Gretchen Effgen

VP Partnerships , nuTonomy

Gretchen Effgen is VP of Global Partnerships for Aptiv Autonomous Mobility, where she leads the company’s go-to-market team. In addition to developing and executing the strategy and partnerships required to bring autonomous vehicles to market, Gretchen serves on the Commission on the Future of Transportation at the appointment of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker. A former Zipcar executive, Gretchen was responsible for the company’s strategic partnership initiatives, including those with Ford, Honda, Toyota. These partnerships were some of the earliest collaborations between the then-emerging mobility-as-a-service industry and established OEMs. She was awarded a specially-created Zipcar Innovator award in 2012. She serves on the Board of Directors of CivicSmart, a globally deployed V2X parking solutions provider, where she fulfilled an interim executive role on mobility services. Gretchen convened the Boston Mobility Roundtable in 2016 and is a three-time appointee to the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Councils, twice for Cities and Urbanization and most recently for entrepreneurship.

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