The Advisory Council of The Ray provides a collaborative environment for industry leaders to discuss strategy, solutions and partnerships that will help the transportation and mobility sector to achieve net-zero transportation. As leaders in the private sector, the Advisory Council:

  • Guides The Ray’s national efforts to conceptualize, plan and scale net-zero transportation infrastructure
  • Enhances the organization’s public-private-philanthropic partnership (P4) model by facilitating private investment in, and channeling expertise towards, public projects

The Advisory Council to The Ray

Christopher Armstrong: Vice President, CIRRUS/V2X; Panasonic

David Aspinwall: President; Heliox

Mackenzie Baines: Mobility Product Director; Cox Automotive

Terry Bills: Global Transportation Industry Director; Esri

Mike Branch: Vice President, Data and Analytics; Geotab

Dan Chen: President, Transportation Safety Division; 3M

Stephen Chriss: Director, Energy Service; Walmart

Tim Donovan: Founder and Partner; Donovan Energy

Rick Douglas: Senior Manager/Head of Department Team/Public Relations; Kia Georgia

Kitty Dumas: Manager; Ryder Charitable Foundation

Dewey Grantham: Regional Vice President; Liberty Tire Recycling

Richard “Dick” Gust: CEO; Tire Industry Foundation

Chris Kelly: Co-Founder and CEO; Clearion

David Kiley: Senior Vice President, Business Development and Acquisitions; Cavnue

Maureen Kline: Vice President, Public Affairs and Sustainability; Pirelli Tire N.A.

Pierre Labat: Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy and Sustainability Officer; Novelis

Kaitlin Monaghan: Manager of Public Policy; Rivian

Bo Quick: Sr. Director, Sustainability and Environmental Partnerships; Southwire

The Advisory Council is growing as innovative leaders continue to learn about the work of The Ray. In 2014, The Ray first defined net-zero highways as highways with zero carbon, zero waste and zero deaths. It constructed its first project on the 18-mile Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway one year later, in partnership with Georgia Department of Transportation. The Interstate 85 corridor in West Georgia is now the nation’s premier test bed for safe, smart and sustainable transportation.