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Mobility’s board of directors and executive board.

The Board of Directors of the Mobility Cooperative

Frank Boller

Education
Business studies at Boston University

Career

Since 2016
Chief Executive Officer, green.ch, Brugg

Since 2012
President of the Board of Directors of Mobility Cooperative

Since 2008
Member of the Board of Directors of Mobility Cooperative

2009 - 2015
Independent management consultant

2005 - 2009
Vice-President, Consumer Markets division Cablecom

2003 - 2008
Member of the Board of Directors of Mobility Support Inc.

2003 - 2005
Divisional Chief Operating Officer Wireline and Internet, TDC Switzerland

2001 - 2003
Obtree Technologies Inc., Basel, CEO and Delegate of the Board of Directors. Responsible for the software companys global business and restructuring

2000 - 2001
Chief Executive Officer, diAx telecommunications, Zurich

1983 - 1999
Hewlett Packard (Switzerland) AG, Urdorf, first as sales manager then general manager

In addition to his main occupation, Frank Boller is chairman of apprenticeship platform Yousty AG and vice-chairman of SwissICT, the primary representative of the ICT workplace in Switzerland and the industry’s largest trade association. He is also on the board of directors of utilities provider WWZ Telekom AG.

Frank Boller

since 2008, President
Expert in: Corporate management, corporate strategy, IT strategy

Rolf Georg Schmid

Education

University of St. Gallen, Master of Economics (lic. oec. HSG)

Current mandates

Since 2017
Member of the Board of Directors, Mobiliar Insurance Career

Since 2016
Member of the Board of Directors, Competec Holding AG/BRACK.ch

Since 2008
Member of the Board of Directors and since 2016 Vice President of the Board of Directors, Kuhn-Rikon AG

2005 - 2017
Delegate/member of the Board of Directors, Mobiliar Insurance Career

Career

Since 2017
Managing Director and owner, RS Mandate AG (Board-, Advisory- &Management Mandates)

1996 - 2016
CEO Mammut Sports Group and member of the Group Executive Board conzetta AG

1991 - 1995
Managing Director and Delegate of the Board of Directors, Corona Holidays

1989 - 1990
Deputy Director, CFC Management Consulting AG. Oversight of miscellaneous mandates, including restructuring a Swiss tour operator

1987 - 1989
Regional Marketing and Sales Manager, Tissot, Biel/Bienne. Responsibility for the German, Austrian, Spanish and Portuguese markets. Latterly MD of Tissot Spain and based in Madrid.

Rolf Georg Schmid

since 2012, Vice-President
Expert in: Brand development, marketing strategy, finance

Sabine Kilgus

Education

Graduation and habilitation at the University of Zurich, PD Dr. iur. 
Academic studies at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia (LL.M) 
Attorney-at-law, Canton of Zurich

Current mandate

Since 2013
President of SRO TREUHAND|SUISSE

Since 2011
Member of the Board of Directors Federal Audit Oversight Authority, vice-president since 2012

Since 2009
Member of the foundation board of myclimate - the climate protection partnership

Since 2004
Judge in arbitration proceedings at PolyReg, a self-regulatory organisation established to combat money laundering

Career

Since 2015 in addition
Associate Professor of Civil and Business Law, in particular Financial Market Law at the University of St. Gallen

Since 2014
Attorney at law at Losinger Willimann & Donghi, Zurich

Since 1998
Lecturer at the Universities of Zurich and St. Gallen

2005 - 2014
Staff member and consultant at the law firm of Legis Rechtsanwälte AG, Zurich 

2008 - 2011
Member of the Board of Directors, FINMA

1990 - 2004
Staff member at the law firm of Homburger AG (then Homburger Rechtsanwälte), Zurich

1987 - 1989
Auditor and legal secretary at the District Court in Zurich

Sabine Kilgus

since 2011, Board of Directors
Expert in: Law

Arnd Bätzner

Education

PhD Candidate, thesis in progress on the urban impact of short- to middle-range elevated transportation infrastructure. Analysis of networked skybridges, urban aerial lifts and people movers in dense urban spaces in Asia and Latin America. Supervised by University of St.Gallen (Institute for Systemic Management and Public Governance), Co-Supervision by ETH Zurich (Urban Think-Tank Chair).

PhD studies in strategic management, University of St.Gallen

Physicist, MSc, ETH Zurich, specialization in Particle Physics, Secondary Subject: Design and Operation of Public Transportation Systems

Pianist, Certificate of Studies in Music, Federation of Geneva Schools of Music, Class of François Creux

Current Mandates

Transportation Research Board of the U.S. National Academies of Science, Member of Standing Committees for Rail Transit Systems, Paratransit and Intermodal Passenger Facilities, Washington, D.C. (USA)

International Association of Public Transport UITP, Member of the Working Group on Shared Personalised Autonomous Connected vEhicles (SPACE), Brussels (B)

French Ministries for Transport and for Ecological and Integrative Transition, Working Group on Societal Implications of Autonomous Vehicles, Paris (F)

Urban Standards Ltd., Projects mainly focusing on new urban metrics and integration of passenger and cargo logistics, Munich (D)

CetraRuddy Architecture, Development of an integrated transportation vision for a new master plan for the Borough of Staten Island, New York City, NY (USA)

Career

since 2011
Consulting on mobilities and spatial development with particular focus on (1) interdependence of urban design and transportation, (2) integration of demand-responsive and new modes with high-capacity fixed route transit

Member of the working group establishing the norm DIN SPEC 91340 on new smart urban mobility

Numerous Presentations mainly on the integration of shared and on-demand transportation with fixed route and on the societal, economic and urban implications of autonomous vehicle deployment

Teaching: Invited guest critic, organization of research field trips, co-supervision of bachelor and master students on projects in the field of urban form and new mobility (ETH Zurich Institute for Transport Planning and Systems and School of Architecture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

ETH Zurich Commission for Student Events, Head of Transportation

 

from 2007
Independant Business Consultant, Focus on Strategy Development for Small and Medium Entreprises

2004-2006
Trainee, Swiss International Air Lines, Corporate Strategy and Marketing

2003-2004
Project Manager International Relations, ETH Zurich

2002-2003
Coordinator and Co-Founder of National Student Association AES-VSH

2000-2002
Delegate on the Strategic Management and Controlling Board of the Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology (ETH Board)

1998-2002
President and Chairman, ETH Zurich Students' Union

2000-2001
Trainee, Credit Suisse First Boston, Economic Research and Debt Capital Markets 1998-2000 IT Support Staff, IT Services, ETH Zürich

Arnd Bätzner

since 2011, Board of Directors
Expert in: National and international mobility markets

Philippe Biéler

Education

University of Lausanne: Licentiate degree in law as well as social sciences and psychopedagogy

Current mandate

Member of the Board of Directors of the Grand Hôtel du Cervin à St-Luc SA

Career

2005 - 2017
President of the Department of Homeland Security in Switzerland

2003
Vice President of the Privy Council

1998
President of the Privy Council

1997
Vice President of the Privy Council

1994 - 2003
Privy councillor for the Waatland cantonal government, elected via the eco-list (Green Party):
 - 1994 - 1996: Director of the Department of Justice, Police and Military Matters  - 1996 - 1998: Director of the Department of Social Security and Insurance  
 - 1998 - 2003: Director of the Department of Infrastructure (including transport and planning)

1988 - 1994
Secrétaire Romand (contact person for the French-speaking region of Switzerland) of the Swiss Tenants Association (ASLOCA)

1981 - 1987
Cantonal Secretary of the Waatland Tenants Association

1978 - 1980
Secrétaire Romand (contact person for the French-speaking region of Switzerland) of the Swiss National Youth Council (SNYC) in Bern

Philippe Biéler

since 2010, Board of Directors
Expert in: Cooperative structure, cooperative culture

The Executive Committee of the Mobility Cooperative

Patrick Marti

Education

CAS Cross Channel Management
Executive MBA
Postgraduate degree in General Management
Marketing planner (Swiss federal certificate)
Training as a business assistant

Career

Since August 2016
Chief Executive Officer of the Mobility Cooperative

2011 - 2016
Head of Retail Stores (Managing Director), melectronics

2009 - 2011
Category Manager Multimedia, melectronics

2000 - 2008
Various positions (PM, Category Field Manager), Migros-Genossenschafts-Bund

Patrick Marti

Managing Director Mobility Cooperative (CEO)

Adamo Bonorva

Education

Executive MBA
Business Administration HF
Marketing Planning
Technical traineeship

Career

Since November 2011
Divisional Manager, Mobility car sharing Switzerland

2009 - 2011
Self-employed/freelance

2007 - 2009
Managing Director, Auto Meter AG

2000 - 2007
Commercial Manager, Auto Meter AG

1996 - 2000
Sales Manager/Deputy Managing Director, Auto Delta AG

1994 - 1995
Sales Manager/Deputy Managing Director, Garage Windlin AG

Adamo Bonorva

Head of Marketing & Sales (CMO)

Siegfried Wanner

Education

MAS in Corporate Finance
FH Human Resources Manager ZGP
Business economist
Businessman

Career

Since June 2009
Head of Finance & Services Mobility Cooperative

2001 - 2009
KKL Luzern Management AG, Director Finance & Human Resources

1999 - 2001
Franke Küchentechnik AG, Director Management and Services

1993 - 1999
Kenwood Schumpf AG, Director Finance & Human Resources

1990 - 1993
Schild AG, Controller

1980 - 1987
Banker

Siegfried Wanner

Head of Finance (CFO)

Luisa D’Amato

Education

Business Economist FH (University of Applied Sciences)
Commercial training (BMS)

Career

Since February 2018
Chief Operations Officer (COO) at Mobility Cooperative

2009 - 2016
Director Operations, IMS Health Technology Solutions Switzerland & Austria

2008 - 2009
Customer Service Manager, Cegedim Switzerland & Austria

2006 - 2008
Database Manager, Cegedim Switzerland & Austria

2004 - 2006
Senior Key Account Manager / Project Manager, Cegedim Switzerland & Austria

1994 - 2003
Various roles (banking / credit card) Credit Suisse, Jelmoli Bonuscard (Visa)

Luisa D’Amato

Head of Operations (COO)

Peter Affentranger

Education

CAS, systematic and solution-oriented coaching
Human Resources Manager NDS FH
FA diploma in HR management
Commercial training

Career

Since 2003
Head of Human Resources Mobility Cooperative

2000 - 2003
Zürich Versicherung, HR dept. and head of salaries and HR administration for corporate development and IT

1999 - 2000
Allianz Gruppe Switzerland, head of HR individual and group life dept.

1991 - 1999
Swisscom Lucerne, HR manager Network Services Lucerne, head of commercial training

Peter Affentranger

Head of Human Resources

Marcel Amstutz

Education

Executive MBA
Business Information Technology, HF and fed. dipl.
Marketing Management certificate
Businessman

Career

since September 2015
Head of Mobility International Inc.

2012 – 2015
Head of SW-Development & Support, Mobility International AG

2010 – 2012
Senior Project Manager IT, Siemens Switzerland Ltd

2005 – 2010
Head of Business Support Solution and Entreprise IT Architect, Selecta Management AG

2001 – 2005
International Project Manager and Senior Business Consultant CRM, Intentia Switzerland AG

1997 – 2001
Database / Web developer and IT Project Manager, several companies

Marcel Amstutz

Managing Director Mobility International AG (CTO)