Chief Financial Officer
I am mechanically declined so working at Gauge gives me an opportunity to help people who build things while using a skillset that is more natural to me -- sitting behind a desk. My most important role at Gauge is to ensure our customers enjoy a seamless interaction with our accounting team from the time they receive a quote through our long-term partnerships. I’ve spent the majority of my career in high-growth software and technology companies.
My wife and I have one son and two daughters. I spend most of my time with them whether it's watching or coaching their sports to boating, camping, traveling and breaking up fights. When I’m not with them, I like to relax with a big, bold Napa red.
Chief Executive Officer
I am a gritty South Side Chicago guy and have always been fascinated with building things and earth transformations, which may stem from my father being an architect.
President and Founder
I am a 20-year veteran of the GPS and telematics industry. My focus has been on internet of things (IoT) enabled asset management applications.
Chief Information & Data Scientist Officer
I have always been interested in how things work and breaking them down into their basic components so that I could rebuild them better with measurable performance improvements.
Vice President, Business Development
When I was seven growing up in northern New Jersey, sewer lines were being installed in the street in front our house. After the workers left for the day, I would play on the big orange Koehring excavator.
Director of Engineering and Quality Assurance
In 2005ish, my dad was on the leading edge of integrating telematics into agriculture. He worked with several small companies to outfit his planter, sprayers, cultivators, and combine with ultra-accurate telemetry (sub-inch accuracy).
Senior Electrical Engineer
Growing up racing cars and flying airplanes got me interested in measuring and telematics as both require a lot.
Director of Operations and Client Success
I grew up on a small farm in rural, southern Indiana, where I operated a variety of heavy machinery, as well as worked on small engines.
I was born an organizer though, so the detail and processes it takes to manage large-scale builds and fleet logistics has always impressed me! My day is a lot like herding cats. Each day I help balance the needs of our internal teams, customer requests and unexpected curveballs with our strategic vision and hours in the day to get it all done – along with speccing out future product development.
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