Board of Directors

MobilityData benefits from the expertise of our international Board of Directors.


Elsa Bruyère

FabMob Québec

With a true passion for innovation, Elsa Bruyère (she/her) has been supporting the Montreal startup scene for over 10 years (Startup Fest, Parcours innovation PME ville de Montréal, Conférence sur les métropole, Movin’on Michelin, Table des living lab de Technomontréal, etc.).

She is the co-founder of Bleu Blanc Tech, the French Tech at Montreal, which gathers startups, investors, policymakers and community builders to support their development. In her role of facilitator, she connects people and ideas together in order to build a more sustainable growth.

Formerly, Elsa spent 10 years working for large companies, either in the industry or services, within their transformation programs often as the results of a merge.

She is based in Quebec, Canada.


Logan Nash


Logan Nash (he/him) is the Director of Transit Technology at the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) in Boston. As a senior leader in the MBTA’s Customer Technology Department, he oversees the operation and continuous improvement of rider-facing technology with one of the most sophisticated digital teams among American transit agencies. In 2019, he helped launch Skate, the MBTA’s open-source bus dispatch app, as part of the Authority’s ongoing effort to give transit riders increasingly useful and accurate information on digital signs,, and third-party apps like Google Maps.

Prior to joining the MBTA, Logan worked at the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Volpe Center. He serves on the board of directors for MobilityData.

Board Member

Nina Kin

LA Metro

Nina Kin (she/her) is the Digital Services Tech Lead at LA Metro. She creates rider-facing web tools and optimizes the data that powers them. With 15 years as a technologist in local government, she is a passionate advocate for improving government technology in order to better serve the public.

She aims to grow communities at the intersection of government and technology. This has led her to take on leading roles in a variety of groups and events, notably: Hack for LA (a volunteer civic tech group), the Code for America National Advisory Council, Data + Donuts LA (a local government-focused lecture and networking series), and the LA Arts Datathon.

As a resident of Los Angeles, a city known for its reliance on cars, she is also an enthusiastic advocate for transportation alternatives and frequently enjoys taking buses and trains as well as bicycling and walking throughout the city.

Board Member

Andrew Salzberg


Andrew Salzberg (he/him) is an independent climate technology consultant and lecturer at MIT, where he created a first-of-its-kind Decarbonizing Urban Mobility course. He also leads the North American transportation and industrial decarbonization programs for The Climate Group. He has served as a strategic advisor to leading mobility and climate technology companies, including Transit App, ClimateView, and Populus. In 2020, he served as a transportation and climate change policy advisor to the Biden presidential campaign.

From 2019-2020, he was a Loeb fellow at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. Before the Loeb fellowship, Salzberg created and held a unique executive role at Uber, focused on making the rideshare application a positive part of the future of urban transportation. He created Uber’s first teams focused on partnerships with public transportation agencies and environmental sustainability, led the development of Uber’s first data-sharing tool for government agencies, and spearheaded Uber’s support for “congestion pricing” around the world.

Prior to joining Uber, Salzberg worked at the World Bank on a team that developed a multi-billion dollar lending program for China’s transport and urban development. He holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from McGill University and a Master’s in Urban Planning from Harvard. As a graduate student, Salzberg worked at Transport for London through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Transit Lab.

Board Member

D. Taylor Reich

Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP)

Based in Washington, DC, Taylor Reich (they/them) is Data Science Manager at the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP). ITDP is a global NGO working for sustainable and inclusive transportation in lower- and middle-income countries. Taylor is responsible for developing and measuring strategic indicators of urban transportation, modeling the global urban transport sector, and tracking ITDP’s impacts through the Monitoring and Evaluations program.

Their work includes the Atlas of Sustainable City Transport, a global dashboard powered by open data (including GTFS) to measure meaningful indicators of urban transport in tens of thousands of jurisdictions worldwide. Serving on MobilityData's Board of Directors, Taylor hopes to promote the development of communities for open transport data in Latin America, Africa, and Asia.

Board Member

Masaki Ito

University of Tokyo

Masaki Ito (he/him) is an Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo, Japan. Masaki Ito received his Ph.D. from Keio University in March 2009. He specializes in ubiquitous computing and Geographic Information Systems, and is creating applications of geospatial data and technologies, including services to enhance the use of public transportation.

For 10 years, Masaki Ito has been promoting GTFS open data in Japan and leading grassroots activities that have led to the creation of more than 600 GTFS feeds in Japan. Masaki Ito is excited to support MobilityData as it seeks to expand its impact in Japan and to contribute his experiences in Japan and apply them to the global stage.

Board Member

Gemma Schepers

City of Amsterdam

Gemma Schepers (she/her) currently works for the Innovation Office (CTO) of the City of Amsterdam. Schepers has committed herself to the digital transition in the field of Smart Mobility with a strong focus on privacy and secure data exchange between all stakeholders in the Smart Mobility ecosystem.

Schepers brings many years of experience working in the micro mobility field and has a strong understanding of the mobility ecosystems in the Netherlands and the rest of Europe and will leverage that experience to aid MobilityData as it grows its presence in Europe. Additionally, having Schepers provide a European perspective will only strengthen the global vision that MobilityData has for mobility.