MoGo is a Detroit-based non-profit organization that strives to serve a wide range of people and needs. Whether by offering affordable pass and payment options, providing innovative programming that promotes health, safety, and connectivity, or forming partnerships with other organizations to reduce barriers to biking, MoGo is focused on getting people where they need to go in a convenient, affordable, and fun way.
To deliver an active transit system of on-demand bikes to serve a wide range of people and needs
To be the nation's best in class bike share program and a catalyst in making Detroit a leader in mobility
As Operations Coordinator, Kelvyna brings an extensive knowledge of bike-share operations to the MoGo team. Kelvyna's responsibilities range from customer service to technical support to station build-out. Kelvyna was an original member of MoGo's launch in 2017, and has grown with the company seeing it become the successful bike share company it is today.
As Director of Programming & Operations, Rory works closely with MoGo's operations partner, Shift Transit, and equipment provider, PBSC Urban Solutions, to make sure the system is as user-friendly and efficient as possible. Additionally, Rory manages a number of programs under MoGo For All, an initiative created to ensure equal access for all bike-share users. He became particularly passionate about bikes as a form of equitable transportation while serving in Peace Corps Madagascar.
As Lead Bike Mechanic, Thomas is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all bike issues, electrical and physical. Thomas’s skill set literally keeps the wheels of all the bikes in MoGo's fleet turning. The only thing he likes more than fixing bikes is riding them, and hanging out with his wife and two dogs.
As Founder and Executive Director of MoGo, Lisa has worked on affordable, accessible shared mobility in Detroit since 2012, raising more than $5 million to support the launch and expansion of bike share in the city and the region. She also served as the project lead for Open Streets Detroit, a three-year initiative that temporarily closed parts of city streets to car traffic and turned them into safe, active, and welcoming spaces for the community. A proud resident of Detroit for 16 years, Lisa loves connecting with the city's people and places by bike, transit, and on foot.
As Head Rebalancer, Kenneth navigates the streets of Detroit within our service area, ensuring that the proper number of bikes and open docks are available at MoGo stations. Kenneth also helps maintain station functionality. He has been with the company since MoGo launched in 2017. When not working, Kenneth enjoys eating chicken quesadillas in southwest Detroit.
As Operations Manager, Chelsea helps provide world-class customer service and meticulously maintained stations and bike fleet. She believes that cycling is key to making urban centers more equitable, healthy, and clean. When she is not zipping through the city streets on her bike, Chelsea can be found in midair decorating the sky with her blue fabric in a practice called Aerial Silks.
As Director of Marketing and Community Outreach, Adriel maintains the social media channels and messaging for MoGo, directs the creation and production of brand marketing collateral, creates targeted marketing campaigns and strategies, and leads the branding, promotional and public marketing for the organization. He also utilizes his expertise in community relations to execute, with the other members of the MoGo team, community interactions, events and representational opportunities that propel the MoGo brand forward. Adriel is a native Detroiter who loves cycling and nightlife.
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