Public Policy at Uber is truly transformative. A new and unregulated industry, the platform economy is changing the world of work. The Public Policy team engages policy makers and stakeholders around the world to advocate for the future of mobility and delivery and to demonstrate our value to cities.
Inside Public Policy
Why Athira joined Uber from the social sector
"Not often do you get to work at a company whose product you use on a daily basis," shares Athira Menon, an Uber employee who previously worked in the social sector and is a Senior Manager for Public Policy located in Bangalore, India. "Many of the issues that I have closely worked on have been central to how people experience moving in the city and that was exciting.”
At Uber we’re reimagining the way the world moves for the better. We are helping people go anywhere and get anything. And we do it on a global scale, at the speed of now.
What Pride means to us
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Our Return to the Office
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Explore our Public Policy teams
- Central Policy
The Central Policy team at Uber Headquarters establishes our global policy positions, works with teams around the world to execute campaigns on the issues that matter to the business, and provides policy counsel to our Product and Central Operations teams.
- Economics and Policy Research
The Policy Research and Economics team produces in-house research and collaborates with world-leading academics to understand our marketplace and improve our products. Our data scientists work with policy issue experts around the world, equipping them with data and insights to inform our public policy positions.
- Regional Policy
Members of our Regional Policy team work in cities around the world, acting as Uber’s “boots on the ground” to work directly with policy makers and regulators in their region.
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