Is mobility gender-neutral?Spoiler alert: it’s not. When we look at the transport and mobility sector’s workforce, which is only 22% female. Think about it: how many women are on your team? In your department?As always this conversation is brought to you by Women of TIER: Ligia Boueres, Nastya Koro, Sadie Martin and Galuh Rohmah.Introducing: Mind the Mobility Gap, a series brought to you by WomenOfTIER.In this new season, we’ll meet some of the best and brightest of this 22% and hear the female perspective on challenges in the industry and how micro-mobility will change the world for good. We’ll also talk about how to make micro-mobility as great a transport solution for women as we know it is for men.Our speakers are inspiring women working in mobility - from sharing to sustainability to MaaS, from North America to Europe to East Africa. We’ll pick their brains to learn how they get to their destinations, both on the street and in their careers.Sandra Phillips is a shared mobility architect and female leadership advocate. After years of working as an Executive and Senior Manager with global OEMs, she founded her own company Movmi in 2014, advocating for shared mobility and Mobility-as-a-Service.Sandra Witzel is a passionate Mobility-as-a-Service advocate and works as Head of Marketing at Skedgo. She also co-founded the Women In Mobility Chapter in London.Judith Oginga Martins is an Urban/Regional Planner and researcher with a passion for cities, the environment, alleviating poverty, gender and youth issues. She is currently researching sustainable mobility in East Africa at the United Nations Human Settlements Programme.Let's discuss how to rock the status quo!The Women of TIER Podcast is hosted by The Women of TIER Initiative and TIER Mobility, with the mission to inspire women & allies through examples of leadership & learning, enabling the exchange of knowledge, experiences, and networking in the startups & work environments.ProductionTon, Sound Production and Sound Design: Tim TabellionContent Production: Ligia Boueres, Nastya Koro, Sadie Martin and Galuh Rohmah.