Curtis Scott is currently Vice President, Global Risk for Lyft, Inc. and was previously Global Head of Insurance and Associate General Counsel for Uber Technologies Inc. To date, nearly every insurance program or law that protects/regulates ridesharing around the globe bears Scott’s authorship or consultation. From cars, to bikes, to autonomy, to the future of work he has been at the forefront of risk and urban mobility. Prior to shaking up the world with ridesharing insurance, Mr. Scott was head of government affairs and product counsel for The Climate Corporation, a San Francisco based parametric weather insurance and agronomy startup that was acquired by Monsanto for over $1B. He previously worked for Allstate Insurance Company where he advanced through a variety of legal and product roles within the Allstate group of companies (Allstate, Esurance and Encompass). Mr. Scott holds a JD from The John Marshall Law School, a MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management and a BA from West Virginia University. He frequently lectures on insurance and contract law and has served on the faculties of Loyola University of Chicago and San Francisco State University.