Net-Zero Change Leader
Trusted Subject Matter Expert
Electric Vehicles, V2V, Autonomous Vehicles, Smart Cities, Intelligent Infrastructure, Electrification,
EV Charging Systems, Fleet Solutions, Grid Independent Energy, Charging Infrastructure,
Electric Vehicle OEMs
Chief Innovation Officer
PARK MY FLEET
As CIO, Kristin tackles EV mass adoption issues with solutions for fleet vehicles. Park My Fleet provides fully staffed secured and gated mobility hubs.
PUBLIC BOARD DIRECTOR
A net-zero world depends heavily on consumer demand. But as Tesla has proven, the consumer is eager, if the technology is reliable.
Support engineering is about the right partnerships, from artificial intelligence to the electrification of city streets.
Current board positions:
Velodyne Lidar and Comstock
Executive Producer, Managing Director
“Where are we now;
what has to change?”
Charge Across America EV Rally reveals what’s missing for mass adoption.
It put drivers behind the wheel and filmed them competing, and navigating the interstates in electric vehicles.
Find the Full Charge Across America, NBC Sports program episode at ChargeAcrossAmerica.com
Demystifying global efforts to meet zero emissions standards.
We can and must find a way.
With over 30 years in automotive, Kristin Slanina is recognized as a thought leader in mobility. She is an expert on the changing ways people and goods move; today and in the future.
Kristin is the Chief Innovation Officer at ParkMyFleet, a fleet vehicles solutions company that creates end-to-end, electric vehicle (EV) mobility hubs. These hubs allow for on-site power generation, storage, software, infrastructure, and battery recycling.
Kristin is an impressive, subject matter expert on a variety of topics related to the future of mobility; currently presenting at conferences and events as a keynote, featured speaker, and panelist.
Her career in automotive began with Ford Motor Company where she worked for two decades; 10 of which were in core engine engineering.
When she transitioned into strategy, planning, and advanced technology, she was a key architect of Ford’s ‘Future of Mobility Blueprint.’ There she played a significant role in outlining how connected, autonomous, and electric technologies will transform the way people and goods travel.
From Ford she moved to an Executive Director position at Ernst & Young, leading their future of mobility practice. From EY she became CTO of Thirdware. She also served a stint as COO at TrueCar.
Her 30-year career span as a leader in automotive innovation, electrification, mobility, and engineering kicked off after graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a Masters in Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in French.
Today, in addition to her role as CIO, she serves on two public boards: Ouster Lidar and Comstock, Inc.