Sandra Phillips (F)
Shared Mobility is at the intersection of transportation planning, engineering and technology: all sectors that struggle with diversity in their workforce. So it's no surprise that the typical user of shared mobility is young, male and tech savvy. Yet shared mobility has the ability to provide affordable, flexible and reliable services for everyone. Which is why we need to increase diversity in the workforce because that's how we can correct for design bias and increase resilience. Part of movmi's mission from day one was to increase female representation, whether that is in our own workforce or through our Women in Shared Mobility initiative.
Between 51% and 80% women employees.
Above 80% women at management level.
Above 80% women on boards/executive team/partners.