of the Year in 2015. Rod is also an angel investor and advisor to a variety of technology startups and the co-founder and director of The Blue Lagoon Foundation, a non-profit charitable giving organization.Rod holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering from the University of Florida and is the establisher of the Rodney & Judith Rogers Entrepreneurial Excellence Endowment for the Warrington School of Business at the University of Florida. He also serves as an Advisor to the University of Florida’s Innovative Ventures Fund. In 2020, Rod was awarded the University of Florida’s prestigious Distinguished Alumnus Award in recognition of his “achievements, demonstrated service, and exceptional leadership.

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Nick Beucher

Board Director

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Nick Beucher

Board Director

Nick Beucher oversees all company operations as President of Tavistock Development Company, including management of Tavistock’s flagship project: Lake Nona, a 17-square-mile, master-designed community in Orlando, Florida, ranked among the top-selling communities in America. Nick is also responsible for building strategic partnerships that support and advance Tavistock Development Company’s growing portfolio of projects.Beucher initially joined Tavistock in 2010 as an Asset Manager tasked with acquisitions and corporate restructuring. During his tenure, he spearheaded Lake Nona’s multifamily residential strategy and was instrumental in opening the WaterMark, Ariel, LandonHouse, and Pixon apartment communities.Beucher also oversees additional assets within the international Tavistock Group portfolio, including The St. Regis Atlanta. He sits on the boards of Boxer Capital, Nexus Luxury Collection, and 25 Capital Partners.An Orlando native, Beucher is an alumnus of the University of Central Florida where he earned his undergraduate, Master in Sports Business Management and Master of Business Administration degrees.

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Mark Rostick

Board Director

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Mark Rostick

Board Director

At Intel Capital, Mark Rostick sits on our Investment Committee and also co-manages our Cloud & AI practice and portfolio. He currently works with, among others, portfolio companies Beep, Cherre, Immuta, Lilt, MemVerge, MinIO, and Tetrate. His selected past investments include Amplidata (acquired by Western Digital), Enpirion (acquired by Altera), Velostrata (acquired by Google), and Virtustream (acquired by DellEMC).

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Jennifer Krusius

Board Director

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Jennifer Krusius

Board Director

Jennifer Krusius is a venture partner at ABS Capital where she focuses on technology enabled businesses. In this capacity, she leads the exploration and build out of new investment theses, negotiates investments, and advises venture and growth stage companies. Prior to ABS, Jennifer worked at Columbia Capital, where she co-founded Vivacity Networks, a connected infrastructure company.Before Columbia Capital, she was the General Manager of Uber Technologies’ business in Pennsylvania. At Uber, she led business operations, scaling the business to 100% of the state, and oversaw product launches, marketing, business development, and the passing of statewide legislation. Earlier in her career, Jennifer was a growth equity investor at IFC Asset Management Company and Emerging Capital Partners, working with growing companies in the media, telecom, infrastructure, mining, and financial institutions sectors, focusing primarily on companies and investments in Africa and South America.Jennifer received her Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University and her MBA from Harvard Business School. She is on the board at Vivacity Infrastructure Group and advises startups in the autonomous vehicle, technology and infrastructure spaces.

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Mark Joseph

Board Director

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Mark Joseph

Board Director

Meet the Team | Beep (73)Mark Joseph, with over 30 years of leadership experience in operating public and private transportation, is the former CEO of Transdev North America (TDNA), from 2006-2017, becoming the Global Chief Commercial Officer for Transdev Group, and member of the Global Executive Committee. Under Mark’s leadership, TDNA increased their revenues from $50 million/ year to $1.5 billion (2001-2017), serving 200 locations with 20,000 thousand employees. Mark is the Founder and CEO of Mobitas Advisors, LLC and is a mobility/energy tech expert, investor/advisor, serves on a number of boards. He is a Venture Partner in NextGear Ventures and DRIVE - the leading Mobility Innovation Hub in Israel ( Honda, Volvo, Goodyear, Hertz, Cox, and others ), as well as a Managing Partner in Chakra Growth Capital LLC, and is a Senior Advisor to Improved Corporate Finance &Drake Star Investment Banks, as well as an Advisor to Prime Movers Fund ($500 mill ) and others (Optibus, Ottopia, Rubicon Global, and others). He currently serves on the boards of First Transit (EQT-1.5Bill), Ruppert Landscape, SAFE (Securing America’s Future Energy), University of Maryland Medical Center, Biliti Electric, and others.

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What do you say when you meet a new team? ›

My name is [your name], and it's nice to meet you! I'm going to be working in a [new role] on your team, and I wanted to reach out and introduce myself. I'll be starting on your team on [start date], and I'm excited to work for [company name].

What makes a good team meeting? ›

A team meeting should be something the employees look forward to each week — a place where they can share their concerns, share ideas, ask questions, get valuable information, and feel that they are part of the overall process. 80% of your weekly meetings should be spent solving problems.

How do I say I am flexible at work? ›

Here are a few examples of how you might demonstrate it:
  1. Offer to help out another team member if you notice that they are overloaded.
  2. Volunteer to cover a colleague's work while they're on leave.
  3. Consider allowing people to work from home to help them achieve a better work/life balance .

What makes a successful meeting? ›

An effective meeting brings a thoughtfully selected group of people together for a specific purpose, provides a forum for open discussion, and delivers a tangible result: a decision, a plan, a list of great ideas to pursue, a shared understanding of the work ahead.

What do you say after meeting someone new? ›

Hello! How are you? Hi. It's nice to meet you.

What do you say in a team meeting? ›

4 What should be included in a staff meeting?
  • Meeting objectives.
  • Recognition of team member achievements.
  • Notable organizational changes or accomplishments.
  • Points to be discussed.
  • Organizational goals.
  • Team member updates and goals.
  • Action items.

What makes a good team answer? ›

What are the qualities of a good team?
  1. A dedication to the company's goals and/or mission.
  2. A willingness to assist a team member with their tasks/duties, when necessary.
  3. Superior written and oral communication skills.
  4. Excellent project management skills.
  5. Strong organization skills.

What are the 3 key needs of a team? ›

Coordination — How does the team prioritize and sequence key activities and events? Communication — Do team members communicate openly with each other? Does the team experience a high-quality exchange of ideas and information? Monitoring team behavior — How is feedback given to team members?

What are the 5 keys to a successful team? ›

5 keys to building a successful team
  • Psychological Safety. Psychological safety is a fundamental component of a successful team. ...
  • Dependability. The second key component of a successful team is dependability. ...
  • Clarity & Structure. ...
  • Meaning & Purpose. ...
  • Impact.

What is a good sentence for flexible? ›

flexible branches swaying in the breeze a material that is both strong and flexible She's been doing exercises to become stronger and more flexible. Our schedule for the weekend is very flexible.

How do you explain adaptability as a strength? ›

Adaptability is a soft skill that means you easily adjust to changing circumstances. An adaptable person in the workplace can keep up with moving priorities, projects, clients, and technology. They're skilled at dealing with changes at work, whether process updates or their work environment.

What is a good sentence for flexibility? ›

The remarkable flexibility of most educational software discourages assessment of the impact in teaching and learning.

How do you say it was a good meeting? ›

Another Way To Say It Was A Pleasure Meeting You
  1. It was great to meet you.
  2. I'm glad I finally got to meet you.
  3. It was nice meeting you.
  4. I'm happy we met.

What do you say to a successful meeting? ›

20 Key Phrases for Successful International Business Meetings in English
  • Welcome, everyone. ...
  • Thank you all for coming at such short notice. ...
  • Now that everyone's here, let's get started… ...
  • The first item on the agenda that we need to discuss today is…
  • Let's look at the first item on the agenda.
  • First, let's talk about…
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What makes a meeting meaningful? ›

Small, well-defined, focused meetings are more productive, more efficient and more meaningful. If you invite everyone with a title vaguely related to one item on the agenda, you'll end up with a room crammed full of people who don't feel responsible (or care) for the outcome of the meeting.

How do you thank someone after a meeting? ›

Using sentences like, “I really appreciated the time you spent with me today. I hope it was time well spent for you, too” or, “Let me start by saying thank you for your time today” are a great place to start. If you can fortify these statements by adding specific reasons why you're thankful, that's even better.

What to text after meeting up? ›

You don't need to stress yourself over what to text after a first date, a simple, short message would do. You can say “ Thank you for today/tonight/last night. It was great to meet / talk to you.”

How do you appreciate after meeting someone? ›

Sample Thank You Email After Meeting

Hi , Thank you for taking the time to meet me today. I appreciate your expertise on the and feel very positive about moving forward with you on this project. I enjoyed the time we spent discussing today, and I am excited to meet you again soon.

How do you reply to all on a team meeting? ›

Step 1: Shift to the Calendar view, and double click the meeting to open it. Step 2: Click the Respond > Reply All on the Meeting tab. See screen shot: Then a replying email is created with subject and recipients of all meeting attendees.

How do you comment on a team meeting? ›

Right-click the meeting event in your Teams calendar, select Chat with participants, and enter your message.

How do you say yes to a team meeting? ›

To accept a meeting click Accept, and then select Send the Response Now. The organizer will now receive an email indicating you have accepted the meeting. 1. Go to your calendar on your Outlook or Teams app, open the meeting you would like to join and click Join Microsoft Teams Meeting.

What is the key to a strong team? ›

The key elements to successful teamwork are trust, communication and effective leadership; a focus on common goals with a collective responsibility for success (or failure). However, without trust and communication the team will have difficulty functioning effectively.

What is the most important in teamwork? ›

Effective communication is the most important part of teamwork. It involves consistently updating each person and never assuming that everyone has the same information. But good teamwork also requires sound listening skills.

What 3 things makes up an effective team? ›

For a team to be truly effective, its members must unite with the same vision and be motivated to bring that vision to life. They must share clear, measurable goals, and be committed to each play their part in the overall success of the group.

What are the 4 C's of teamwork? ›

If you want to establish a team identity, you have to give your team an opportunity to openly discuss the 4 C's of a Team Identity: clarity, commitment, contribution, and concerns. a. Clarify the team's mission and vision. If you do not have a team mission and vision, have your team collaborate and create them.

What are 3 important keys to success? ›

Irrespective of what “Success” means to each, what has been clearly understood that there are three key elements of success. They are - Clarity of Purpose, Growth Mindset, and Courage. Without purpose, it is hard to have a clear direction. It is important to know what you want and what you are striving for.

How do I say I am flexible for a meeting? ›

For example, you might say something like "Are you available to schedule an appointment at some point in the next few weeks? I am flexible and would be happy to work with your schedule." If the person you are speaking with is not able to schedule an appointment, ask if they can direct you to someone who can.

What is a good simple sentence? ›

Simple Sentences

Examples of simple sentences include the following: Joe waited for the train. The train was late. Mary and Samantha took the bus.

How do you write a good short sentence? ›

How to Write Simply: 9 Tips for Writing Short Sentences
  1. Start small. ...
  2. Think about what you're trying to say. ...
  3. Cut down your word count. ...
  4. Break up long sentences into two or more lines. ...
  5. Use the active voice. ...
  6. Remove redundant words. ...
  7. Lose fluff words. ...
  8. Write one-word and two-word sentences.
Jun 7, 2021

How do you show adaptability examples? ›

Look for positive ways to make changes work rather than identifying why change will not work (say "yes" rather than "no" as a first instinct) Adapt to change and new ways of working quickly and easily. Make suggestions for increasing the effectiveness of changes.

How do you say you are flexible and adaptable? ›

The best way to show you're flexible is to write varied accomplishments (i.e. which shows you dipped your feet in a lot of different things), and through listing different job titles (i.e. through a promotion, which shows you had varied leadership responsibilities too).

How do you answer adaptability questions? ›

Tips for answering adaptability interview questions
  1. Be positive. It's important that you show employers that you can have a positive attitude when adjusting to changes. ...
  2. Share examples. ...
  3. Practice honesty. ...
  4. Show your skills. ...
  5. Be open-minded. ...
  6. Embrace the unknown. ...
  7. Be confident.
Mar 1, 2021

How do you describe a flexible person? ›

Some common synonyms of flexible are elastic, resilient, springy, and supple.

What are 5 examples of flexibility? ›

Examples of flexibility activities include:
  • stretching.
  • yoga.
  • tai chi.
  • pilates.

What is a good sentence for ability? ›

He has the ability to bring out the best in others. Her drama teacher spotted her ability. I have confidence in the ability of the players. They repeatedly questioned his leadership abilities.

How do I introduce myself to my new team? ›

How To Communicate Effectively When Introducing Yourself to New Colleagues
  1. Maintain Eye Contact. ...
  2. Positive Body Language. ...
  3. Smile. ...
  4. Offer Culturally Acceptable Greetings. ...
  5. Speak Clearly. ...
  6. Close Conversations. ...
  7. Prepare Yourself for the Introduction. ...
  8. Ensure Your Introduction Suits the Company's Culture.

How do you introduce yourself in a team meet? ›

Phrases to use when introducing yourself professionally
  1. “Hi, my name is __, and I'm a [job title] at [company]”
  2. “Let me introduce myself, I'm…”
  3. “Nice to meet you, my name is…”
  4. “I don't think we've met before — I'm…”
Dec 8, 2022

How do you introduce yourself to a new team example? ›

You can introduce yourself using a shorter version of the introduction you have prepared. For example, you could say, “Hello, I am Vikas. I will be working as the new social media manager in the team and am very excited to work here. Will we be working together a lot?”

How do you introduce yourself professionally? ›

Personal commercial template
  1. Greeting: Hello, my name is (name). ...
  2. Goal: I am looking for (internship/full-time position) at (employer name).
  3. Interest/passion: I am interested in (interests related to the company/industry).
  4. Strengths: I have many skills to contribute including (strengths) and (skills).

What to say when introducing yourself? ›

If you are not sure what to share, your name and job title is a great place to start. If there's an opportunity to elaborate, you can also share other details such as a current project, your expertise, or your geographical location.

What is the best way to introduce your team? ›

Dear team, I am looking forward to working with you! My Name is [NAME], and I have been working as a [JOB TITLE] for the last [TIME] years. I'll be working closely with [DEPARTMENT] on the [PROJECT], and I'm excited to contribute to what looks like incredible work.

What is the best way to introduce yourself in a group? ›

Introduce yourself properly with these 10 tips
  1. Check your attitude. ...
  2. Look the part. ...
  3. Read the room. ...
  4. Listen before you speak. ...
  5. Take initiative. ...
  6. Acknowledge the entire staff. ...
  7. Get your hands on an org chart. ...
  8. Follow up promptly.
Dec 14, 2022

How do you greet a team for the first time? ›

Basically, “I am so excited to meet you. I'm so excited to get to know you. I'm so excited to be working together.” We can frame it any number of ways as long as it starts on a very positive note that says “I am excited, this is going to be good.”

How do you greet in a team meeting? ›

7 Golden Rules for Meeting and Greeting
  1. Stand Up. When you're greeting new people, do so face-to-face. ...
  2. Look 'Em in the Eye. Making eye contact indicates engagement and focus. ...
  3. Smile (and the World Smiles With You) ...
  4. Take the Initiative With a Handshake. ...
  5. Say Who You Are. ...
  6. Observe the Hierarchy. ...
  7. Get the Name Game Right.
Feb 19, 2018

How do you say you are excited to join the team? ›

01“I'm happy to be a part of this team, and I eagerly anticipate your insights and input to help get me up to speed.” This formal response to being put into a team for the first time is good to use when you're working with older or more experienced colleagues. It shows respect.

How do you introduce yourself in a virtual meeting example? ›

The sentences examples are “I'm very excited about this opportunity”, or “I'm so glad to join this class.” There are some ways to mention your name, such as,”Hello, my name is …” , “My full name is ….” , “You can call me ….”

How do you introduce yourself in a new team bio? ›

How to write a short bio
  1. Introduce yourself.
  2. State your company or brand name.
  3. Explain your professional role.
  4. Include professional achievements.
  5. Discuss your passions and values.
  6. Mention your personal interests.
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