The Transit Wireless Members Committee is responsible for the overall strategic direction and operations of the Transit Wireless business. Transit Wireless is a majority-owned BAI Communications company.
He has invested extensively in hedge funds and private partnerships. He has over 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur and executive in a variety of companies and sectors including real estate, construction and venture capital. He has managed over one billion dollars of construction work, including the restoration of Ellis Island and the construction of the Brooklyn Navy Yard cogeneration plant. Gary received a B.S. degree in Biology from the University of Vermont and an M.B.A. from New York University’s Stern School of Business. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Council on the Environment of New York City, the Center Against Domestic Violence and the Metro New York Chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization.
He is responsible for setting and managing the strategic priorities that drive profitable growth. Chris joined the company in 2016. Prior to Flexential, Chris was the Chief Executive Officer of Telx Holdings, a leading interconnection and data center solutions provider based in New York City. He has over 25 years of combined executive leadership experience in finance and operations, working for Daniels & Associates, BroadStreet Communications and Motient Corporation.
Chris holds a B.A. degree in History from Dartmouth College as well as a M.B.A. degree in International Business from New York University.
She currently serves as an Independent Director of InterDigital, Inc., Cumulus Media, Inc. and Airgain Inc., and as a Non-Executive Director of Centrica PLC.
Previously, Gillman served as an operating executive from 2006-2016 responsible for integrating acquisitions, transformation and growth for a $1b division of Time Warner Cable. As Executive Vice President of Time Warner Cable & Chief Operating Officer of Time Warner Cable Media, Gillman was responsible for profit and loss, operations, and oversight for a portfolio that included more than 1500 employees delivering cutting edge data and analytics and advanced advertising products supporting 30,000 clients across 100 cable networks, 14 local news channels and several regional sports networks. Gillman previously led a global operating division with application development, sales, business development and finance teams in London, Paris & Mountainview as the President of a subsidiary of Open TV, Inc. until it was acquired by Liberty Media Corporation. Her global experience started when she served on the executive team that secured all EU & UK regulatory approvals, all commercial contracts and launched digital TV and T-commerce in the UK as head of Business Development for British Interactive Broadcasting, the joint venture (BSkyB, BT, HSBC & Matsushita). Early in her career, After rising to senior roles in the Office of Senator Chris Dodd, she applied her communications, leadership and public policy experience to her first executive role in the nascent Internet industry in 1995 at Pysicians’ Online and successfully grew and migrated the customer base from proprietary technology to an HTML-open standards platform.
Gillman has extensive public, private and not-for-profit board experience and currently or has served on Audit, Remuneration, Finance and Nomco Committees. Gillman received a B.A. from College of the Holy Cross and an MA from George Washington University. She also studied in the Executive Education program at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Walder had been CEO at Hong Kong transit company MTR Corporation (MTRC), before resigning from that position in July 2014. Before joining MTRC, Walder was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in New York, the largest transit agency in the United States.
Prior to his service at the MTA, Walder was the Managing Director for Finance and Planning at Transport for London until 2007 and is credited with the introduction of the Oyster card and with drafting London’s successful bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Between 2010 and 2013, Jim headed up Product Development, Industry Relations and Regulatory at NBN Co. Jim has also held Senior Executive roles at Sun Microsystems and IBM in the UK and Australia.
Prior to joining BAI, Stephen was Deputy Chief Financial Officer at NBN Co, responsible for financial control, commercial finance, finance systems and capitalisation, planning and reporting, and tax. Prior to working at NBN, he was with the Foster’s Group for seven years in a number of roles including CFO and he worked for six years with wine and spirits company Diageo.