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Chief of Procurement, City of Pittsburgh
Jennifer Olzinger, an innovative leader and problem solver, has been at the
forefront of transforming procurement practices within the City of
Pittsburgh. As the Chief Procurement Officer, she embarked on a
remarkable journey that saw her reshape the procurement landscape from
the ground up.
Undeterred by the hurdles, Jennifer displayed her remarkable leadership
by not only rebuilding the procurement team but also establishing an
entirely new process. Faced with a digital system that was far from
optimal, she took on the task of addressing the shortcomings head-on. Her
determination to streamline operations and improve equity in the public
sector goes unmatched.
COO, Montgomery County
Jamie Cooke, Chief Operating Officer for Montgomery County’s Department of General Services, provides oversight and direction for day-to-day operations including the functional areas of central administration, facilities management, and fleet services. The scope of the operation includes four major maintenance locations in support of the County’s 3600 ehicle fleet.
Jamie’s responsibilities include strategic planning, leadership development, and emergency operations. With more than 30 years of
industry expertise, Cooke holds a Master of Science in Transportation and Business Logistics from Wilmington University. He is also a certified transportation broker and was awarded the Electric Vehicle Galileo Master Certificate from the European Energy Centre.
Ingrid Cook Moravitz
Ingrid Cook Moravitz is the Chief Executive Officer at SHzoom – a tech firm
with a patented electronic repair management system. SHzoom is focused
on the convergence of fleet-related risks, internet technologies, machine
learning, and automotive repairs. Ingrid, with more than 25 years of
industry expertise, is a recipient of Business Insurance’s Women to Watch
Award and serves on the Board of Directors for the Pittsburgh Technology
Ingrid was featured in Fleet Solutions Magazine, a NAFA publication,
spotlighting SHzoom’s latest technology Uptime – an innovative mobile/
web-based accident and repair management solution for government and
self-insured fleets. Uptime was developed using collaborative feedback
from SHzoom’s forward-thinking partners in the public sector and has
gained national recognition in the GovTech space.
Business Dev Officer, SHzoom
Matthew Booco, well-known for his innovative, forward-thinking leadership, is the Chief Business Development Officer at SHzoom. Matthew brings more than a decade of experience in the public sector – primarily in the municipal government space. Matthew is responsible for leading strategic planning initiatives, analyzing operations, sales, and marketing data, and identifying key growth areas.
Prior to SHzoom, Matthew served as a Fleet Analyst, a Fleet Manager, and most recently the Executive Director of General Services for the City of Westminster, Colorado. Booco holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver. In October 2018, Booco received his Certified Automotive Fleet Manager certification from the NAFA Fleet Management Association.
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