Michaela Huber has been Executive Board Member at ÖBB-Personenverkehr AG since August 2018. ÖBB-Personenverkehr is Austria’s largest mobility provider with staff of about 6.675 people, 459 million passengers per year, 4.365 (suburban and long-distance) trains and 2.300 busses a day. At ÖBB she is responsible for longdistance, local and regional transport, sales, digital mobility, corporate development and marketing as well as legal affairs. Michaela is an alumnus of the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Before joining ÖBB she served as Senior Vice President for Health, Safety, Security, Environment (HSSE) & Sustainability at OMV AG. OMV is Austria’s largest listed industrial company and operates in 30 countries all over the world.
As a provider of comprehensive mobility services, ÖBB take 459 million passengers to their destinations in an environmentally friendly way every year. Train passengers travel particularly climate-friendly as 100 % of the power used for the railway network is produced from renewable resources. With a punctuality rate of around 96 %, ÖBB ranked among the most punctual railway operators in Europe in 2017. ÖBB ensure that some 1.3 million passengers safely reach their destinations every day.