Bob Leonard – Founder & CEO
Bob is the founder of Earthgarage.com. A 25 year veteran of the advertising and promotion industry, he created Earthgarage to help drivers make their car greener, save money and make an impact on the environment. Bob is a car enthusiast, did a bit of track time at Lime Rock and watches way too many car shows on the Velocity network. He resides in Manhattan with his wife Jennifer.
William Scheckel – CMO
William Scheckel is a marketing advisor whose expertise includes social media, branding, marketing communications and public relations strategy. He has worked with many of the world’s leading brands, including SAP, IBM, Shell and Deutsche Bank. He teaches social media at the New York Institute of Technology and advises start-ups and growing companies around the globe on customer care, audience engagement and product launches. When he’s not with his son on the playground, you’ll find him behind a bass or alto sax playing the blues he learned as a student in Chicago’s South Side.
Patrick Andrews – Contributor
Patrick is currently a junior pursuing a BS in Environmental Science with minors in Psychology and Studio Art at New York University’s College of Arts and Science. In the past, he has worked alongside +POOL in the developing and testing of a recreational pool built to filter, and to float in, the East River. He has also worked several retail jobs he would rather not talk about. Patrick is passionate about agriculture and its environmental consequences, nutrition and human health, climate change, and praying manatees do not go extinct because that would be “just too sad”.
Justin Velella – Contributor
Justin is a publicist for St. Martin’s Press. His personal and professional passion lies in environmental issues – at Baruch College, he was president of the Environmental Cooperation Organization Club, which promoted environmental awareness and sustainable initiatives on campus. As a diehard car enthusiast, Justin tries to incorporate his love for automobiles and the burgeoning green advancements into his writing.