Sandra Phillips explains why Shared Mobility Architecture will help save the planet
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This episode we're talking with Sandra Phillips. Sandra is a Shared Mobility Architect and Founder/CEO of movmi, an award-winning women-owned boutique agency specialized in shared mobility architecture.

Professional Bio: For the past 12 years, Sandra has turned new mobility visions into reality and has been involved in over 60 shared mobility ventures and programs worldwide. Before founding movmi, Sandra held several senior management and executive roles, most notably with Daimler, BCAA, and BMW. She is a TED talk speaker emeritus and a board member and guest lecturer with the Smart Mobility Program of the University of St. Gallen. She won the 2021 Change Maker Award by BCBusiness and is a Clean50 Honoree.

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