Danielle Grossman

Los Angeles, CA

Danielle is an experienced leader within mobility, having worked at and consulted for multiple companies within the on-demand mobility space. She launched both the Los Angeles and San Diego markets for Zipcar, where she became the Regional General Manager of Southern California. During her 5 years at Zipcar, she worked on a myriad of pilot programs, contracts, and RFPs with nearly 50 universities, transportation agencies, and municipalities. After she left Zipcar, she went on to manage the strategic growth of Maven car sharing’s residential, peer-to-peer, and university channels, including writing RFPs and/or landing contracts with USC, UCSC, Boston College, and the US Marine Corps.

Danielle is experienced at creating strategic plans and executing them through the launch of markets, products, and verticals. She has built deep relationships within the industry and with the government, collegiate, commercial and residential partners she has worked with for the past 8 years. Because of this experience, she also provides consulting to companies within the mobility space, including creating launch operations / marketing plans, forecasting, organizational development, and RFP writing.

Danielle holds a B.A. in journalism from Cal State Long Beach and an MBA in entrepreneurship from Loyola Marymount University, where she was President of the MBA Student Association. Outside of work, Danielle is passionate about supporting women-owned businesses and launched an e-commerce business in 2018 that aims to connect women by allowing them to create and send affordable gift boxes with items from only women-owned businesses. She also volunteers her time to a non-profit, SandSisters LA, a youth empowerment program designed to give girls the tools to build a strong sense of self.