Mackinac Policy Conference: Alisyn Malek’s vision for Michigan mobility

This content is from the Detroit Regional Chamber's 2019 Mackinac Policy Conference. 
Alisyn Malek, chief operating officer and co-founder of May Mobility, shared her vision for mobility in Michigan on Thursday, May 30 at the 2019 Mackinac Policy Conference. With a background in automotive engineering, Malek caught the mobility bug early in her career, committing herself to develop robust, multi-modal transportation systems that provide more accessible options for consumers.
Malek’s vision is rooted in versatility that goes beyond vehicles and provides a host of options for those looking for faster or more accessible and affordable modes of transportation.

“The future of mobility is about more than just the vehicle. It’s about the whole transportation journey,” said Malek.
Malek wants to do this all here, in Michigan, and become the global model for mobility. She and the May Mobility team are committed to using Michigan talent and keeping Michigan relevant as a leader in this space to bring this vision to life.

Key Takeaways
  • Multi-modal transportation will transform the way people get around for the better, providing more options in terms of efficiency, affordability, and accessibility.
  • Mobility is about more than vehicles. It is about creating full, connected transportation systems that more effectively serve their users.
  • The next step toward this vision is investment, both in preparing youth for the next-generation careers and small companies spearheading these efforts.
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