Parking Mobility is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community education and enforcement program designed to efficiently address accessible parking abuse in your community. As persons with a disability, we fully appreciate the importance and impact accessible parking has on health and safety. Our mission is to improve awareness in order to enhance access to every day life.

Our Team

We are dedicated to providing responsive, flexible and innovative technology to solve a global problem with local solutions.

  • Mack Marsh: Project Director
  • Justin Lowery: Software Engineer & Designer
  • Colin Edwards: Android & iOS
  • Michael Glasgow: Systems & Security Architect
  • Cheryl Fries: Creative Development & Community Outreach
  • Ian Littman: Server Team, Lead Engineer
  • Ed Giese: Server Team, Developer
  • Andrew Gracey: Server Team, Developer
  • Zlatko Duric: UI Engineer
  • Terri Schexnayder: Marketing Specialist
  • Lynn Henderlong-Rhea: Marketing Specialist

Management & Board of Directors

  • Mack Marsh: Project Director

    Photo of Mack Marsh in front of a handicap parking sign while sitting in his motorized wheelchair

    Mack oversees all operational and strategic responsibilities of Parking Mobility. Previously, he was the Executive Director of the Texas Association of Centers for Independent Living (TACIL) serving as the representative for the state’s 27 member CIL’s. Prior to leading TACIL, he was a life-long resident of Louisiana where he owned a successful wholesale company for 13 years. In 2001, Mack experienced a spinal cord injury resulting in quadriplegia. After his injury, he worked as an Independent Living Specialist at New Horizons Independent Living Center (NHILC) in Shreveport, LA. In 2002, he was named a Director at NHILC.

    Starting in 2005, Mack was instrumental in helping secure equipment and funding to address the critical needs of people with disabilities following hurricanes Katrina and Rita. In 2007, he turned his attentions to injury prevention becoming the Marketing Director for ThinkFirst, the National Injury Prevention Program. In two years with ThinkFirst, Mack educated over 400,000 youth and young adults on how to prevent traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries. In 2009, he became the Director of the Louisiana Medicaid Infrastructure Grant to provide support and services toward employment for people with disabilities.

  • Michael Haynes: President/Director

    Photo of Michael Haynes in front of a handicap parking sign while sitting in his wheelchair

    Michael is the Executive Director of the Lone Star Paralysis Foundation and Director of the Seton Brain & Spine Recovery Center in Austin, TX. Previously, he spent over 17 years with St. David’s Medical Center working with the St. David’s Community Health Foundation establishing community programs focused on empowering youth and adults with disabilities through athletics and other active pursuits. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

  • Eric Lantz: Secretary/Director

    Photo of Eric Lantz in front of a handicap parking sign while sitting in his wheelchair

    Eric is an Occupational Therapist at Seton Brain & Spine Recovery Center in Austin, TX. Previously, he was an Occupational Therapist for 9 years at TIRR Memorial Hermann Rehabilitation Hospital in Houston Texas. In addition, he has managed youth camps for children with disabilities in Texas. He has received a Bachelor’s Degree from each of Texas A&M University and the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.

  • Michael Stimets: Treasurer/Director

    Photo of Michael Stimets standing in front of a handicap parking sign

    Michael is a Senior Scientist at Parsons Inc.’s Government Services Unit in Austin, Texas. He has been with Parsons in varying technology and managerial roles for over 25 years. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from The University of Texas at Austin.

  • Regina Blye: Director

    Photo of Regina Blye in front of a handicap parking sign while sitting in her motorized wheelchair

    Regina is the Executive Director of the Texas State Independent Living Council (SILC) in Austin, TX. She is a United States Presidential appointee to the United States Access Board. Shw is also Vice-Chair of the Texas Disability Policy Consortium, a collection of organizations working together to advance the rights of Texans with disabilities, and serves as a board member for the Coalition of Texans with Disabilities, a grassroots advocacy organization. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from West Texas A&M University.

  • Chase Bearden: Director

    Photo of Chase Bearden in front of a handicap parking sign while sitting in his wheelchair

    Chase is the Director of Advocacy for the Coalition of Texans with Disabilities in Austin, TX. In this role, he manages research, policy analysis and legislative recommendations to the Texas State Legislature and Texas state agencies on issues surrounding disabilities. He serves on the Texas Governor-appointed Rehabilitation Council of Texas and the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Concordia University in Austin, TX.

  • Kathryn McCarter-Moore: Director

    Photo of Kathryn McCarter standing in front of a handicap parking sign

    Kathryn is a social worker at the VA in Houston, TX where she works with homeless veterans to help find housing. Prior to her current professional role, she spent the past 8 years as a fundraiser for political campaigns and nonprofits in Houston and Austin. When not working at the VA, she is active with TIRR (The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research) and MD Anderson Cancer Center. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from The University of Texas at Austin and her Masters in Social Work from the University of Houston.

  • Campbell Macdonald: Director

    Photo of Campbell MacDonold standing in front of a handicap parking sign

    Campbell is the CEO and co-founder of VC-backed Pathful. Previously, he has nearly 20 year of senior managerial experience with companies including BuildDirect.com, Home Depot and the Canadian Pacific Railway. He is also active in his community working with open data, the start-up and accessibility communities. Campbell received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Manitoba and Master’s Degree from Queen’s University.