David Spielfogel is Lime’s Chief Policy Officer, where he oversees the company’s global government affairs group. This 60-person team works collaboratively with local, state and national governments around the world to increase adoption of safe and sustainable last-mile transportation options. He previously served for two years as an advisor to the company while he was co-founder and Managing Partner of Ekistic Ventures, a fund focused on seed stage investment in companies that solve critical urban problems. He brings nearly two decades of experience at the highest levels of local government, political campaigns and philanthropy with a focus on setting the short and long-term strategies to guide good ideas to implementation. Prior to joining Lime, David served as Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s senior advisor on both his campaigns and in City Hall, where his responsibilities ranged from setting the administration’s daily and long-term policy agenda to leading the first municipal effort to regulate the rideshare and other sharing-economy industries. He has also served as deputy policy director for Barack Obama’s senate campaign, in the Clinton White House as the Special Assistant for Policy to the President’s senior adviser on energy and environmental issues, on multiple federal and local campaigns, and as Chief of Staff of the MacArthur Foundation. David earned his M.S. in International Development Management from the London School of Economics, and his B.S. from the University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources.
Mobileye executive vice president Erez Dagan is responsible for Mobileye’s business objectives, the company’s product planning and architecture, strategic planning and initiatives, and advanced-development projects.