Introducing the GetGlobal Speakers

Dr. Sarah Haynes
CEO, Bolt Mobility

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Leading a New Era for Micromobility

Dr. Sarah Haynes is the co-founder, Co-CEO and Chairwoman of Bolt Mobility.


Sarah has worked in multiple sectors and roles, including: micro-mobility transportation, business development, venture capital, behavioral health, and collaborative consumption.


Sarah previously served as the Chief of Staff for Sherpa Capital, a leading venture capital firm with over$650M under management. Her role at Sherpa Capital included due diligence research, organization policy, team building, coaching, maximizing human potential, and organizational development. Sarah was also instrumental in the creation and maintenance of community relationships and corporate social responsibility initiatives.


In 2000, Sarah earned her Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Clinical Psychology and holds a certificate from the Professional Management Certificate Program (PMCP) from Georgetown University. Her extensive education includes graduate, undergraduate and certification programs from an array of Universities, which include: University of California, Berkeley, Georgetown University, NSU, and University of Maryland.


Sarah was previously a member of the full-time faculty on clinical research at Georgetown University School of Medicine where she served as a health educator and a team leader/project management for an NIH funded research protocol aimed at improving health outcomes for minority populations in five major hospitals in Washington, D.C. Sarah was also a policymaker shaping community and organizational behavior in large institutions.


In the past, Sarah has been an active Program Volunteer with the YMCA of Silicon Valley, where she helped individuals set and achieve individual wellness goals. She has held a position on the steering committee for UNICEF USA to support disaster and humanitarian relief and has helped to alleviate poverty in Puerto Rico through The Pishevar Family Foundation.

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