Thomas Ranese

Thomas Ranese is currently Chief Marketing Officer of Uber, overseeing Global Marketing and Social Impact. Since joining in 2019, Thomas led an organizational turnaround for Marketing, expanded the company’s investment in brand marketing with campaigns like “Tonight I’ll Be Eating” and spearheaded Uber’s first-ever global Social Impact initiative “Move What Matters” which supported communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Prior to joining Uber, Ranese spent a decade at Google where he held three "start up" marketing leadership roles - as the first head of Global Marketing Strategy & Operations for the CMO, then as founder of the Brand Studio where he led the naming of Alphabet and launched the Google Store, and most recently, as VP of Hardware Marketing. Prior to Google, Thomas was the first CMO of New York State, led the brand strategy and valuation practice at Interbrand, and was a management consultant at McKinsey and Company.