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    Lyft hires first-ever VP of corporate development and investor relations /Link

     Following Lyft’s recent $1.5 billion funding round, the company has decided to bring on board Kristina Omari as its first-ever vice president of corporate development and investor relations as it continues to grow. Omari also happens to now be the highest ranking black female executive at Lyft. Lyft, according to its June 2017 diversity report, has a leadership team that is just one… Read More

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    Published on 07 Dec 2017 at 05:00PM

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