Gld Technologies, an innovative player in the autonomous transportation landscape, announced the induction of Jonathan Webb, a distinguished finance expert with three decades of experience, to its Board of Directors. Webb, who currently holds a leadership role at the National Christian Foundation, has a track record of effectuating strategies that generated transactions worth $1.2 billion in 2023. His commendable contribution includes launching the first African American-led SPAC IPO on NYSE through Legacy Acquisition Corporation. Kevin Damoa, Founder and CEO of Gld, underscored Webb’s strategic acumen as critical for the company’s mission to revolutionize transportation, with an emphasis on socially responsible and equitable solutions. Webb’s financial expertise is expected to enhance Gld’s decision-making and strategic planning, particularly in light of its focus on sustainability and reducing impact on underserved communities. Craig Woolridge, COO of Gld, also lauded Webb’s anticipated contribution to the firm’s strategic objectives. Webb, a Morehouse College and Columbia Business School alumnus, has held instrumental positions at prestigious firms like Duff & Phelps, Lehman Brothers, and Oppenheimer & Company, where he was deeply involved in M&A activities. Expressing his honor in joining the company, Webb envisions his experience to play a pivotal role in advancing Gld’s futuristic goals within the transportation sphere. Gld Technologies is recognized for its autonomous road and rail shipping vehicles, termed Glders, which are changing the face of freight logistics and offering zero-emission alternatives through AI-driven technologies. The company fosters a hardware-as-a-service business model, ensuring solid support for their clients while committing to cost reduction, lower emissions, and decreased congestion in the transport sector.

Financial Services, Transportation Technology,United States