Mark McClure is a California licensed general contractor and partner at CCIG, specializing in land use, entitlements, and permitting for Bay Area residential and commercial development. Mr. McClure has served the public both in appointed positions and on various public boards and community organizations of personal interest including the Oakland Planning Commission, Port Board of Commissioners and San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission.
Chris Stotka is the owner of WOPR and managing partner of Industrial Railways Company and offers extensive experience in all
phases of railroad track design, construction, maintenance, removal, inspection, and transloading. He belongs to a Preferred
Transloader with both Class I railroads and is member of TDA, CSLA, PNWARS, and Grain Association for California.
Forty-seven years railroad service. Worked up from track department and train service to progressive management positions at class
one and regional railroads. Provided due diligence and operations planning for the acquisition, start-up and operations planning of over
17 regional railroads. Member of ASLRRA Safety Committee, TRANSCAER National Committee for Transportation of Hazardous
Materials. Qualified Locomotive Engineer and Conductor, DSLE, Track and Bridge Inspector. Hazmat Trainer.
Prior to joining OGRE as the General Manger, Lance Jenkins worked for Union Pacific railroad as a Class 1 engineer, where he also
served as safety captain, conductor and brakeman. Mr.Jenkins is a seasoned transportation professional with over 15 years of railway
and yard operation experience.
Mariel recently moved back to the Bay Area and joined the OGRE team in 2020 as an assistant locomotive engineer. She supports the
day to day switching operations and rail car movement with the Tier 4 locomotive.
Megan Morodomi is responsible for managing OGRE assets, overseeing OGRE’s compliance with Oakland Global project agreements,
and coordinating with OGRE team members to ensure day to day operations and long term business objectives are met.