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June 27, 2024
1-7pm PDT │ UCI Beall Applied Innovation

Driving Mobility 11


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What is the Driving Mobility Event?

Driving Mobility has emerged as a premier event focused on the evolving trends in mobility and advanced transportation.

This symposium and EXPO will bring together, IN- PERSON, statewide and regional leaders to discuss electrification, V2X, hydrogen/fuel cell, OEM and investor trends, connected vehicles, mobility as a service, incentives, policy & legislation and sustainability.

Brendan O’Donnell Regional Sales Manager, ChargePoint

Brendan O'Donnell

Sales Director, Public Sector, North America


Venus Jenkins


ChargeNet Stations

Eric Curtis

Group Commute Manager

Commute with Enterprise

Matt-Miyasato, FirstElement Fuel, Inc.

Matt Miyasato

Chief Public Policy & Programs Officer

FirstElement Fuel, Inc.

Allison Kale

Section Manager, Specialized Transit Services

OC Transportation Authority

Aaron Katzenstein, Deputy Executive Officer, Technology Advancement Office, South Coast AQMD

Aaron Katzenstein

Deputy Executive Officer, Technology Advancement Office

South Coast AQMD

Aravind Kailas, Advanced Technology Policy Director, Volvo Group N.A.

Aravind Kailas

Advanced Technology Policy Director

Volvo Group N.A.

Karyn Torres

Commute Sales Executive

Commute with Enterprise

Elissa Thomas

Director, Sustainability and Transportation Demand Management

California State University, Fullerton

Dong Tran



Robert Kruse

President & CEO


Richard Hatfield


Lightning Motorcycles


Gold Sponsors:

Commute with Enterprise

Commute with Enterprise offers an easy and cost-effective vanpool program for employees to get to and from work. Enterprise helps your company assemble employees and manage their routes. They provide a recent-model SUVs, Minivans, or Passenger Vans in a full turnkey package that includes all insurance, maintenance, and roadside assistance. Commute with Enterprise is on contract with over 90 Transit Agencies in the United States to provide this vanpool service as a form of public transportation and as a result the vans receive a subsidy from the agencies. Last year, Commute took over 49,000 vehicles off the road and reduced 405,000 Metric Tons of CO2 through its programs!

South Coast Air Quality Management District

South Coast AQMD is the regulatory agency responsible for improving air quality for large areas of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties, including the Coachella Valley. The region is home to more than 17 million people–44% of the population of the entire state of California.


Ryvid is not a motorcycle company; it’s a light mobility company with a mission to make more efficient, lightweight and eco-friendly vehicles that are less resource-intensive. The company is on a mission to enable more sustainable and enjoyable personal mobility. For their bikes, you can purchase any replacement part, from complete sub-assemblies down to each individual bolt.

Bronze Sponsor:

Orange County Power Authority

The Orange County Power Authority (OCPA) is part of a growing movement in California that is providing millions of electricity users in local communities an important and critical choice to embrace a cleaner energy future. Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) programs, just like OCPA, enable local government control over how and where electricity is purchased. It allows local cities and counties to opt into a CCA program and offer customers (residential, commercial and municipalities) the opportunity to select the source of their electricity and the rate they want to pay. The more renewable energy – generated from sun, wind, water, geothermal and biomass – the more a customer is contributing to a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable future.