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Timothy K. Krauskopf the CEO of Motiv Power Systems, a California-based manufacturer of zero-emission commercial electric trucks and buses, along with the charging and related infrastructure to make adoption seamless. Krauskopf has held a variety of management and technical roles in several industries such as manufacturing, automotive aftermarket, transportation, the Internet, insurance services, and high-tech. This includes making automobile superchargers and performance cars, founding his own trucking company, starting up companies in FinTech, and a term as Vice President in the Internet Software and Content Group at Motorola. Before that, Krauskopf was Head of Information Services at The Field Museum in Chicago. Earlier, Krauskopf was a co-founder, chief technical officer and vice president of research and development for Spyglass, Inc. the developers of the commercial version of NCSA Mosaic which became Microsoft’s Internet Explorer.
Krauskopf holds a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University, and an MBA degree from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management. He also holds a master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Illinois. Krauskopf served 15 years on the Aspen Institute Board of Trustees and is an inaugural Henry Crown Fellow.