Mujeres en Uber
We are a catalyst for a thriving Uber culture. We promote the advancement of women at Uber through our network, access to leadership, professional development, and peer mentoring. We invite all employees (men and women) to join our community.
Our mission is to connect, empower, and support the advancement of women at Uber. We are building a strong community of women and allies to share knowledge, provide access to leadership and mentoring, and attract and retain top talent to Uber. Women at Uber is open to everyone—men and women, managers and individual contributors.
What we stand for
Supporting women means doing our part to help attract, retain, and promote women at Uber. We’re intersectional in our efforts and plan to continue to work with the business to help #movethenumbers.
We believe in lifting as we climb—and this means not only inside of Uber, but also within the communities that we serve.
Senior Program Manager, Tech
Hired as a trilingual wordsmith on the Localization team, Kathy currently manages the language quality of all content types at Uber for 9 languages in APAC and MENA. In her spare time, she can be seen petting dogs at 1455, volunteering at other ERGs’ events, and evangelizing to teams worldwide on Uber’s globalization. She is also a noodle expert.
Sonia Nijhawan Mehra
Chief of Staff, Product
Sonia is Chief of Staff for Leadership and Strategy, leading one of the largest executive education programs in corporate America. Previously, she was a Product Lead for Uber Maps, developing foundational map services to power billions of Uber trips. Her guilty pleasure is all reality TV, and she is an avid dancer.
Lana is a Project Specialist at the Advanced Technologies Group; she formerly served as the US/Canada Lead of Pride at Uber. Currently residing in Pittsburgh, she is a sitting member of Mayor Bill Peduto’s LGBTQIA+ Advisory Council. She is also a trained architect, designer, writer, blogger, traveler, amateur carpenter, and cat mom of 2.
Personal and City Safety Senior Associate
Camila leads Personal and City Safety Policy in San Francisco. She was previously part of the local policy team in Colombia for 2 and a half years. She loves spending time with her family, traveling, and getting to know cities by walking everywhere.
Security Engineer II
Apoorva is a Software Engineer at Uber Eats. She has worked previously as a Security Engineer at ATG and before that as an engineer for 4 years in different roles at Apple. Apoorva served as one of the Co-Chairs for LadyEng Outreach in 2018. Outside of Uber, Apoorva enjoys cooking and playing cooking-related video games in her free time. She is physically incapable of resisting cheese, wine, and a good time.
Head of Brand Management, Ridesharing - EMEA
Meg is the Head of Brand Management for Rides in EMEA, sitting in the Amsterdam office. She has been at Uber for 5+ years. In that time, she has built a number of marketing functions around the globe. Meg loves music and in a previous life would have been an angsty rock musician.
Senior Customer Success Manager
Manisha is a Lead on the US Uber Eats Enterprise team based in NYC. She was previously working in Eats Ops in Sydney. She has just moved to the US from Australia, so she’s enjoying exploring and eating her way through NYC. Manisha also can’t say no to a dance floor and enjoys crosswords and spontaneous travel.
Sr Software Engineer II, TLM
Xiao is an Engineering Manager in Customer Obsession focused on applying AI to customer support problems for all lines of business globally. She has been with Uber almost 3 years and is currently based in SF. Xiao enjoys hiking, traveling, and tropical islands and is a big fan of natural hot springs.
Executive sponsor, VP, Americas Operations and Global Business Development
"I've been on my own personal journey when it comes to Diversity and Inclusion and truly believe that this is a process and not a destination but that we must demonstrate progress along the way. I'm honored to be a part of Women at Uber and look forward to learning and progressing together.”