Transportation today is the focal point of a lot of challenges, from congestion to emissions, and there is no blueprint solution… yet. Alex Keros is leading the charge at Maven, GM’s urban mobility brand, in re-imagining the processes and policies needed to make future mobility solutions work. His “get-it-done, step-by-step” approach allows him to see simple, incremental solutions building into sustainable infrastructure for new mobility experiences.
To do this, Mr. Keros works hand-in-hand with various stakeholders, including utilities, regulators, and local officials, to help people move more freely and easily within their home cities. His ultimate goal is to provide answers to issues like economic development and public safety through efficient transportation. Mr. Keros joined GM in 2007 and has worked across various teams to create frameworks around new innovative eco-friendly products–Chevy Bolt and GM’s Hydrogen Fuel Cell Equinox–so the consumers will have the best experience.
His unique skill in balancing energy policy, environmental engineering, and business strategy has given him an innovative toolbox to tap into to electrify mobility. While at GM, Mr. Keros has served as a Commissioner in Massachusetts’ Zero Emission Vehicle Commission and for the Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council, acting as the principal author for the California Fuel Cell Partnership’s Hydrogen Roadmap and works with students at the University of Michigan’s Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise. Mr. Keros began his career in environmental consulting, where he managed the assessment and remediation of hazardous waste sites for Fortune 500companies.
He has extensive experience in environmental policy design and implementation. Mr. Keros also grew up learning the ropes in his family-owned restaurant, the American Coney Island. Founded in 1917, the restaurant is widely recognized as inventing the tradition of Detroit’s chilidog. Mr. Keros earned a B.S. in Natural Resource Management and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Michigan.
Speaking at: MBS 2019 – Building the Mobility Ecosystem