Mouchka Heller

Lead, Seamless Intermodal Mobility, Future of Mobility System

World Economic Forum

Mouchka Heller leads the World Economic Forum’s work on intermodal mobility in which capacity she helps design, test, execute and globally scale initiatives that unlock socioeconomic benefits by optimizing the movement of people and goods. In this capacity, she currently manages a pilot building a catalytic digital integrated mobility platform in Detroit (MI), Ann Arbor (MI), and Windsor (ON). Ms. Heller joined the Forum from the Consulate of Canada in NY where, as Trade Commissioner of infrastructure, she pioneered international trade programs in smart cities and urban resiliency, advised cabinet-level members, helped close billion-dollar projects, created economic inclusion programs, and contributed to strategic planning on NAFTA and tariff negotiations. Prior to the Consulate, Ms. Heller worked for The Economist Group, where she was the company’s inaugural global data protection officer. Ms. Heller is also an Adjunct Professor at Yeshiva University, where she teaches negotiation strategy, and a graduate of Georgetown University.