Developing turnkey

FLEET SOLUTIONS

where they are needed most

ELECTRIFY YOUR FLEET

ZERO EMISSION FLEET SERVICES 

From vehicles to engineering, financing and operations, a cohesive fleet strategy is what delivers the lowest cost per mile

MOVEMENT OF GOODS is the

#1 contributor of emissions 

that harm the HEALTH OF HUMANS AND OUR PLANET

Meet the team

Choosing a team for your critical operations that has constructed, built and operated complex projects is incredibly important

Matt LeDucq

Chief Executive Officer
  • 15+ Years of experience in renewables business
  • Overseen $5B+ in transactions in EPC, OEM and long term investments
  • Experience leading transactions for utility scale solar, community solar, stand alone storage, electric vehicle, fuel cell & microgrids

Kim Oster

Chief Strategy Officer
  • Advisor and C-suite executive with 30 years in the power industry
  • Experience includes service as Chief Strategy Officer, Chief Development Officer, Board Member or Advisor for a number of leading renewable energy and energy transition companies
  • Successfully developed and financed over $4.5 billion of power projects

 

Rob Kelly

Senior Vice President Sales
  • 12+ Years in Distributed Solar Energy Development
  • 3 years of Electrification of Transportation

 

 

 

 

 

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Prior to becoming CEO of Forum Mobility, Matt was the Executive Director of NextEra Energy’s distributed generation team where he oversaw all greenfield origination, land acquisition, early stage development and M&A. His team built the distributed generation pipeline to nearly $2B in owned assets. Matt has also held various leadership roles with Suntech, Yingli, EI Solutions and PowerLight where he started his career as a construction manager in 2003. He holds a BA from University of Hawaii at Manoa.

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Kim is an executive leader with over 30 years of experience in the power industry. In addition to serving executive roles in strategy and development, Kim has successfully developed and financed over $4.5 billion of power projects. During her tenor at First Solar, Kim rose to become regional head and Vice President where she led the company’s expansion into Latin America and led the development of a 550 MW solar facility in California. Subsequently, Kim co-founded Point Reyes Energy Partners, a solar and storage development and advisory company and served as the Chief Strategy Officer at Cypress Creek Renewables as well as serving as Chief Development Officer at Aypa Power, a Blackstone storage development company. Kim graduated from Williams College and received a MBA and Masters in Environmental Studies from Yale University.

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In 2006 as the 18th employee at SolarCity, Rob made significant contributions in growing the business to employ over 10,000 people, achieve IPO, and be acquired by Tesla. While at SolarCity he originated the first commercial solar projects, created the Arizona Solar Schools Program, and a Privatized Military Housing Solar offering. From solar into the e-mobility market in 2018, he co-founded AMPLY Power a charging infrastructure service provider, where he originated the first few projects, successfully raised a series A round of funding and became the leader in Charge Management Services.

Lien Dinh

Vice President of Development
  • 15+ years of experience in the renewable energy industry
  • Extensive experience with land acquisition, contracts negotiation, due diligence and project financing on over 4GW of renewable energy projects

 

 

 

 

 

David Thornburg

Strategic Advisor
  • Over 30 years of working in US ports with containers, autos, and bulk commodities
  • Extensive knowledge of operations, business development, lease negotiations, marketing, government, and public affairs
  • Advisor and Board Member to some of the nation’s top maritime, logistics organizations, and companies

Jacqueline Bruns

Principal of Finance
  • Executed $3B of project financing for 2GW of renewable energy, including debt, equity, and tax equity
  • Experience pricing offtake agreements for renewable energy projects
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Lien began her career as an in-house attorney working on the development, construction and operations of over 3GW of utility-scale wind projects throughout the United States, including the first wind project in Indiana. Lien later joined First Solar, where she managed the real estate portfolio to support over 8GW of projects, and was responsible for land acquisition, due diligence and the entitlement process for over $6B in projects. First Solar was acquired by Leeward Renewable Energy, where Lien was the Director of Project Execution and managed the real estate and permitting teams.

Lien graduated from UCLA, and received a JD from the University of San Francisco School of Law.

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For over 30 years, David has held (and still holds today) Executive and Director positions in port-centric goods movement companies, finding solutions for companies that wish to think beyond existing practices and mindsets. He has built meaningful relationships and networks with engineers, port executives and admin staff, government elected officials and staff, logistic providers, and OEMs throughout his career. Extensive organizational leadership in Marine Advisory Commission, marine and transportation associations, Chambers of Commerce, and international business groups. Graduate from CA State University Long Beach, Political Science, and International Relations.

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Jacqueline began her career doing M&A investment banking in the Power & Utilities Group at Wells Fargo Securities. She later moved to the Finance and Capital Markets team at Invenergy, where she executed over $3 billion of debt and equity transactions to finance the construction and operation of over 2GW of renewable energy projects, including the largest wind project in the United States. She studied Finance at the University of Notre Dame.

Topher Wood

Co-Founder
  • 13+ Years of experience in renewables
  • Over $2.5B in executed solar EPC project experience
  • Manufacturing Engineering Degree from James Madison University and a Masters in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology

Bobby Batista

Co-Founder
  • 10+ Years of experience in solar development & engineering management
  • Over 1.5GW of solar project experience
  • Known for creating & optimizing best practices for performance, engineering and equipment that become industry standards

Tom Dodson

Co-Founder
  • 20+ Years of experience in thermal & renewable power projects
  • Licensed contractor & professional engineer in 20+ states
  • Civil Engineering Degree from Cornell University; Masters Degrees from Penn State University & the University of Florida

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As Co-Founder of both i1 Energy (now Forum Energy Partners) and Amec Foster Wheeler’s Solar EPC Group, Topher has led and grown one of the largest Solar EPC portfolios in the country. His dedication to project quality has proven successful, garnering repeat customers across regulated utilities, the military, as well as some of the largest third party financed projects in operation today. Prior to solar, Topher was supply chain and quality engineer for Toyota Motors.

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Prior to co-founding i1 Energy (now Forum Energy Partners) and Amec Foster Wheeler’s solar group, Bobby led technical development efforts for some of the early solar PPA projects and worked for Lockheed Martin’s Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory. He has also been the lead engineer for some of the largest projects in the US and Canada, optimizing the design and performance process to create $100s of millions in value to project owners. Bobby holds a mechanical engineering degree from Stanford University.

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Prior to co-founding i1 Energy (now Forum Energy Partners), Tom was the President of Amec Foster Wheeler Power division, which he grew from $1B to over $1.8B annually. This growth was driven by focusing on integrated engineering and construction services, notably turn-key renewable projects; and his commitment to people and partnerships.

Matt LeDucq

Chief Executive Officer
  • 15+ Years of experience in renewables business
  • Overseen $5B+ in transactions in EPC, OEM and long term investments
  • Experience leading transactions for utility scale solar, community solar, stand alone storage, electric vehicle, fuel cell & microgrids
Read More

Prior to becoming CEO of Forum Mobility, Matt was the Executive Director of NextEra Energy’s distributed generation team where he oversaw all greenfield origination, land acquisition, early stage development and M&A. His team built the distributed generation pipeline to nearly $2B in owned assets. Matt has also held various leadership roles with Suntech, Yingli, EI Solutions and PowerLight where he started his career as a construction manager in 2003. He holds a BA from University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Kim Oster

Chief Strategy Officer
  • Advisor and C-suite executive with 30 years in the power industry
  • Experience includes service as Chief Strategy Officer, Chief Development Officer, Board Member or Advisor for a number of leading renewable energy and energy transition companies
  • Successfully developed and financed over $4.5 billion of power projects
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Kim is an executive leader with over 30 years of experience in the power industry. In addition to serving executive roles in strategy and development, Kim has successfully developed and financed over $4.5 billion of power projects. During her tenor at First Solar, Kim rose to become regional head and Vice President where she led the company’s expansion into Latin America and led the development of a 550 MW solar facility in California. Subsequently, Kim co-founded Point Reyes Energy Partners, a solar and storage development and advisory company and served as the Chief Strategy Officer at Cypress Creek Renewables as well as serving as Chief Development Officer at Aypa Power, a Blackstone storage development company. Kim graduated from Williams College and received a MBA and Masters in Environmental Studies from Yale University.

Rob Kelly

Senior Vice President Business Development
  • 12+ Years in Distributed Solar Energy Development
  • 3 years of Electrification of Transportation
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In 2006 as the 18th employee at SolarCity, Rob made significant contributions in growing the business to employ over 10,000 people, achieve IPO, and be acquired by Tesla. While at SolarCity he originated the first commercial solar projects, created the Arizona Solar Schools Program, and a Privatized Military Housing Solar offering. From solar into the e-mobility market in 2018, he co-founded AMPLY Power a charging infrastructure service provider, where he originated the first few projects, successfully raised a series A round of funding and became the leader in Charge Management Services.

Lien Dinh

Lien Dinh

Vice President of Development
  • 15+ years of experience in the renewable energy industry
  • Extensive experience with land acquisition, contracts negotiation, due diligence and project financing on over 4GW of renewable energy projects
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Lien began her career as an in-house attorney working on the development, construction and operations of over 3GW of utility-scale wind projects throughout the United States, including the first wind project in Indiana. Lien later joined First Solar, where she managed the real estate portfolio to support over 8GW of projects, and was responsible for land acquisition, due diligence and the entitlement process for over $6B in projects. First Solar was acquired by Leeward Renewable Energy, where Lien was the Director of Project Execution and managed the real estate and permitting teams.

Lien graduated from UCLA, and received a JD from the University of San Francisco School of Law.

Lien Dinh

David Thornburg

Strategic Advisor
  • Over 30 years of working in US ports with containers, autos, and bulk commodities
  • Extensive knowledge of operations, business development, lease negotiations, marketing, government, and public affairs
  • Advisor and Board Member to some of the nation’s top maritime, logistics organizations, and companies
Read More

For over 30 years, David has held (and still holds today) Executive and Director positions in port-centric goods movement companies, finding solutions for companies that wish to think beyond existing practices and mindsets. He has built meaningful relationships and networks with engineers, port executives and admin staff, government elected officials and staff, logistic providers, and OEMs throughout his career. Extensive organizational leadership in Marine Advisory Commission, marine and transportation associations, Chambers of Commerce, and international business groups. Graduate from CA State University Long Beach, Political Science, and International Relations.

Jacqueline Bruns

Jacqueline Bruns

Principal of Finance
  • Executed $3B of project financing for 2GW of renewable energy, including debt, equity, and tax equity
  • Experience pricing offtake agreements for renewable energy projects
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Jacqueline began her career doing M&A investment banking in the Power & Utilities Group at Wells Fargo Securities. She later moved to the Finance and Capital Markets team at Invenergy, where she executed over $3 billion of debt and equity transactions to finance the construction and operation of over 2GW of renewable energy projects, including the largest wind project in the United States. She studied Finance at the University of Notre Dame.

Topher Wood

Co-Founder
  • 13+ Years of experience in renewables
  • Over $2.5B in executed solar EPC project experience
  • Manufacturing Engineering Degree from James Madison University and a Masters in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology
Read More

As Co-Founder of both i1 Energy (now Forum Energy Partners) and Amec Foster Wheeler’s Solar EPC Group, Topher has led and grown one of the largest Solar EPC portfolios in the country. His dedication to project quality has proven successful, garnering repeat customers across regulated utilities, the military, as well as some of the largest third party financed projects in operation today. Prior to solar, Topher was supply chain and quality engineer for Toyota Motors.

Bobby Batista

Co-Founder
  • 10+ Years of experience in solar development & engineering management
  • Over 1.5GW of solar project experience
  • Known for creating & optimizing best practices for performance, engineering and equipment that become industry standards
Read More

Prior to co-founding i1 Energy (now Forum Energy Partners) and Amec Foster Wheeler’s solar group, Bobby led technical development efforts for some of the early solar PPA projects and worked for Lockheed Martin’s Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory. He has also been the lead engineer for some of the largest projects in the US and Canada, optimizing the design and performance process to create $100s of millions in value to project owners. Bobby holds a mechanical engineering degree from Stanford University.

Tom Dodson

Co-Founder
  • 20+ Years of experience in thermal & renewable power projects
  • Licensed contractor & professional engineer in 20+ states
  • Civil Engineering Degree from Cornell University; Masters Degrees from Penn State University & the University of Florida
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Prior to co-founding i1 Energy (now Forum Energy Partners), Tom was the President of Amec Foster Wheeler Power division, which he grew from $1B to over $1.8B annually. This growth was driven by focusing on integrated engineering and construction services, notably turn-key renewable projects; and his commitment to people and partnerships.

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DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE

Reporting to the VP of Development, the Development Associate is responsible for the development of electric charging depots as a key member of a regional team charged with the strategy, development and execution of Forum’s electric charging pipeline. The position will support development advancement of a portfolio of projects and will work with the Origination, Engineering, Project Finance and Construction teams across the full project lifecycle required to bring projects to successful commercial operation. Candidates should have prior professional land or project development experience with familiarity across project siting, land and real estate, and regulatory and environmental permitting. Candidates should also have experience with engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) engagement and have been through one or more successful project financing processes.

Company Overview:
Forum Mobility, a zero-emission fleet and infrastructure provider, is implementing one of the most ambitious heavy-duty fleet electrification programs in the United States, offering excellent customer experience at a lower cost per mile than combustion engines. Our comprehensive, vertically integrated solution delivers a seamless transition for small and large fleet operators, ensuring rapid conversion to a zero-emission future. For more information, please visit www.forummobility.com.

Principal Responsibilities & Key Results:
· Support project development team on a multitude of tasks related to interconnection, site analysis, competitive analysis, contract negotiations, and various other tasks as needed.
· Conduct U.S. market review analyzing local and federal policy for electric charging infrastructure, identifying key potential regions for growth, and characterizing key customers by region.
· Coordinate gathering of multiple sources of information to support the submittal of bid packages in response to Request for Proposals (RFPs).
· Maintain industry relationships/contacts and current knowledge of market drivers, industry trends and competitive dynamics to facilitate proactive development posture and early-mover positioning as opportunities materialize.
· Understand key incentive requirements to support grant applications, and assist with responses to incentive and grant proposals identified by the Policy team.
· Support the development of complex projects from initial project proposal and siting, permitting, design, interconnection, approval, contracting, financing and handover to construction.
· Identify, propose, and implement creative or alternative project development approaches that reduce exposure to permitting risks, optimize development schedules or create additional project value.
· Manage and administer development services agreements with local/regional development partners; manage a network of local project stakeholders (e.g., technical consultants, surveyors, land-persons etc.)
· Collaborate with the engineering team and external consultants to evaluate site layouts and constraints, technology options, schedule implications, interconnection applications and studies.
· Support the negotiation and diligence of critical project contracts and agreements.
· Manage project budgets and schedules, including navigating internal project stage-gate reviews and investment decisions.

Qualifications:
· Bachelor’s degree required, with relevant housing development experience, renewable energy coursework or an internship a must.
· Experience and familiarity with all facets of land development: landowner engagement and negotiation/contracting, title resolution, subdivision, land (ALTA) surveys, GIS and other real estate elements.
· Experience managing project schedules and project budgets, as well as understanding of key project value levers (commercial, financial, etc.).
· Strong written (PowerPoint) and oral communication skills.
· Self-starter with strong knowledge of business fundamentals.
· Strong problem solving skills with experience interacting as an individual and a group contributor.
· Strong interpersonal and communication skills with ability to successfully communicate in all situations with internal and external stakeholders.
· Ability to manage simultaneous projects/work streams, set priorities, and exercise independent judgment.

Travel:
· As needed, up to 20% of time
Reporting Relationships:
· Reports to VP of Development

Forum Mobility, Inc., is committed to employing a diverse workforce, and provides equal employment opportunity for all individuals regardless of race, color, gender, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a protected veteran, genetic information, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

DIRECTOR OR SENIOR MANAGER OF POLICY

Our company is solving one of the biggest problems of our generation – the transition from combustion to electric engines. We are taking this on by addressing one of the largest carbon and NOX emitting segments in all of transportation. Our company will solve this problem while creating great value for our customers. For more information, please visit www.forummobility.com.

Job description:
Reporting to the Chief Strategy Officer, the Director of Policy will lead Forum Mobility’s day-to-day policy efforts, with a primary focus on California. This candidate will track policy, advocate for policy with other Forum team members and secure incentive and grants. The Director of Policy will interact and drive daily efforts with internal and external stakeholders. This candidate will, along with other Forum team members, represent and advocate for the company with outside stakeholders including government agencies, such as the California Air Resources Board and the California Energy Commission as well as policy groups such as CALSTART, industry groups, community groups and environmental non-profits. As the policy leader, this person will need to have strong communication and organizational skills as well as be a self-starter. As our organization grows this job will too. Come grow with Forum Mobility!

Principal Responsibilities & Key Results:
· Policy expertise
Develop a comprehensive understanding of policies and incentives that drive the electric truck business for the movement of goods to and from ports in California and other states. Track new legislation that could impact Forum Mobility’s business and report to senior management on legislative and regulatory developments.
· Advocacy
Work with the Forum Mobility team to advocate for policy changes. Participate in workshops held by governing agencies as well as policy initiatives by outside stakeholders including CALSTART, industry groups, environmental groups, and community groups. Support Forum Team in providing written and oral comments on proposed policy and regulations.
· Incentive procurement
Research, evaluate and lead procurement of incentives and grants. Bring in internal and external expertise, as needed.
· Policy and market research
Provide research on policy to determine impact on Forum Mobility and support the expansion into new states with market research.
· Leadership
Grow policy team as we grow to develop a second-to-none, electric trucking organization.

Qualifications:
· Candidates should have prior professional policy experience with a preference for candidates with mobility experience. The position will be remote initially, but over time the company intends to develop limited “core hours” in a Bay Area office where our team can spend time together. Preference for candidates in the Bay Area or Sacramento.
· We will consider candidates with less experience and the ability to grow quickly. Candidate would be a Senior Manager with the expectation of stepping up to Director role within a year.

Travel:
· As needed, up to 20% of time
Reporting:
· Reports to Chief Strategy Officer

Compensation:
· Forum offers competitive compensation and benefits, including 401k matching, as well as flexible hours. We believe that sustainability applies to our employees!

Contact: kim.oster@forummobility.com

Forum Mobility, Inc., is committed to employing a diverse workforce, and provides equal employment opportunity for all individuals regardless of race, color, gender, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a protected veteran, genetic information, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE

Reporting to the VP of Development, the Development Associate is responsible for the development of electric charging depots as a key member of a regional team charged with the strategy, development and execution of Forum’s electric charging pipeline. The position will support development advancement of a portfolio of projects and will work with the Origination, Engineering, Project Finance and Construction teams across the full project lifecycle required to bring projects to successful commercial operation. Candidates should have prior professional land or project development experience with familiarity across project siting, land and real estate, and regulatory and environmental permitting. Candidates should also have experience with engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) engagement and have been through one or more successful project financing processes.

Company Overview:
Forum Mobility, a zero-emission fleet and infrastructure provider, is implementing one of the most ambitious heavy-duty fleet electrification programs in the United States, offering excellent customer experience at a lower cost per mile than combustion engines. Our comprehensive, vertically integrated solution delivers a seamless transition for small and large fleet operators, ensuring rapid conversion to a zero-emission future. For more information, please visit www.forummobility.com.

Principal Responsibilities & Key Results:
· Support project development team on a multitude of tasks related to interconnection, site analysis, competitive analysis, contract negotiations, and various other tasks as needed.
· Conduct U.S. market review analyzing local and federal policy for electric charging infrastructure, identifying key potential regions for growth, and characterizing key customers by region.
· Coordinate gathering of multiple sources of information to support the submittal of bid packages in response to Request for Proposals (RFPs).
· Maintain industry relationships/contacts and current knowledge of market drivers, industry trends and competitive dynamics to facilitate proactive development posture and early-mover positioning as opportunities materialize.
· Understand key incentive requirements to support grant applications, and assist with responses to incentive and grant proposals identified by the Policy team.
· Support the development of complex projects from initial project proposal and siting, permitting, design, interconnection, approval, contracting, financing and handover to construction.
· Identify, propose, and implement creative or alternative project development approaches that reduce exposure to permitting risks, optimize development schedules or create additional project value.
· Manage and administer development services agreements with local/regional development partners; manage a network of local project stakeholders (e.g., technical consultants, surveyors, land-persons etc.)
· Collaborate with the engineering team and external consultants to evaluate site layouts and constraints, technology options, schedule implications, interconnection applications and studies.
· Support the negotiation and diligence of critical project contracts and agreements.
· Manage project budgets and schedules, including navigating internal project stage-gate reviews and investment decisions.

Qualifications:
· Bachelor’s degree required, with relevant housing development experience, renewable energy coursework or an internship a must.
· Experience and familiarity with all facets of land development: landowner engagement and negotiation/contracting, title resolution, subdivision, land (ALTA) surveys, GIS and other real estate elements.
· Experience managing project schedules and project budgets, as well as understanding of key project value levers (commercial, financial, etc.).
· Strong written (PowerPoint) and oral communication skills.
· Self-starter with strong knowledge of business fundamentals.
· Strong problem solving skills with experience interacting as an individual and a group contributor.
· Strong interpersonal and communication skills with ability to successfully communicate in all situations with internal and external stakeholders.
· Ability to manage simultaneous projects/work streams, set priorities, and exercise independent judgment.

Travel:
· As needed, up to 20% of time
Reporting Relationships:
· Reports to VP of Development

Forum Mobility, Inc., is committed to employing a diverse workforce, and provides equal employment opportunity for all individuals regardless of race, color, gender, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a protected veteran, genetic information, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

DIRECTOR OR SENIOR MANAGER OF POLICY

Our company is solving one of the biggest problems of our generation – the transition from combustion to electric engines. We are taking this on by addressing one of the largest carbon and NOX emitting segments in all of transportation. Our company will solve this problem while creating great value for our customers. For more information, please visit www.forummobility.com.

Job description:
Reporting to the Chief Strategy Officer, the Director of Policy will lead Forum Mobility’s day-to-day policy efforts, with a primary focus on California. This candidate will track policy, advocate for policy with other Forum team members and secure incentive and grants. The Director of Policy will interact and drive daily efforts with internal and external stakeholders. This candidate will, along with other Forum team members, represent and advocate for the company with outside stakeholders including government agencies, such as the California Air Resources Board and the California Energy Commission as well as policy groups such as CALSTART, industry groups, community groups and environmental non-profits. As the policy leader, this person will need to have strong communication and organizational skills as well as be a self-starter. As our organization grows this job will too. Come grow with Forum Mobility!

Principal Responsibilities & Key Results:
· Policy expertise
Develop a comprehensive understanding of policies and incentives that drive the electric truck business for the movement of goods to and from ports in California and other states. Track new legislation that could impact Forum Mobility’s business and report to senior management on legislative and regulatory developments.
· Advocacy
Work with the Forum Mobility team to advocate for policy changes. Participate in workshops held by governing agencies as well as policy initiatives by outside stakeholders including CALSTART, industry groups, environmental groups, and community groups. Support Forum Team in providing written and oral comments on proposed policy and regulations.
· Incentive procurement
Research, evaluate and lead procurement of incentives and grants. Bring in internal and external expertise, as needed.
· Policy and market research
Provide research on policy to determine impact on Forum Mobility and support the expansion into new states with market research.
· Leadership
Grow policy team as we grow to develop a second-to-none, electric trucking organization.

Qualifications:
· Candidates should have prior professional policy experience with a preference for candidates with mobility experience. The position will be remote initially, but over time the company intends to develop limited “core hours” in a Bay Area office where our team can spend time together. Preference for candidates in the Bay Area or Sacramento.
· We will consider candidates with less experience and the ability to grow quickly. Candidate would be a Senior Manager with the expectation of stepping up to Director role within a year.

Travel:
· As needed, up to 20% of time
Reporting:
· Reports to Chief Strategy Officer

Compensation:
· Forum offers competitive compensation and benefits, including 401k matching, as well as flexible hours. We believe that sustainability applies to our employees!

Contact: kim.oster@forummobility.com

Forum Mobility, Inc., is committed to employing a diverse workforce, and provides equal employment opportunity for all individuals regardless of race, color, gender, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a protected veteran, genetic information, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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