How are cities, universities, and parking operators going to reopen and what will be the impact on parking? As parts of the country begin to lift restrictions and parking transactions increase, the industry is seeing a rebound but also faces new challenges. Join us for a client conversation on this “new normal”, facilitated by David Hoyt, SVP Sales, as he discusses the lessons learned from COVID-19 and the path forward with several ParkMobile clients.
- Pamela Corbin, Administration and Planning Manager at City of Orlando, Florida
- Amy Ross, Manager, Parking Systems and Communications at Cornell University
- Paul Stresow, Director of International Bridges, City of El Paso, Texas
David manages ParkMobile’s Sales teams. Prior to joining ParkMobile, David was National Account Manager for T2 Systems responsible for sales and client relations in the Southeast U.S., Caribbean, as well as strategic accounts.
Pam Corbin, CAPP
Administration and Planning Manager
City of Orlando, FloridaPam sits on the Board of Directors of the International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI), and is a
Certified Administrator of Public Parking (CAPP). She is also a 25-year military veteran who recently retired from Navy Reserves.
Amy L. Ross
Manager, Parking Systems and Communications
Cornell UniversityAmy has served Cornell University for 31 years (and counting). She implements technical parking solutions, including the integration of T2 Systems software and pay stations, ParMobile and ParkMobile Reservations, Genetec License Plate Recognition, and financial systems.
City of El Paso, TexasPaul oversees the City’s Parking Meter Division, which is comprised of over 2,000 single-space meters, mostly in the Downtown area. He has over 20 years parking, transportation, and transit experience. Paul serves as a Board Member of the Texas Parking and Transportation Association, where he sits on the Roundtable and Education Committee.