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Business, Environment, and Society Series speaker: George Halow, Ford- CANCELLED

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Wednesday, March 27



Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business

800 West Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30308
Room 314





Please join the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business in welcoming George Halow, the Manager of Global Investment Efficiency, from the Ford Company.

George current role works with Ford Engineering and Manufacturing to establish efficient plans for billions in investment in new programs. Prior to this role, he has held numerous positions at the Ford Company, including Chief Program Engineer for multiple vehicle lines, including Expedition, Navigator, Ranger, Crown Victoria, Grand Marquis, and Town Car, where he had lead responsibility for both the business and technical elements of running a vehicle program. Chief Functional Engineer, Technology Strategy and Planning Manager for global technology leadership, Manufacturing Engineer for interior components, and Business and Product Strategy Manger for Commercial Vehicles

George’s received his Bachelor’s Aerospace Engineering University of Maryland College Park, MD, his MBA from INSEAD, and his Master’s Mechanical Engineering Cornell University Ithaca, NY.

George is also very active in support of universities – he is Ford’s Executive Champion for the University of Michigan Student Vehicle Teams, Ford’s Executive Champion for the University of Maryland, and lectures on Leadership, Ethics & Integrity, Innovation, and Career Building.


TheRay C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business was founded in 2013 to act as a catalyst and connector, bringing together students, research faculty, companies, and entrepreneurs to create an environment where business-driven solutions to sustainability challenges can take shape and thrive. In all, Scheller provides students unparalleled breadth in environmental sustainability, ethics, corporate social responsibility, social entrepreneurship, and values-based leadership.