Anna Mohn

Head of Marketing & Communications @ door2door

Main focus: New Mobility / Green Mobility

Twitter handle: @anna_mohn

Websites/blogs: ,

Languages: German, English, Danish

City: Berlin

Country: Germany

Topics: women in tech, mobility, automated driving, accessibility, carsharing, autonomous driving, ridepooling, cars, mobility as a service, women in mobility, sustainability, future of mobility, public transport, on-demand

Services: Talk, Moderation, Workshop management, Consulting, Coaching, Interview

  Willing to travel for an event.

  Willing to talk for nonprofit.

Personal note:

For me, redesigning mobility is a central challenge of our time. Mobility affects our quality of life on so many levels - especially when it comes to curbing the climate crisis. For this, there must be mobility solutions that make it possible for people to do without their own cars. In my talks, I combine my private experiences in local politics with the solutions that door2door offers.


Since 04/2021: Head of Marketing & Communications at door2door.

Closing the gap in public transport is one of the central challenges of the transport revolution. door2door is the leading innovation partner for the new public transport. There are gaps in every public transport network: on the outskirts of cities and in rural areas, in the evenings and at weekends. We identify the gaps, supplement the network with a modern call-bus concept and integrate all existing services in an app. I am happy to present why this is an important contribution to the transport turnaround in my talks!

Before door2door:

2011-2021: Head of Marketing and Communications at BOC Group (, an international leader in software tools for globally recognised management approaches.

Studies in Journalism and Communication Sciences at the Freie Universität Berlin, degree: Bachelor of Arts

Possible lecture topics:
- Autonomous shuttles - here and now. How autonomous vehicles combined with on-demand ridepooling are driving the mobility revolution.
- Next Generation Ridepooling - how to realise the full potential of on-demand mobility.
- Ridepooling promotes innovation of non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT)
- New PBefG - New opportunities. The beginning of a new era for flexible mobility

Examples of previous talks / appearances:

Automated public transport a game changer Form sustainable mobility in rural areas?

At ITS World Congress 2021 in Hamburg i was part of this panel, discussing chances and challenges for autonomous shuttles in rural areas.

This talk is in: English
Moderation panel “Open public data - Status, requirements and outlook for the German Mobility Data Space” at IAA Mobility 2021

At IAA Mobility 2021, I moderated the panel “Open public data - Status, requirements and outlook for the German Mobility Data Space” on the Mobilitython Open Data Stage.

This talk is in: English
IAA Mobility: Women in digital mobility – status, requirements & outlook in diversity

Diversity is a key challenge in both the mobility and tech sectors. I discussed opportunities and difficulties as a participant in this panel at the IAA Mobility.

This talk is in: English
MOBILITÄT. GESTALTEN. - Lärmschutz, Sicherheit, Klimaschutz

Bevor ich zu door2door gekommen bin, war neue Mobilität ein Thema, für das ich mich auf kommunaler Ebene eingesetzt habe. 2020 habe ich zu einer Podiumsdiskussion zum Thema "MOBILITÄT. GESTALTEN. - Lärmschutz, Sicherheit, Klimaschutz" eingeladen. Mit mir auf dem Podium diskutierten u.a. die Verkehrsexpertin Kerstin Pfetsch und der Bundesgeschäftsführer von Bündnis 90/Die Grünen Michael Kellner.

Smart Operations erfordern eine Smarte Organisation

Bevor ich mich beruflich der Mobilität zugewandt habe, war ich in der IT-Branche aktiv und habe hier zahlreiche Vorträge gehalten, u.a. zu den Themen
"Smart Operations erfordern eine Smarte Organisation" (Aachener ERP-Tage), "Known risk - more fun: Integration von IKS, Prozess- und Risikomanagement" (GPM Anwenderkonferenz) und "Innovation aus Erfahrung - Warum Prozessmanagement nur mit Best Practices Erfolg hat" (GITO Tagung)

This talk is in: German