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Jim Farley to take over as President of New Businesses, Technology & Strategy at Ford

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Jim Farley has been appointed President, New Businesses, Technology & Strategy, effective May 1.

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Farley will spearhead Ford's strategic transformation into a higher growth, higher margin business by leveraging smart, connected vehicles and breakthrough customer experiences.

In this role, Farley will oversee Corporate Strategy, Global Data Insights & Analytics, Global Partnerships, Research & Advanced Engineering as well as Ford Smart Mobility and Ford Autonomous Vehicles. He will report to Ford President and CEO Jim Hackett.

“Jim Farley's job is to drive us into the future, both strategically and operationally, from AVs to mobility experiences to leveraging AI and big data. Jim combines an innate feel for what customers want and need in vehicles and the ability to translate this into the vehicles and services of the future,” Hackett said.

After 36 years with Ford, Marcy Klevorn, President of Ford Mobility, has announced plans to retire Oct. 1. Until then, Marcy will report to Hackett and work with Ford's senior leadership team on key transformational opportunities.

In this role, Klevorn will help refine the company's corporate governance systems, facilitate faster adoption of agile teams across the business and ensure process improvements across the enterprise. She will also continue to facilitate strategic partnerships with key technology partners as well as continue to champion Ford's Professional Women's Network and support the company's diversity efforts.

Hackett said, “Marcy's decades of experience working with many of the leading companies in the tech space as well as the work she has done with the transformation of Ford IT and the establishment of Ford Mobility gives her unique knowledge to drive these initiatives.”

Klevorn was appointed leader of Ford Mobility in June 2017. Over the past two years, she redesigned the organisation to focus on delivery of great products and services, to nurture and grow new businesses, to support city customers, and to incubate new ideas.

Through her leadership, the Ford Mobility team put in place the pillars for the company's transition toward mobility services, including the establishment of Ford Autonomous Vehicles LLC, the acquisition of Autonomic and creation of the Transportation Mobility Cloud and the company's commitment to 100 percent vehicle connectivity globally.

In addition, she led the expansion of FordPass, directed the growth of several revenue generating businesses including Ford Commercial Solutions, GoRide Health, and the City:One Challenges, and she steered the acquisition of others including Spin and Transloc. Prior to becoming president of Ford Mobility, Marcy served as the company's chief information officer, where she led the transformation of IT into a product-led organisation.


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