Meet our team that has extensive experience in the field of new and shared mobility.
In the membership structure of the Mobile City Association there are nearly 20 people representing the associated companies (supporting members). They constitute a group of individuals with a unique set of competences and experiences that greatly enrich our organisation. Among these people, the General Assembly regularly elects the association’s Board and Council, which is the supervisory body of the association. Below we present the profiles of people belonging to these bodies.
Association’s management team:
- Adam Jędrzejewski – founder and CEO of the association since its establishment; one of the pioneers of shared and new mobility in Poland; he aims to transform cities into less car-dependent through shared economy, the MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service) paradigm, parking policies and public-private partnerships as a formula of executing public tasks combining the competences of business and the public administration
- Kuba Muscat – candidate for the CEO of the association; transport economist; he plans and models transport demand; urban sociologist; consultant for urban transport projects and breakthrough technologies; analyst of European projects on MaaS; PhD student at UCL; analyzes the impact of new technologies on the demand and development of urban transport
- Weronika Wesołowska – data analyst at SharedMobility.ai; expert on urban innovations at the Polish Development Fund (PFR Group)
- Grzegorz Młynarski – in the association responsible for strategy and development; a sociologist of the city and everyday life, an institutional economist; on a daily basis he manages the service thinking agency – s360; consultant and author of social projects and initiatives; member of the “Resilient City” research team at the 4CAST Center for Climate Action and Social Transformations; manager and coordinator of the national research project at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics: “Shaping consumer behavior through the shared mobility strategy”; lecturer at SGH, SWPS and ASP; PhD student at SGH
- Magdalena Mazur – head of the public policy team for Poland and Hungary at Bolt; member of the Management Board of the WiseEuropa think tank; previously associated with Facebook, SGH Warsaw School of Economics and the School for Leaders Foundation
- Leszek Leśniak – managing director of Panek CarSharing from the beginning of the service; associated with mobility and car rental services since 2004; originator and co-founder of the first and largest Polish information web portal on car sharing – autonaminuty.org; graduate of Executive MBA studies as well as of Sociology and Management; since 2018, he has been sharing his knowledge and experience on shared mobility at the postgraduate studies “Car Fleet and Mobility Management” at the Warsaw University of Technology