DURHAM, NC., May 20, 2019– TransLoc’s Vice President of Customers Ron Cygnarowicz was honored with a “40 Under 40 Leadership Award” from the Triangle Business Journal, a leading provider of business news for Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The award honors outstanding professionals under the age of 40 for their contributions to their organizations and the community. Currently, Ron runs TransLoc’s Sales, Marketing, Policy, and Customer Experience divisions.
“Ron is a deeply valued member of the TransLoc team,” said TransLoc CEO Doug Kaufman. “Not only is he innovative, but he’s also a wonderful leader who is inspiring and cares deeply about helping people grow and achieve their goals.”
In addition to his role at TransLoc, Ron is dedicated to volunteering within the start-up community. As an entrepreneur who launched his first business while attending college, Ron dedicated over 200 hours to mentoring start-up leaders in 2018.
“Ron has a knack for thinking differently than anyone else in the room. He is always taking his ideas to new and interesting places,” said TransLoc VP of Product Scott Lacy. “He’s incredibly cerebral and typically a few chess moves ahead of everyone else.”
Ron will join the 2019 class of “40 Under 40 Leadership Award” winners at a recognition banquet on June 27, 2019.
Hailed by Fast Company as one of the world’s most innovative companies in transportation, TransLoc (a Ford Smart Mobility company*) is the maker of mission-critical transit operations solutions for flexible on-demand and fixed route systems for both public and private transit agencies, universities, and business campus transit systems. Today, TransLoc is the largest provider of agency-owned microtransit systems for municipal transit agencies in the U.S., with the company’s products used at more than 500 agencies. TransLoc is also proud to be a Google Partner through the company’s transit data business. To learn more, visit TransLoc.com or follow on Twitter at @TransLoc.
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*On March 1, 2022, global technology company Modaxo acquired TransLoc from Ford Motor Company. TransLoc is no longer affiliated with Ford or any Ford properties.