Dale Petroskey has a strong background in sports management, public policy, strategic communications, and non-profit management, having held leadership positions in those areas for the past 35 years. He served as Assistant White House Press Secretary to President Ronald Reagan; Senior Vice President at the National Geographic Society; President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum; and Executive Vice President for Marketing and Community Development for the Texas Rangers Baseball Club.
Andrew Craig is a senior member of the management team at ISL Marketing AG in Switzerland, and serves as an advisor to WaitTime. He led the development of the International Olympic Committee’s global sponsorship program. As Chairman and CEO of Championship Auto Racing Teams Inc., he quadrupled revenues, resulting in a highly successful IPO. He acted as an international relations advisor on 3 successful Olympic bids, and advised the International Golf Federation and United World Wrestling on their successful campaigns for the Olympic sports program. In motor sport, Craig is North America’s Permanent Representative for the FIA World Endurance Championship, Vice President of the FIA Touring Car Commission, and a member of the FIA Endurance Racing Commission. Craig is a director of Hook It, the undisputed leader in real time engagement measurement.
Don Foss, an expert in "partnerships," guides partnering opportunities for WaitTime. Don is the founder and chairman of Credit Acceptance Corporation (NASDAQ: CACC), which provides vehicle loans to consumers regardless of their credit history. When Don started the company in 1972, he was one of the world's largest independent used car dealers. He took the company public in 1992. Credit Acceptance is offered through a nationwide network of 6,000 automotive dealer-partners, and provides dealer-partners with the opportunity to deliver credit approvals to consumers within 30 seconds. Don's solution was named by Babson (Entrepreneurial) College as the second best entrepreneurial idea in history. Everyone wins. This is the same formula we strive to achieve with Don's help at WaitTime.
Jeffrey Michael Jordan is a co-founder of Jordan Avakian Group and the eldest son of NBA legend and team owner, Michael Jordan. He has extensive experience in global brand digital marketing, sports marketing, and product management. Jeffrey specializes in developing global campaigns, managing athlete, influencer, and brand relationships, and innovating product development for the future of sport lifestyle and performance. During his collegiate career, Jeffrey was a member of the men's Division I basketball teams at the University of Illinois and University of Central Florida.
Michael Klima is a principal engineer for Design Research Engineering. As a registered professional mechanical engineer in California, Mississippi and Michigan with nearly 40 years of experience, he provides engineering expertise for WaitTime. He began his engineering career with leading automotive companies, including General Motors, Ford Motor Company and Toyota Motor Sales, USA. His current work involves the analysis of the performance of automobile restraint systems, seating systems, and body structure analysis and accident reconstruction. Michael is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM), the Michigan Society of Professional Engineers, National Society of Professional Engineers and the Michigan Association of Traffic Accident Investigators.
Matt Mosher, a life long entrepreneur, heads business development and systems integration for WaitTime. Matt has wide-ranging experience in traditional business operations through his landscape construction firm, Mosher and Associates. He also has experience launching and leading technology products through his time as founder and CEO of hiredMYway.com. Matt is an avid volunteer and was recognized on WDIV-TV's (NBC) “Heart of Detroit” segment with Mitch Albom for his extensive volunteer work in Detroit. Additionally, Matt was named one of Crain's Detroit Business' 20 in their 20's (2006); Corp! Magazine's Entrepreneur of Distinction (2008); A finalist for Automation Alley's Emerging Leader of the Year (2011); DBusiness' 30 in Their Thirties (2012); Brooks Elite 40 under 40 (2013); and Junior Achievement Champions of the New Economy, Emerging Champion (2013).
Pat Greene serves as President & CEO of CIGNET and is also a partner in the company. Pat has been in business for himself for over 35 years owning various companies involved in sales, distribution, tooling and manufacturing. In 1975, he formed his first company, Patrick Greene & Associates, an independent sales organization representing major principals in the plastic molding, screw machine, stamping and tooling industries. Pat works with WaitTime as a highly connected strategy/business development partner.
Sevan Avakian is a co-founder of Jordan Avakian Group and an attorney at Gould & Ratner LLP. Sevan counsels clients in a variety of corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, and corporate governance. In his capacity as a co-founder of Jordan Avakian Group, Sevan assists in the review, structuring, and negotiation of various business dealings ranging from private equity investments to endorsement deals.
Tom Evans is a Biomedical Engineer and software/hardware entrepreneur who has integral role in innovation and product design strategies for WaitTime. Evans is founder of EasyG, a company he started after inventing the world’s first antenna sensor solution for wirelessly monitoring vital information without any direct contact with the human body. As an inventor of multiple worldwide patents, he is structuring partnerships with global leaders in industries like automotive, healthcare, design, aerospace, military, veterinary and pet care. Evans has worked as sales engineer for the world leader in non-contact, high precision, measurement sensors and vision systems. As a certified Emergency Medical Technician, he worked on ambulances for over four years while at Marquette University. He co-founded Marquette University Spacecraft Engineers and led a team of 20+ engineers to design the first satellite in Wisconsin to launch into space.