What insights can we gain from women in shared mobility? Plenty! We had the opportunity to interview some incredibly intelligent women working in the shared economy space, and we’ve compiled the highlights into the following video.
These are the questions we asked during the interviews:
HOW WILL SHARED MOBILITY CHANGE IN THE NEXT 5 YEARS?
With so much change on the horizon in terms of transportation and sustainability measures, we wanted to get our interviewees’ perspectives on what they see happening in the next 5 years in the industry of shared mobility as a whole. This includes carsharing, ride sharing, and bikesharing.
WHY IS SHARED MOBILITY IMPORTANT FOR OUR CITIES AND COMMUNITIES?
Shared mobility has the ability to impact communities and cities as a whole, creating a much different landscape than we have seen in the past. We wanted to get our interviewees’ insights on the more global impact of shared mobility, and how this affects the lifestyles of individuals within communities.
WHAT DO WE HAVE TO DO TO CONVINCE MORE PEOPLE TO MAKE SHARED MOBILITY PART OF THEIR LIFESTYLE?
A common challenge in the shared mobility space is getting individuals to make carsharing, and other forms of shared mobility, a part of their daily life. We talked to our interviewees’ about overcoming this challenge, and they had some wonderful ideas.
The WOmen in SHARED MOBILITY We Interviewed
Silena Medici is the Project Manager at Mobility Genossenschaft and the past Chief Operating Officer of Catch a Car, an free floating carshare program in Switzerland.
Sharon Masterson is the Manager of the Corporate Partnership Board at International Transport Forum OECD in Paris, France.
Krista Huhtala-Jenks is in control of Digital Services and Mobility as a Service at Ministry of Transport and Communications at Ministry of Transport and Communications in Helsinki, Finland.
Julie Davis is Vice President of Risk Management at RiskPro Partners in Texas, USA.
After speaking to these women in shared mobility, we are very optimistic about the future of carsharing. Want to talk more? Contact us!