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Gregg Reuben

 

Business & Entrepreneurship

Experience

 

Gregg Reuben, a Harvard Business School graduate, is the proud founder of Centerpark. Centerpark is a parking management company headquartered in New York City that serves the tri-state area. Centerpark is focused on building parking management systems in gateway cities nationwide. A gateway city is a city that serves an economic anchor of its surrounding areas and regions.

Before founding Centerpark, Gregg Reuben was very active in the parking management industry. Reuben previously owned and operated parking systems for Autofair America, ABM Industries, LAZ Parking and Alliance Parking. Reuben successfully grew each of these companies from the ground up. Through Reuben’s experience, he has gained knowledge of project management, operations management, real estate development, marketing strategies and facilities management.

Reuben attended the University of Pittsburgh from 1990 to 1992. He then transferred to the University of California in Los Angeles, where he graduated in 1995. Reuben then attended Harvard Business School from 2013 to 2015, when he graduated with honors. 

Gregg Reuben is proud of the fact that he serves on the Board of Directors for Lost Tribe Esports. Lost Tribe Esports is a Jewish social network geared towards teens. Their mission is to increase teens participation in Jewish activities, therefore hopefully strengthening that identity for them. How do they achieve this? Reuben and the Lost Tribe Esports has partnered with other Jewish organizations to bring teens together through gaming. These games are both online and in person and is specifically designed to target Generation Z teens. 

Aside from his work with Lost Tribe Esports, Reuben serves on the Board of Directors for Henry Kaufmann campgrounds. He enjoys volunteering at the Mission in Bowery and also helps young professionals through UJA Federation’s Young Leadership Roundtable. Finally, Gregg Reuben is a member of the National Parking Association.

It is clear through Gregg Reuben’s professional and personal experiences that he is committed to success in all aspects of his life. Colleagues of Reuben endorse him highly in project management, negotiation and general management. Reuben is extremely excited about the future of Centerpark and Intellipark. He hopes to see them in each and every gateway city within the next seven years.

With over twenty-five years of experience in the parking lot management industry, Gregg Reuben has become one of the faces of the industry. Reuben’s hard work and dedication to success drive the organizations forward each day. Follow Gregg Reuben here and on his other websites!

Past Positions

 

Founder

Intellipark

CEO

Alliance Parking

Reuben previously owned and operated parking systems for Autofair America, ABM Industries, LAZ Parking and Alliance Parking.

Founder & CEO

CenterPark

Centerpark is a parking management company headquartered in New York City that serves the tri-state area. Centerpark is focused on building parking management systems in gateway cities nationwide. 

Education

 
Harvard

Harvard Business School

Recent Blogs

 
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