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  • Ford Motor Meet and Greet, Weds., Sept. 4, 2-5 pm

    Ford Motor Company will host a Meet &  Greet on Wednesday September 4, 2019 , 2:00 PM—5:00 PM, in the Rekhi Hall 2nd Floor Lounge.

    Computer scientists from Ford Motor Company will be on hand to discuss CS and careers at Ford.

    All Department of Computer Science students, as well as other interested students, are invited. Complimentary food and beverages will be served.

    Download the flyer: Ford Meet & Greet.

     The following Ford computer scientists will be in attendance:

    Jeff Kalman: Jeff leads several agile product teams focused on delivering routing and dispatch services for Ford’s Mobility Platform. He has also held leadership positions at Kellogg, managing their digital marketing platform for all consumer facing websites globally. Jeff is also a former Officer in the U.S. Army. 

    Jim Wasnick: Jim currently leads Ford’s connected vehicle platform delivery team globally, a team of over 600 software engineering professionals. Prior to joining Ford in 2015, Jim has held senior technology related positions with both startups and Fortune 50 corporations throughout his career. 

    Cindy Watson: Cindy has a broad Computer Science background with roles spanning Application Delivery, Strategy, Application Management and Platform Delivery. She has worked in both services and manufacturing industries, and has been with Ford Motor Company for 17 years. Her current role is within Ford Mobility Platforms & Products delivering strategic platforms to the Global Data Insights & Analytics Skill Team. Cindy is also the Ford Lead Recruiter for MTU 

    Kevin Christenson: Kevin currently leads our In-Plant Implementation Team for the Americas. His team is responsible for deploying all of the IT capabilities at Manufacturing facilities as part of any New Model Program investments. Kevin has held several positions through-out his career involving the investigation, introduction, and implementation of new technologies throughout Manufacturing including IIoT, Cyber Security, Additive Manufacturing and other advanced technologies. 

    Ryan Lindstrom: Ryan graduated from Michigan Tech in 2017 and has held two positions in the Ford College Graduate program since. In his first rotation, Ryan was a Business Analyst supporting Product Development and Manufacturing end users, specifically Powertrain Engineers. In his current rotation, Ryan is a Business Relationship Analyst supporting the Design Studio in Product Development . 


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