Arrive is a small but dedicated group of people who care about making life easier, and friendlier, on a daily basis by creating access to on-demand ride services for people without smartphones.
We want everyone associated with Arrive to experience the freedom of reliable transportation without needing to be the one behind the wheel.
Arrive Management Team
Amy Stice founded Arrive Ride Services to allow her grandmother to maintain her freedom and independence without the need to drive a car, ask family and friends for a ride, or wait for an unreliable shuttle service. Amy realized that a relatively simple solution could solve a major problem for a large number of Americans, so she decided to dedicate herself to building it.
Previously, Amy was Director of Marketing and Sales Operations at Borrego Solar Systems, the US’ third-largest commercial solar developer. She is a founding Board Emerita member of Oasis for Girls in San Francisco.
Amy has a BA in liberal arts from Whittier College.
Liz joined Arrive Rides because she, too, understands the importance of providing reliable transportation options for people without smartphones. Liz is lucky enough to have both of her grandmothers in her life. In fact, one of them just turned 100 in 2016!
Liz is an entrepreneur at heart. Prior to starting Arrive with Amy, Liz helped start YourLife Education, a student travel company that took middle school students and their teacher chaperones on international, educational programs in 2016. Liz lead multiple trips to Costa Rica and Ireland and the UK in the summer of 2016 and is proud to have helped broaden the experiences of nearly 170 students.
Prior to YourLife, Liz worked as General Manager and Senior Product and Marketing Manager for BookRags.com, an online literature resource for students and teachers.
Arrive Advisory Board
Debbie has spent the majority of her career working at the intersection of technology, business and law — focusing primarily on start-ups. She currently is Lead Counsel at Oculus VR, part of Facebook. Previously, she served as Legal Counsel and Head of Legal at two start-up companies in San Francisco, and put in time at Google as well.
Debbie is also co-founder of SunLaw, a group for women in-house attorneys.