William Clay Ford, Jr.

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William Clay Ford Jr. (1957) Chairman, chief executive officer, and president, Ford Motor Company.

"Career: Ford Motor Company, 1979–1982, production planning analyst and manager of New York division; 1982–1983, analyst for North American auto operations; 1984–1985, international financial specialist; 1985–1986, planning manager for car production development; 1986–1987, director of commercial vehicles marketing for European division; 1987–1989, managing director of Switzerland division; 1989–1990, manager of Ford truck operations; 1990–1993, director and executive director for business strategy of Ford Auto Group; 1992–1994, general manager of climate control division; 1994–1995, vice president of commercial vehicle tracking center; 1995–1999, chairman of corporate financial committee; 1999–, corporate board chairman; 2001–, president and chief executive officer." [1]

He is the son of William Clayton Ford, Sr. (Ford Motor Company executive) and Martha Firestone Ford; and he married Lisa Vanderzee. [3]

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  1. William Clay Ford, Jr., Reference for Business, accessed December 7, 2007.
  2. The Henry Ford Trustees, organizational web page, accessed April 21, 2019.
  3. William Clay Ford Jr., referenceforbusiness.com, accessed June 16, 2010.