As National Indigenous History Month comes to a close, we wanted to use this month’s Multimodal Monday’s episode to introduce you to Canon Cook, who has worked closely with movmi on our Shared Mobility City Index (SMCI) and has an on-the-ground experience working in the transportation industry. We interviewed Canon to find out her thoughts on the inequalities and challenges cities and rural communities across North America have with their public transportation systems.
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, we thought we would craft the ultimate love letter to you, our mobility heroes, both past and present. As part of our love letter, we wanted to share some of the critical work you amazing women are currently doing in the transportation sector and also some of the work and actions that have inspired us, from our transportation heroes of the past.
This week, on Monday January 31st, we hosted the Empower Women in Shared Mobility Pitch, virtual Award Ceremony. We’d like to thank everyone that tuned
With only 4 days left until the Empower Women in Shared Mobility 2022 virtual award ceremony – it’s time to announce the TOP 3 FINALISTS! Plus we’ll spotlight this year’s ‘outstanding applicant’ and introduce this year’s award ceremony MC, the amazing Crissy Ditmore!
The EmpowerWISM panel of judges have begun the very hard task of choosing the top 5 finalists and winner from this years amazing group of applicants! In case you our new to the EmpoweWISM Pitch, here is a recap:
Our Empower Women in Shared Mobility Pitch is a program dedicated to encouraging and empowering women-led companies within the shared mobility industry. The winning mobility venture (as voted for by our panel of expert judges) will receive a 12 month mentoring package from movmi, a start-up booth at Autonomy Paris and return flights to Paris provided by INVERS.
e received 19 applications in total and wanted to share with you an overview of the entrants. Keep reading to find out the focus areas of each company, where they are located in the world and the women majority of each company!
We have partnered with some truly exceptional companies to bring our EmpowerWISM Pitch to life this year including. They have supported us by promoting the Empower Women in Shared Mobility Pitch and by offering a few amazing prizes for the winner! Keep reading to find out what those prizes are.
The panel of judges for our EmpowerWISM program was carefully selected to ensure we had a mix of highly established and diverse experts within the international transportation industry. The skillsets and experience each panelist brings to the table is totally unique with backgrounds in both the public and private sectors. A goal of ours was to enlist the expertise of women and men who have been involved with other female-orientated programs, promoting equality and inclusivity, particularly within the mobility arena.
We provide all our users with practical information for the scenarios above, from safely cutting a ride short to de-escalating an angry driver to worst-case scenarios of being taken to an off-grid location. Since space is so constrained in a moving vehicle, none of the solutions we offer are based on physical techniques. Instead, our solutions inform action plans that can be executed easily and immediately.
‘She Was Only Walking Home.’ ‘It could have been me.’ ‘When will women be safe?’ These are just a few of the powerful messages from
With less than two weeks until the Empower Women in Shared Mobility 2021 virtual award ceremony – it’s time to announce the TOP 5 FINALISTS!
Is mobility gender-neutral? Spoiler alert: it’s not. Mind the Mobility Gap, a series brought to you by Women of TIER. The Women of TIER is
In this month’s edition of our ‘Women In Shared Mobility’ series, we take a look back at our interviews of 2020 so far, and share
This month on the ‘Women In Shared Mobility’ series, our CEO Sandra Phillips interviewed Nadia Anderson, Ph.D. – Government Relations, Cruise. Nadia Anderson, Ph.D. is a
This month on the ‘Women In Shared Mobility’ series, our CEO Sandra Phillips interviewed Tamika L. Butler, Esq, Founder and Principal, Tamika L. Butler Consulting, LLC. Tamika
This month on the ‘Women In Shared Mobility’ series, our CEO Sandra Phillips interviewed Sandra Witzel, Head of Marketing at SkedGo. Sandra has almost two
This month on the ‘Women In Shared Mobility’ series, our CEO Sandra Phillips interviewed Clarrissa Cabansagan, New Mobility Policy Director at TransForm. Clarrissa Cabansagan is
This month on the ‘Women In Shared Mobility’ series, our CEO Sandra Phillips interviewed Polina Mikhaylova, Co-Founder of KNOT. Polina Mikhaylova is originally from Saint-Petersburg,
This month on the ‘Women In Shared Mobility’ series, our CEO Sandra Phillips interviewed Katharina Wagner, Co-Founder and CEO of Oply. Katharina Wagner is a
This month on the ‘Women In Shared Mobility’ series, our CEO Sandra Phillips interviewed Rita Landauer, COO of Fluidtime. As Chief Operating Officer, Rita Landauer
This month on the ‘Women In Shared Mobility’ series, our CEO Sandra Phillips interviewed Kristin Welch, Strategy and Operations Manager at Ford X. Kristin Welch
This month on the ‘Women In Shared Mobility’ series, our CEO Sandra Phillips interviewed Crissy Ditmore, the Director of Strategy for Cubic Transportation Systems. Crissy
This month for the November edition of the ‘Women In Shared Mobility’ series, our CEO Sandra Phillips interviewed Elizabeth Chee, Independent Mobility and Digital Health