President and CEO
John Bozzella, a veteran auto industry executive, is the president and CEO of Global Automakers since 2014. Since 2009, he served as a Senior Operating Executive for Cerberus Operations and Advisory Company, LLC, where he worked with the firm and its portfolio companies on a range of public policy and economic development matters.
Mr. Bozzella served as Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Public Policy at Chrysler Group in 2009, and Vice President of External Affairs and Public Policy for Chrysler LLC from 2007 to 2009. In this capacity, he mobilized government support to significantly restructure Chrysler.
At Chrysler, Mr. Bozzella worked closely with the federal government and other automakers on a substantial advanced technology vehicle loan program and on the development of new fuel economy standards. In addition, he worked with state governments to gain funding for restructuring, training and development.
From 2005 to 2007, Mr. Bozzella spent two years with DaimlerChrysler Corporation as Vice President of External Affairs and Public Policy for the Americas. Mr. Bozzella was with Ford Motor Company from 1994 to 2005 in positions in public policy, and government and community relations, and labor relations.
Prior to joining the automotive industry, Mr. Bozzella served as New York City’s director of state legislative affairs under Mayor David N. Dinkins. He began his career in public policy as the Director of Legislative and Political Action for the United Federation of Teachers. Mr. Bozzella is a graduate of Cornell University.
Conference SessionsFuel Economy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Where does Policy go now? And, will the Market Follow?
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