Dan Herscovici has been the CEO of Zagster since 2018. He acts as the company’s executive brand ambassador, advocating for its leading micro-mobility operating platform. Dan is also in charge of managing and growing the company’s diverse portfolio of pedal, scooter, and e-bike shares in order to deliver best-in-class experiences to consumers and communities. Alongside his work with Zagster, Dan also currently serves as an investment partner for Edison Partners in Princeton, New Jersey, and an advisory board member for the Internet of Things Consortium, headquartered in San Francisco. He’s a graduate of Boston University, and he holds two post-graduate degrees from Drexel University and the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, respectively.
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Adrian Albus is the Vice President of Markets at Zagster. Since 2017, he’s helped manage day-to-day operations and key business functions, including portfolio management, new business development, and go-to-market strategies for both core and new product initiatives. Before joining Zagster, Adrian worked at Zipcar, acting as Director of Business Innovation and Strategy. In 2012, he was named Manager of Corporate Strategy for ConAgra Foods, where he worked until 2014. During that time, Adrian was also named Adjunct Professor at the University of Nebraska’s College of Business Administration.
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As Vice President of Finance, Sam Milenkov manages all financial responsibilities for Zagster, including but not limited to, financial and operational modeling, accounting, forecasting, and strategic planning. Prior to joining Zagster, Sam worked as Director of Finance for Allied Minds, an IP commercialization company he took public in 2014. Prior to that, he served as Audit Manager for the professional services firm KPMG. Sam is a graduate of Suffolk University, earning an undergraduate degree in international business and accounting, and a master’s degree in accounting. He’s also a CPA with the state of Massachusetts.
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As Founder and Chief Business Officer, Timothy Ericson is the heart and soul of Zagster. He launched the company first as a consultancy, bringing the idea of bike sharing to the U.S. before there was even a single bike share program available in North America. Soon thereafter, Zagster was born. For 11 years, Timothy served as the company’s CEO, and to this day, he still doesn’t own a car. Timothy is a graduate of Drexel University, earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration, and he also volunteers at his alma as a consulting mentor, guest panelist, and entrepreneur advisor.
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As Vice President of Product Development, Bob Mallon is responsible for launching new market innovations, managing product and engineering teams, and driving technology strategy at Zagster. He originally joined the company in 2016 as VP of Product, a role in which Bob managed software application and bike development processes while improving performance, cost, and maintainability. From 2010 to 2015, he worked as VP of Client Services for Modo Labs, a venture-backed SaaS start-up launched at MIT. Bob is also a well-decorated academic: he holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in industrial engineering from Lehigh University, plus an MBA from Babson College.
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Kyla Hanaway is the Director of People Operations at Zagster, where she oversees recruiting and onboarding for all employees and contractors in corporate and field roles, strategic planning, organizational development, and internal communications. Since joining Zagster in 2016, Kyla has been a leader in the company, overseeing a variety of business operations functions. Before that, Kyla served as an administrator in Michael Porter’s Institute of Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School. She graduated from Simmons College with a bachelor’s degree in political science.
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