What happens when three individuals with varied professional backgrounds unite over their mutual appreciation for electric vehicles? The idea for EVDC Inc. is born. See how their previous professional experiences are creating a new pathway for educating others about the rEVolution.
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Board of Directors
Michael Frisbie is a highly accomplished, experienced executive and entrepreneur with more than two decades of proven success in business, finance and commercial real estate development. Frisbie is the owner and driving force behind Noble Energy Real Estate Holdings and Noble Gas, Inc., a high-end network of automobile refueling stations and markets with quality food offerings to help fuel your vehicle and body. Noble is on the forefront of energy, and Frisbie’s vision is pioneering the charging effort for electric vehicles in New England. A Nichols College alumni and Board of Advisors member, Frisbie has created a “Pathway to Management” program that strives to help young adults from Nichols learn and gain real-world experience to ensure they are business-ready when they graduate.
Dav Cvitkovic is an accomplished leader in the electric vehicle sector as COO of Plug’n Drive. She served as the Project Leader for the Electric Vehicle Discovery Centre, which was established in Canada in 2017 and won Canada’s “Clean 50” award for best project. She is an entrepreneurial leader who brings a combination of passion and precision to EVDC Inc. Having worked the spectrum of both public and private sectors in North America to achieve sustainable growth, value creation, and social impact, she has a reputation for strong market research, and metrics management. Dav has a strong history of delivering first and best practices—on time and on budget—for many capital projects and programs. Dav has championed organizations that support inclusion and diversity. She’s signed the Leadership Accord on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Plug’n Drive, and was a founding board member for the Foundation for Environmental Stewardship (FES) 2017–2021, the youth-led, youth-serving sustainable development organization accredited by the United Nations.
Now retired, Leonard Samborowski proudly served 30 years in the United States Army in numerous command positions in Central America, Europe, Korea, and Kuwait. Among his administrative and management staff positions stateside, he spent five years assigned to the Pentagon. He also served as the Inspector General for the 8,200 members of the Massachusetts National Guard. Leonard served as the Chief of the Initiatives Group for the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Department of the Army Staff; and the Director of International Relations, Department of the Army Staff. He worked as the Director of Online Recruiting for Panacea Consulting (IT), Alexandria, Virginia; as a Consultant for HABCO manufacturing, Glastonbury, Connecticut; and has previously collaborated with Angel Investors in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Since retiring, Leonard has taught online with Post University, served as an adjunct professor of economics at Quinebaug Valley Community College in Danielson, CT, and serves as an Associate Professor of Management, at Nichols College.