Andrew Macdonald is the Senior Vice President of Mobility and Business Operations at Uber, leading the company's mobility business in 70+ countries around the world, including ridesharing, taxis, micromobility, rentals, public transit, high-capacity vehicles, and more. He also oversees Uber's sustainability efforts, autonomous mobility and delivery operations, business development, Uber for Business, and Uber Health. He joined Uber in 2012 as the company’s first general manager for Toronto, and has since helped grow Uber into the largest mobility platform in the world.
Andrew currently serves on the board of directors of Maple Leaf Foods, the world’s first major carbon-neutral food company; Lime, which is delivering affordable and shared micromobility to cities around the world; and Careem, building the everything app for the greater Middle East.
Prior to Uber, Andrew was an entrepreneur and a management consultant with Bain & Company. Andrew studied undergraduate business at the Ivey Business School at Western University. He lives in Toronto with his wife and two young daughters.
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