The Director has a degree in Industrial Relations from the Andrés Bello Catholic University in Caracas Venezuela; she also studied a Master in Business from the Met College of the University of Boston, in the US.
González also worked at Virgin Mobile Mexico, Avon, and McKinsey & Company.
George Gordon, General Director of shared travel at Uber for Latin America, said he was full of pride in incorporating such a professional person as the new Director to the Mexico team.
"In her new role as CEO, Gretta will be responsible for continuing our commitment to Mexico to generate more opportunities through the movement with our platform," he added.
Gretta González will focus mainly on security, self-employment, and access.
“Uber transforms the way people move in our cities while generating new economic opportunities for self-employment for thousands of people. As passionate about technology and entrepreneurship, I am excited to join the team and make it easier for more mobility options to reach more Mexicans, ”González said in a statement released by the company.