Fall Symposium Panel
The Parking Association of Georgia is proud to bring a diverse group of experienced industry professionals together in one place. This year's Fall Symposium promises to deliver valuable insight into "Smart Cities". Here are a few bios of our excellent group of panelists:
Debra Lam - Managing Director for Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation at Georgia Tech's Institute for People and Technology
Ms. Debra Lam is the Managing Director of Smart Cities and Inclusive innovation for Georgia Tech, a newly created role to drive smart cities and urban innovation work across the university and beyond.
Jon Ziglar - CEO, Parkmobile
Jon Ziglar is CEO of Parkmobile, the leading provider of mobile and web-based parking and auto-related mobility services. The Parkmobile platform powers a complete range of mobility solutions including on-street parking, off-street garage, airport and event parking reservations, municipal parking permit solutions, fleet solutions, transit ticketing and EV charging payments. Parkmobile’s services have been adopted by over 7.2 million consumers and are available in over 250 cities, 90 universities, 150 venues and major events and 20 airports across the US and Canada.
Mike Critelli - CEO, Cloud Parc
Former CEO and former Chairman of Pitney Bowes – transitioned the Company’s entire installed equipment base from electromechanical and electronic technology to digital networked systems between 1996 and 2007. It was ranked as one of America’s most innovative companies, and in the top 200 of patents issued during Critelli’s tenure. He was awarded 15 U.S. patents that arose during his tenure at Pitney Bowes. He is currently a member of the North American Advisory Boards of Alexander Proudfoot, and CVC Capital Partners, one of the world’s leading private equity firms.
Justin Squillaci - Head of Strategic Relations, SpotHero
Justin Squillaci serves as Head of Strategic Relations for SpotHero, a leading parking reservation service provider. He has been in the parking industry for over 5 years.