Tim Krauskopf has had, since 2002, several roles combining his interests in transportation and technology. Round Lake Designs does technology consulting for transportation, Round Lake Freight was a small truck carrier Tim founded, and Freight Zone produced software for truckload freight management.
Mr. Krauskopf served as a Vice President at Motorola, managing several core product teams of the Internet Software and Content Group (ISCG), including messaging, games and entertainment content. In addition, Mr. Krauskopf has held a variety of management and technical roles dealing with the Internet and high technology. This includes startup companies Parlano, Inc., where he was a co-founder and CEO, and PCQuote.com, Inc. where he was President and Chief Operating Officer. Previously, Mr. Krauskopf was Head of Information Services at The Field Museum in Chicago.
Mr. Krauskopf was also a co-founder, Chief Technical Officer and Vice President of Research and Development for Spyglass, Inc. He led technology planning and managed development for the Spyglass line of Internet technology products, including the forerunner to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Spyglass Mosaic.
Mr. Krauskopf has a BA degree in Integrated Science from Northwestern University, an MS degree in Computer Science from the University of Illinois and a MM (MBA) degree from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern. He was an inaugural fellow in the Henry Crown Fellowship program at the Aspen Institute.
Mr. Krauskopf’s non-profit affiliations include:
Northwestern University Board of Trustees
Aspen Institute Board of Trustees
Board of the Illinois Technology Development Alliance (a public/private collaboration created to strengthen the Illinois economy with hi-tech startups)
Spectrios Institute for Low Vision Board