Skyer vying for seat on IPI 2017 Board of Directors
ATLANTA — Mitch Skyer, president of Atlanta-based sister companies Passio Technologies and Solstice Transportation Group, is vying for the IPI 2017 Board of Directors.
Skyer has been in the transit and parking industry since 2002. He has served as president of Solstice Transportation Group since 2007 and Passio Technologies since 2010.
An active participant in regional and national trade associations, Skyer often presents on industry trends and serving on consultant panels. Skyer graduated from Binghamton University and earned an MBA from the University at Buffalo. He and his family have lived in metro Atlanta for more than 20 years.
“Since joining IPI in 2004, I have enjoyed participating in an association that has the vision to both quickly embrace change and to think outside traditional boundaries,” Skyer said. “If elected, I will bring my consulting experience and knowledge of technology integration in parking and transit operations to the IPI leadership team.
“As a volunteer leader, I’ve always focused on meeting my commitments and bringing innovative perspectives to the organizations I serve,” Skyer added. “My experience working with public and private universities, municipalities and private corporate campuses gives me a broad perspective on the many similarities and important differences between our member institutions.”
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