Join YCP Detroit for our monthly Executive Speaker Series event. This month's speaker is Ray Scott, President and CEO of Lear Corporation.
The event will be held at Church of the Divine Child, 1055 Silvery Ln, Dearborn, MI 48128.
- 6:30pm - Daily Mass (optional)
- 7:15pm - Networking, complimentary food & beverages
- 8:00pm - President's & Chaplain's remarks
- 8:15pm - KEYNOTE: Ray Scott
- Confession available
- 8:30pm - Q&A
- 8:45pm - Announcements & closing prayer
- 9:00pm - After party at Moose Martini Pub
about Ray Scott
Ray Scott is president and chief executive officer of Lear Corporation. He is responsible for the strategic direction and operational leadership of the company.
Mr. Scott started his career at Lear in 1988. He held various positions of increasing responsibility in program management and sales before becoming senior vice president in 2009, and then president of Lear’s global Electrical Power Management Systems division. In 2011, he became executive vice president and then president of the global Seating division.
In addition to serving as president of both the Seating and E-Systems business segments at Lear, Mr. Scott has held other executive positions in both Europe and the U.S. These positions include president of Lear's North American Seating Systems, president of Lear's European Customer-Focused division, president of the General Motors and Fiat Customer-Focused divisions, vice president and general manager of Lear GM-Europe, vice president of Operations for Lear-Saab, and sales director for Lear's GM division.
Mr. Scott holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of Michigan and a Master of Business Administration degree from Michigan State University's Advanced Management Program. He also attended executive education programs at Stanford University and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Scott serves on the Detroit Regional Partnership board, the Detroit Economic Club board, the Board of Trustees for Kettering University in Flint, MI, and the Michigan State University Eli Broad College of Business Alumni Board. He is also a member of the Business Leaders of Michigan.