DEARBORN - Black Enterprise magazine recently announced its list of the 100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America for 2012. The executives were selected based on their contributions to company revenues, as well as management responsibility, budget authority, operating responsibility and influence in their respective companies or industry.
The extraordinary achievements of executives who are best positioned to lead the way and shape new models for success are also highlighted.
Ford executives recognized in the September issue of Black Enterprise are:
Ford Group Vice President, Global Purchasing
Brown is responsible for approximately $65 billion of production and nonproduction procurement for Ford operations worldwide. He was most recently senior vice president of Global Purchasing. Brown joined Ford in 1999 and served as a director or vice president for various segments of the company.
Ford Group Vice President, Human Resources and Corporate Services
Fields provides expertise in key human resource capabilities. She also is responsible for Corporate Security, Travel and Ford’s Dealer Policy Board as well as ensures the development and execution of business strategies that reflect the global business environment and customer and market needs.
Ford Group Vice President, Global Quality and New Model Launch
Fowler is responsible for maintaining quality standards and practices in the design and production of Ford vehicles. He organizes new model launches globally and works closely with Product Development, Manufacturing, Purchasing and Marketing. Fowler has more than 30 years experience in the automotive industry.
Ford Vice President and President, Global Ford Customer Service Division
Toney oversees the customer service and satisfaction needs of Ford’s worldwide customers. Since joining Ford in 2000, Toney has held various leadership positions in the company’s Logistics, Operations and Parts and Service Divisions.