International Affairs Building (Room 1512), Columbia University, 420 West 118th Street, New York
Mobility Futures, in coordination with the Technology, Media, and Communications specialization at the School of International and Public Affairs, is excited to present a panel discussion around the idea of "regulatory hacking," or how new ventures disrupt policy along the way to new markets.
Cécile Abramowicz, Deputy General Counsel at Via-On-Demand Transit
Karen Bhatia, Vice President at the New York City Economic Development Corporation
Evan Burfield, co-founder of 1776 and CEO of Union; author of Regulatory Hacking: A Playbook for Startups
Susan Crawford, John A. Reilly Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard Law School
Jessie Lazarus, Head of Ecosystem, Business Development at CARMERA; Former NYC Chief Digital Officer
Kathy Zhang, founder of Mobility Futures, Associate Director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism, Columbia University
Mobility Futures is an initiative at Columbia's Center for Sustainable Urban Development examining how new transportation technologies (including connected, automated, shared, and electric mobility options) are reshaping cities, and how proactive policies can create more sustainable and equitable transportation systems.