Thursday, 12 November 2020 22:18

Hyundai, FCA Executives Named to Automotive News' 100 Leading Women List


Three leaders from Hyundai's U.S. and Mexico operations and five FCA executives have been recognized by Automotive News as among the 100 Leading Women in the North American Auto industry.

This prestigious leadership list "recognizes women who are leaders in the automotive field---those who make major decisions and have significant influence at their companies," according to the publication.


Among the Hyundai executives honored were Olabisi Boyle, vice president, product planning and mobility strategy of Hyundai Motor North America; Claudia Marquez, CEO of Hyundai Motor Mexico; and Angela Zepeda, CMO of Hyundai Motor America.


The FCA honorees included Mamatha Chamarthi, chief information officer, North America and Asia Pacific; Deirdre Fultz, plant manager, Indiana Transmission Plant; Marissa Hunter, head of marketing, FCA-North America; Elizabeth Krear, model responsible, 2020 Jeep Gladiator; and Lisa Lortie, global director, powertrain testing and analysis.


"This is such a well-deserved honor for Bisi, Claudia and Angela, three of the most talented executives I've worked with, regardless of gender," said José Muñoz, president and CEO, Hyundai Motor North America. "Their selection is a representation of the importance we place on leadership diversity and the strong team of female leaders we have at Hyundai."


"The strong FCA women who earned this important recognition of leadership excellence are the very best in their respective fields, exude character and integrity and are role models actively nurturing the next generation of leaders," said Mark Stewart, COO, FCA–North America. "Like the FCA women who have been named to this coveted roster in previous years, these leaders embody FCA's long-standing commitment to diversity and inclusion and our dedication to developing outstanding talent that represents the best of our company and our industry."

Every five years since 2000, Automotive News has compiled the list of 100 Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry...

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