ANN ARBOR—May Mobility, the Ann Arbor-based developer of autonomous vehicle technology and shuttle operations, today announced the appointment of Ryan Green as its first chief financial officer.
Green brings over 20 years of experience leading financial functions and will focus on positioning May Mobility for growth.
“With experience at the intersection of automotive, technology, and growth-stage companies, Ryan is an exceptional CFO for May Mobility,” said May Mobility CEO Edwin Olson. “Adding his knowledge and experience to our team will help us continue to accelerate our business and execute May Mobility’s vision.”
Green joins the company most recently from the American electric vehicle maker and automotive technology company Rivian, where he led their finance, accounting and corporate governance functions, growing a department of five to a staff of more than 100. Prior to Rivian, he served as CFO at Harley Davidson Financial Services, with previous experience at Ford Motor Co. and Visteon.
“I am beyond excited to join May Mobility and help the company continue to accelerate growth,” said Green. “What drew me to the company is how we directly impact the communities we serve. The clarity of May Mobility’s mission to provide a safer, greener, more accessible world through autonomous mobility is something I look forward to supporting in my role as CFO.”
Ryan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in finance from Michigan State University and an MBA from Wayne State University.
May Mobility’s autonomous shuttles have provided more than 275,000 autonomous rides to date. More at maymobility.com.