Meghan Verena Joyce is the Regional General Manager of Uber’s US & Canada city operations. Her responsibilities include overseeing business outcomes as well as rider and driver experience in 244 Uber markets across the US and Canada. Meghan supervises a team of over 450 operations and marketing professionals and has been a leading voice in Uber’s culture turnaround efforts.
Meghan joined Uber in 2013 as the General Manager of the Boston market, where she oversaw unprecedented growth of the market and expanded coverage throughout New England. During her tenure, she launched Uber in Rhode Island, Cape Cod, and Western Massachusetts. She later served as Regional General Manager of the East Coast, and spearheaded a global effort to scale Uber’s carpooling option, uberPOOL, by coordinating product and operational teams.
Prior to Uber, Meghan worked at the US Treasury on the financial crisis response team, Bain Capital, and Bain & Company.
Meghan is a member of the Robert S. Brookings Society at the Brookings Institution and the Executive Advisory Council of WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station. She received her Bachelor of Arts in the History of Science from Harvard College and her MBA at Harvard Business School.