Board & Staff

Meet our elected board and staff that keep NABSA rolling.

Help shape the future of NABSA and the shared micromobility industry by joining the NABSA Board of Directors! Click Learn More to view info about our nomination and voting process.


Adrian Popovici PBSC 2021 For-profit
Caroline Samponaro Lyft 2021 For-profit
David White Healthy Ride Pittsburgh 2021 Nonprofit
Laurence Wilse-Samson Bird 2021 For-profit
Jake Sion Transit 2021 For-profit
Peter Topalovic City of Hamilton, Ontario 2021 Government
Stefanie Brodie Toole Design Group 2021 For-profit
Aaron Ritz City of Philadelphia 2021 Government
Aaron Goldbeck District Department of Transportation 2022 Government
Amanda Woodall City of Chicago 2022 Government
Benny Foltz Heartland Bike Share 2022 Nonprofit
Karen Haley Indianapolis Cultural Trail & Pacers Bikeshare 2022 Nonprofit
Sophie Nenner Bicycle Transit Systems 2022 For-profit

2021 Board of Directors Nomination & Election Process

The nomination process for open positions on the NABSA Board of Directors begins September 23rd. The following is some information to help you prepare for the board candidacy nomination and election process.

The make-up of the NABSA Board of Directors is as follows:

  • 15 total members
  • 2 seats are allocated to representatives from the two-member for-profit companies with the largest vehicle footprint (data collected through our Shared Micromobility State of the Industry Report project)
  • At any time, there must be at least 3 seats filled by representatives from each of NABSA’s three-member sectors- non-profit, for-profit, and government
  • 2 seats can be filled by representatives from any member category
  • 2 are ex-officio non-voting seats allocated to an attorney and CPA respectively

Terms are two years for all seats, except the two allocated seats, which renew each year.

2021 Nomination and Election Information

Based on the current composition of the NABSA Board of Directors, to meet the above conditions, the following must be filled in the 2021 election.

  • 2 for-profit positions
  • 1 non-profit position
  • 1 government position
  • 2 from any member category

1) The nomination process for open board seats will commence on September 23rd.

  • Anyone in all sectors and in all size member organizations is eligible for nomination
  • Only one candidate from each member organization is eligible for nomination

It is best to self-nominate, so we can collect from you your candidate profile information to be posted on our website.

2) Nominations will close October 8, and candidate profiles will be posted to this webpage for members to familiarize themselves with the candidates.

3) October 12-19, select NABSA member Voting Representatives. Each member organization receives one vote.

4) Candidates will be announced at the 2021 NABSA Virtual Conference Opening Reception October 27th, 5 PM EST.

5) The ballot will open by 7:30 PM EST October 27 and close at the NABSA Annual Meeting around 1 PM EST on October 28th. Like in prior years, we will be using an electronic ballot for the election.

ALL CANDIDATES: Please note the following for your scheduling:

  • Candidates will be announced by name at the Virtual Conference Opening Reception on October 27th.
  • A new board orientation will be held virtually on October 29th, 12-1:30 PM.
  • The NABSA Annual Board Retreat is scheduled for December 8-10. If elected, you will be required to attend. Please ensure you will be available to fulfill this commitment if you are elected.