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Big thinkers, makers, innovators: we’re all here to build the world’s best autonomous technology and make it accessible to everyone. Learn more about the mission and values that drive us.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to reimagine transportation by developing and deploying autonomous vehicles that get people where they need to go safely, easily and with a lot more fun.

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The Values That Drive Us

We’re united in respect and regard for our four core values. Our values guide us to do the right things, for the right reasons—they inspire us, every day, to do what we do. And they remind us that when we do great things together, we can make a great impact on the world.

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Value Personal Relationships

We believe the path to the best results are paved with empathy, inclusivity and collaboration.

Do What's Right

Trust is sacred. We earn the trust of our customers and colleagues every day by doing the right thing every time with safety being of paramount importance and a point of pride.

Consider the Bigger Picture

We operate in the real world and measure our success by the positive impact we have on each other and the communities we serve.

Drive With Purpose

We empower our people. Every project, decision, and action stems from our shared determination to create a safer, greener, more accessible world.

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Our Leadership Team & Board of Directors

Life at May

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We’re more than a team—we’re a community.

Our team is a community made up of smart, kind and compassionate individuals with diverse backgrounds and perspectives. We value working toward our goals together and having fun doing it.

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Our vehicles may drive themselves, but it's our teams that power our mission.

At May Mobility, the work we do directly improves the experiences of the communities we serve today. We come to work every day to move another step closer to our mission of a safer, greener, more accessible world.

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When we get together, we go all out.

We love to celebrate and connect with each other near and far through a variety of employee events, social activities (IRL and virtual!) and community involvement.

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Work at May Mobility

Our vehicles drive themselves, but it’s people like you who drive May Mobility. Join ranks with our diverse group of curious, passionate people and help us solve a spectrum of autonomous mobility challenges.

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Edwin Olson

Chief Executive Officer

Edwin Olson is co-founder and CEO of May Mobility, Inc. He has focused on the development of autonomous vehicles for over two decades, co-leading autonomous vehicle development at Toyota Research Institute and helping to develop Ford Motor Company’s autonomous vehicles. He has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT and is a professor of Computer Science at the University of Michigan.

Kathy Winter

Chief Operating Officer

Kathy Winter is Chief Operations Officer of May Mobility, Inc. She joined the company in late 2022 and is focused on accelerating execution and developing strategies and partnerships to help May scale globally. Prior to joining May, Winter served as vice president and general manager of Intel Corporation’s Autonomous Transportation & Infrastructure division. She has nearly 30 years of engineering and automotive experience, including more than ten years working on advancements in the autonomous driving sector. Winter also serves as an independent director for NFI, a global provider of sustainable bus and motor coach solutions.

Ryan Green

Chief Financial Officer

Ryan Green is Chief Financial Officer of May Mobility, Inc. He joined the company in May of 2021 and is responsible for leading May’s financial operations, including the finance, accounting and corporate governance functions. Prior to joining May, Green was the CFO at Rivian, the American electric vehicle maker and automotive technology company. Prior to Rivian, he served as the CFO for Harley Davidson Financial Services, and held various financial leadership positions at Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Bayer AG and Ford/Visteon. Green holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Michigan State University, and an MBA from Wayne State University.

Tom Tang

Chief People Officer

Tom Tang is Chief People Officer of May Mobility, Inc. Since joining the company in July 2020, Tom has focused on cultivating a new kind of employee experience focused on the growth and development of our incredibly talented people alongside our technology and service to communities. As May Mobility reimagines transportation, Tom is reimagining the workplace. His forward-thinking approach earned him a place on Business Insider’s list of power players in the self-driving car industry. Prior to joining May, Tom co-led the people function at Cruise where he grew the team from 100 to over 2,000 employees over the course of 3 years.

Manik Dhar

Chief Commercial Officer

Manik Dhar is Chief Commercial Officer at May Mobility, Inc. He is responsible for developing and implementing May’s growth strategy. No stranger to the tech sector, Dhar has more than 25 years’ experience helping startups and industry giants alike expand and achieve scale. Prior to joining the company in February 2022, he served as Chief Revenue Officer at data-annotation firm CloudFactory. He has also led student-transportation disruptor Zūm to 10x growth in two years, and held executive positions at Google and Oracle. Dhar majored in computer science at Bangalore University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering.

Jacob Crossman

Vice President of Autonomy

Jacob Crossman is Vice President of Autonomy at May Mobility, Inc. He was appointed to the position in August of 2021 and is responsible for the company’s autonomy engineering and robotics engineering functions and teams in development and deployment of May Mobility’s autonomous vehicles. Crossman joined May Mobility after more than 20 years of professional experience in research and development of autonomous sense/react technologies at Soar Technology, Inc. and Deepgram.

Keith Hadi

Vice President of Vehicle Engineering

Keith Hadi is Vice President of Vehicle Engineering for May Mobility, Inc. He was appointed to the position in October of 2021 and is responsible for overseeing vehicle engineering, production, launch, and fleet solutions engineering. Prior to joining May Mobility, Hadi was Director of ADAS Product Development at HARMAN International and held various ADAS, engineering, and engineering management roles at Veoneer, Hella, Bosch, and Daimler Chrysler. He holds a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from Oakland University and an Executive MBA from Michigan State University.

Kamil Litman

Vice President of Software

Kamil Litman is Vice President of Software at May Mobility, Inc. He was appointed to this position in June 2020 and is responsible for DevOps, Data practice, and full-stack development of experiences for internal and external customers. Litman joined May Mobility after leading Software Engineering at StockX. Prior to joining StockX, Litman spent 13 years at GE in various positions before becoming Vice President of Software Engineering at GE Digital.

Sheryl Seitz

Vice President of Marketing and Communications

Sheryl Seitz is Vice President of Marketing & Communications at May Mobility, Inc. She is responsible for our go-to-market strategy, brand development, community, global PR, content and social media. Seitz joined May Mobility after leading Marketing and Communications at Plus One Robotics. Prior to that, she worked for Apple and Samsung, and startups including Mapbox.

Benjamin Birnbaum

Partner at Keyframe

Benjamin Birnbaum is a board director for May Mobility, Inc. Birnbaum is a founder and partner of Keyframe Capital, a cross-asset investment fund that focuses on enabling change in physical infrastructure categories, like transportation, energy, and the built environment, as well as a founder of Terawatt Infrastructure, a developer, owner, and operator of electric vehicle charging assets. Prior to this, Ben was the Vice President of Strategy for MV Transportation; operating in over 200 cities, MV is of the world’s largest transit operators. Birnbaum holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Accounting from Pennsylvania State University.

Ray Cheng

Partner at Millennium Technology Value Partners

Ray Cheng is a board director for May Mobility, Inc. Ray is a Partner at Millennium, an investment firm that has backed many significant technology companies from Facebook and Twitter to Alibaba and Zappos. Prior to joining Millennium, Ray spent three years with Rho Ventures where he was a Senior Analyst in their New York office. Ray also serves as a founding advisor to Komodo Health, and was previously an advisor to HackHands, which was acquired by Plursalsight in July 2015. Ray graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Economics from The Wharton School and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Systems Engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Jennifer Keesmaat

Partner, Markee Developments / CEO, The Keesmaat Group / Former Chief City Planner, City of Toronto

Jennifer Keesmaat is a board director for May Mobility, Inc. Keesmaat spent half a decade as Toronto’s Chief City Planner, where she was celebrated for her forward-thinking and collaborative approach to city-building. Keesmaat is a founding partner of Markee Developments. A Distinguished Visitor in Residence Emeritus at the University of Toronto, Keesmaat continues to share her vision for cities through a variety of publications and on her podcast, Invisible City. Keesmaat is the Chief Architect of the 2020 Declaration for Resilience in Canadian Cities, a blueprint for adapting cities post Covid19. Keesmaat is on the Advisory Board of the Urban Land Institute, Toronto, and is appointed to the International Panel of Experts, Singapore Urban Redevelopment Authority.

Seiji Miyasaka

Director (US Investments), Mirai Creation Fund, SPARX Asset Management

Seiji Miyasaka is a board director for May Mobility, Inc. With almost twenty years of experience as a leader in private equity investment, Seiji has led U.S. investments at Mirai Creation Fund, a venture capital fund managed by SPARX Asset Management that invests into next generation technologies including AI, robotics, energy solutions, electrification, and carbon neutrality. Prior to joining SPARX, Seiji served as chief operating officer and president of Japanese energy-focused private equity fund IDI Infrastructures Inc., after having gained experience working at Japanese and U.S. private equity firms and the Industrial Bank of Japan. Seiji holds a Master of Law degree from Duke University’s School of Law, as well as a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tokyo’s Faculty of Law.

Yosuke Tsuruta

Vice President of Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) in DX & Mobility

Yosuke (Ken) Tsuruta is a board member for May Mobility, Inc. As the vice president of dealer experience and mobility at Toyota Motor North America, he leads activities driving Toyota’s Mobility as a Service (Autono-MaaS) and flying mobility businesses. With his roles spanning across Japan, Thailand and the U.S. during his more than 20 years with Toyota, he has led projects including the development of the e-Palette and collaborations with mobility partners including May Mobility, Uber, and Aurora, as well as a collaboration with NTT – the largest telecommunications carrier to develop mobility services and smart city platforms.

He helped establish MONET Technologies, a joint venture between Toyota and Softbank to provide on-demand mobility services with an autonomous module bus, as well as Fengju Chuxing – a car rental service provider, covering automotive sales, technology development and online ride-hailing that is a joint venture between Toyota and Chinese company DiDi Chuxing. Yosuke holds a degree from Waseda University.

Edwin Olson

Chief Executive Officer

Edwin Olson is co-founder and CEO of May Mobility, Inc. He has focused on the development of autonomous vehicles for over two decades, co-leading autonomous vehicle development at Toyota Research Institute and helping to develop Ford Motor Company’s autonomous vehicles. He has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT and is a professor of Computer Science at the University of Michigan.