Executive Chairman of Ford Motor Company
The keynotes by Bill Ford discuss the iconic car company's commitment to producing vehicles to help create a sustainable and green future. Extremely personable and engaging, he presents interesting keynotes that appeal to individuals both inside and outside the auto industry.
The great-grandson of Henry Ford, he graduated from Princeton University in 1979 with a degree in history. He then received an S.M. in Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Almost immediately after he joined Ford, working in a wide range of departments, gaining valuable experience. He became the CEO of the company in 2001 until 2006, at which point he stepped down. To date, he remains as the company's executive chairman.
The keynotes by Bill Ford reflect his passion and commitment to creating a global transportation system that is both cost-effective, efficient and safe for the environment.