Emily Castor Warren is a shared mobility pioneer with a wealth of experience in transportation policy and technology regulation. As Director of Policy at Nelson\Nygaard, she guides transportation agencies in developing policy frameworks to govern emerging technologies and deliver safe, equitable, sustainable outcomes. After starting her career as a Congressional legislative aide and municipal financial analyst, Emily joined Lyft on its first day of operations in 2012. During her tenure there, she founded several core departments and led teams focused on transportation policy, public transit partnerships, and community engagement as Lyft expanded across all 50 states. Emily later joined Lime, where she led the global policy and research team as the company scaled its shared scooter service to 100 cities and 15 countries.
Emily’s deep operational experience allows her to craft creative policy solutions that harness the benefits of new mobility options while ensuring industry accountability. Emily serves on the advisory board of the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies and as a board director for SUMC and Boston’s LivableStreets Alliance. She maintains advisory affiliations with Fontinalis Partners, a venture capital firm focused on the transportation sector, and Superpedestrian, an electric bike and scooter hardware and software company.
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