FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SAN ANTONIO, November 15, 2019 – Blue Duck Scooters has hired Megan McNamara as Senior Director of Government Partnerships. She was formerly Director of Municipal Partnerships with Gotcha, electric scooter and bike share operators headquartered in Charleston, S.C. In her new role with Blue Duck, she will be responsible for developing city partnerships and cultivating community- focused relationships.
“I am eager to join the Blue Duck team as it continues to grow as a leader in the micromobility sector. I was drawn to the company’s commitment to friendly, collaborative relations with smaller cities. I look forward to leading Blue Duck’s efforts to develop last-mile transportation solutions for each community we serve,” said Ms. McNamara.
“Blue Duck is thrilled Megan has joined our team. She is a recognized industry leader in forging successful partnerships with numerous municipalities and college campuses nationwide,” said Michael Keane, Blue Duck CEO and newly elected member of the company’s Board of Directors. “Our single-minded focus to build a well-capitalized, community-oriented and innovative midmarket company in the e-scooter industry is paying dividends as Blue Duck continues to attract and develop its most important assets—its people and new markets,” he added.
In addition, Blue Duck promoted Peter McGannon Gomez, formerly the Regional Operations Manager in Corpus Christi, to Vice President of Operations. Adrienne Beck, formerly Director of Human Resources has been elevated to Vice President of Human Resources.
“The addition of Megan and promotion of Peter and Adrienne are a testament to the continued growth of Blue Duck, as we mature into a vibrant midmarket business enterprise,” said Paul A. Bell, Blue Duck’s co-founder and board member. He went on to say, “equally important is Michael’s election as a member of our Board. Along with his responsibility as our CEO, Michael has deep experience in corporate governance, including recently serving as Vice Chairman of an NYSE company, talents that will serve the Company and its stakeholders well.”
About Blue Duck Scooters
Blue Duck Scooters is an electric scooter operator focused on Texas and the Southeastern United States. Blue Duck’s regional focus, commitment to investing in superior micromobility assets, and use of its own employees to deploy, collect and charge its scooters, sets it apart from other scooter operators. Blue Duck is committed to partnering with cities, universities and corporate campuses in designing cleantech, last-mile transportation solutions. For more information, visit their website at www.flyblueduck.com.