Executive Team

Martin A. Rubin
Chief Executive Officer and President

Smart City Holdings

Since 1994, Martin Rubin has been responsible for all aspects of Smart City including operations, finance, strategic planning and all FCC and PUC regulatory matters. Rubin negotiated acquisition of the business from Wiltel and Houston Sports Association and developed a successful purchase package for the buyout of Vista-United, Walt Disney World's in-house telecommunications company.

Rubin was formerly President of DCT Communications, Inc., an FCC license holder of wireless spectrum for voice and data communications in the 38 Ghz band, which was sold to Advance Radio Telecom in 1997 for $75 million. In 1993, he was the President of Raptor Systems, Inc., a leading software developer of Internet firewall technology that was sold to AXENT for $225 million. Previously, he served as president and COO of AutoInfo, Inc. and vice president of Corporate Information Systems of JP Morgan Chase.

Rubin served as chairman of Orlando, Inc., one of the largest chambers of commerce, from 2009-2011. He also served as chairman of the Children's Home Society of Florida, Florida's largest foster care and adoption agency, from 2012-2014. He was most recently chair of the Central Florida Foundation, a large community foundation, from 2013-2015. Rubin currently serves on the boards of the Central Florida Partnership, Children's Home Society of Florida and Junior Achievement of Central Florida. He also serves on the boards of the Central Florida Foundation, Children's Home Society of Florida Foundation and the Junior Achievement of Florida Foundation.

Professionally, Rubin has received numerous honors including election to the United States Telecom Association Board of Directors, the title of Distinguished Entrepreneur for 2004 by the Entrepreneurship Institute at Rollins College and selection as the 2005 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for Florida in the Technology category. He received his B.S. degree in economics from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.