OUR MISSION

Bring micromobility infrastructure to cities while protecting the integrity, access, and safety of sidewalks for all pedestrians.

OUR VISION

Help cities thrive by empowering the global micromobility movement with a seamless, “smart,” green and accessible infrastructure offering.

Maximizing Micromobility

GetCharged, Inc. (“Charge”) is a micromobility company dedicated to building the largest network of electric charging, storage and service stations for e-scooters and e-bikes. The Company’s docking stations will be installed in privately and publicly owned parking garages, lots, spaces and college campuses throughout major markets around the world, providing a convenient, safe and cost-effective space to charge, store and service e-vehicles, while reducing e-vehicle clutter on city streets and sidewalks. Charge has entered into numerous agreements with garage operators and property owners securing a network of nearly 2,500 locations to install Charge’s docking stations. Charge is also developing a proprietary mobile application that will interface with its docking stations and provide users with available locations as well as real-time e-vehicle availability of partnered rideshare platforms.

Meet the Team

Andrew Fox

Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder

Dan Waldman

Chief Operating Officer, Co-Founder

Caen Contee

Co-Founder,
Strategy

Lea Bajc

Chief Revenue Officer,
Founding Team

Rich Pleeth

SVP, EMEA, Head of IR

Mark Lojek

Head of Product

Luke Workman

Battery Scientist

Ivan Bertona

SVP, Engineering

Noa Khamallah

VP, Government Affairs

Quemuel Arroyo

Global Head of Community

Luke Workman

Battery Scientist

Advisors

Brad O'Neil

CEO, Co-Founder
Depot Global

Charles E. Boyce

Technology Partner
Boyce Technologies

Salvatore Cassano

Special Advisor, Safety
Former FDNY Commisioner

David Brause

Advisor
CEO, Brause Realty

Erika Guerrero

Battery Expert
Energy Storage Solutions

Jason Finger

Advisor
Founder, Seamless

Stan Kleger

Business Development
Natlane Equities

Michael Lerner

General Counsel
Lowenstein