Meet Uber New England!

Meet the people that make Uber New England run! Now that we’ve gotten so big, we thought it was about time to introduce some of the faces behind Uber’s growing Boston-based team. Our team is made up of marketing rockstars, driver operations wizards, community operations gurus, and policy and communications pros who serve riders and drivers-partners all across Massachusetts and areas of greater New England. Say hello to Uber New England!


Meghan | General Manager, Uber East Coast

Hailing From: South End (Boston, MA)

What is your role at Uber?
I oversee our large, mature ridesharing cities – Boston, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Nashville. I work closely with the GMs and city teams who run those cities to find effective ways to scale and grow.

Favorite #UberDestination
Fenway Park

Favorite part about working at Uber?
My favorite part about working at Uber is the incredible people. I feel really lucky to work alongside people who teach and challenge me – and keep me laughing while I’m at it – every day.


Zack | Operations Manager – New England

Hailing From: Brookline, MA

What is your role at Uber?
I lead a team of Driver Operations Managers focused on increasing the availability of Uber rides in greater New England (outside of just the Boston area). It’s our goal to make Uber a supremely reliable option in all the territories we manage, particularly the greater Worcester area and Rhode Island. We work everyday to grow the number of driver-partners on the system and to make sure that our partners who are already on the system have the tools and information they need to be successful with Uber.

Favorite #UberDestination
Charlestown! It’s such a fun neighborhood but has pretty limited public transportation options so Uber really opens up that part of town.

Favorite part about working at Uber?
It’s really rewarding for me to get to see how many people the Uber system impacts on a daily basis in some concrete way. Whether hearing from friends about the fun events they got to with Uber, or speaking with partners about how Uber helps them supplement their income, it’s great to get those reminders of what we work so hard for.

I also like that I get to wear a t-shirt and flip flops to work.


Annika | Senior Community Operations Manager – East Coast

Hailing From: Beacon Hill (Boston, MA)

What is your role at Uber?
I have the pleasure of managing a team of rockstar Community Operations Managers in Boston, all of whom spend the bulk of their time working on projects dedicated to making the Uber experience more straightforward and magical for our partners and riders. Our ultimate goal is to reduce the number of reasons that drive our community to reach out to Uber Support – this means making everything so frictionless that our riders and partners only come to us for something when they want to do so.

Favorite #UberDestination
I love taking Uber to Fort Point to sit on friends’ roof decks and eat oysters at Row 34.

Favorite part about working at Uber?
My favorite part about working at Uber is, hands down, the people. I’ve been lucky enough to meet employees from all over the world, all throughout the company, and they are brilliant and so fun to work alongside. I also love getting to know our driver-partners and understanding what we can do to make the Uber platform even better for them. Now with uberPOOL in Boston, there’s an even greater opportunity to connect with more of the Uber community!


Andrew | Driver Operations Manager

Hailing From: Somerville, MA

What is your role at Uber?
I lead the driver operations team focused on managing and growing uberPOOL in Boston. Over my past year or so at Uber Boston, I’ve also helped design city-based and regional strategies/processes for in-person support, driver marketing and engagement, and driver referrals and incentives.

Favorite #UberDestination
Union Square

Favorite part about working at Uber?
Empowering a diverse and dynamic group of Boston entrepreneurs. From the first time I took my first Uber, 2 years ago, to now, I’ve always been struck by the incredibly diverse group of driver-partners on the platform. I’ve taken rides with immigrants from all corners of the world, mothers who drive during the afternoon to make part-time cash while their kids are in school, aspiring performing artists and musicians who rely on the flexibility of Uber to support their creative ambitions, students who drive between classes to pay for grad school, future husbands who drive on weekends to pay for their wedding, and retired war veterans who just love to drive and meet new people. For some, Uber is the full-time entrepreneurial opportunity they’ve been seeking. For others, it’s a way to connect with their city, while earning some much needed additional cash. For me, Uber represents an engine of economic empowerment for people to follow their passions and encourages me that the American Dream is still alive.


Naji | Marketing Manager

Hailing From: South Boston (Boston, MA)

What is your role at Uber?
I’m a Marketing Manager on the New England team, heading up all paid marketing efforts fueling new user acquisition. I’ve also run initiatives such as direct mail, daily deals and most recently our MBTA ad campaigns. I also used to run the Twitter once upon a time…

Favorite #UberDestination
The Museum of Science

Favorite part about working at Uber?
The fact that we, as a team, are still shaping Uber’s identity. There’s never been a company quite like us, so we’re on our own to blaze a new trail. From the inside, watching the growth, developments, and innovations we’ve made has easily been my favorite part about working at Uber.

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