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Global Head of Mobility
Jennifer Jacobs Dungs believes we will see more disruption in mobility in these current 10 years than we have in the past 100. And urban mobility will be part of the core. She is currently Global Head of Mobility at EIT InnoEnergy, Europe’s largest impact investor in cleantech, where she’s responsible for all investments in this field – with 25 new investments in the last 2 years.
Previously, she spent over 20 years in the automotive industry, including Ford Motor Company, BMW, and Porsche. Jennifer also was the director at the Fraunhofer Institute, responsible for Mobility and Smart Cities and established a joint lab with MIT to help revolutionize cities.
A regular contributor to Forbes and speaker on the topic of future mobility, related to sustainability, alternative powertrain technologies, autonomous driving and business models for digital products for the mobility sector and beyond. Jennifer holds an MS in Chemical Engineering and a PhD in Chemistry.