Chu brings leadership in planning and design as well as a commitment to public service 

(Chicago, IL) The Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC) is excited to welcome Tiffany Chu as our newest board member. Chu will be bringing her expertise and passion for designing better cities for people and the planet to the governance of SUMC. 

Chu is the SVP of Remixwhich Via acquired in Marcha collaborative mobility platform that works with 350+ cities worldwide. She also launched the UX practice at Zipcar and has experience as the commissioner of San Francisco’s Department of the Environment and working with Code for America, MIT Media Lab, Continuum, Dwell, and more.  

Kicking off SUMC’s 2021 National Shared Mobility Summit, Chu was the first speaker and Morning Welcome and Key Conversation Host, and was a plenary speaker at the 2019 National Shared Mobility Summit. 

Along with joining the Board of Directors for SUMC, Chu currently serves as a board member for the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance, committee member of the Congestion Pricing Advisory for the San Francisco County Transportation Authority, mentor for Women’s Transportation Seminar at WTS International, mentor for Female Founder Office Hours at All Raise, and is on the advisory board of Northwestern University’s Transportation Center on Telemobility. 

Chu holds a B.S. in architecture with concentrations in urban planning and comparative media studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Watch Tiffany’s Key Conversation at the 2021 National Shared Mobility Summit: How can data about our cities challenge existing (societal) power structures?

The Shared-Use Mobility Center is a public-interest organization dedicated to achieving equitable, affordable, and environmentally sound mobility across the US through the efficient sharing of transportation assets. By connecting the public and private sectors, piloting programs, conducting new research, and providing policy and technical expertise to cities and regions, SUMC seeks to extend the benefits of shared mobility for all. 

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