GM's Reuss to speak at World Congress
Reuss: Leads N.A. operations
DETROIT -- Mark Reuss, president of General Motors North America, will be a featured speaker at the 2013 Automotive News World Congress.
Reuss, 48, has led the automaker's North American operations since December 2009. He will speak after dinner Wednesday evening, Jan. 16. The other speaker that evening will be Wilbur Ross, chairman of International Automotive Components Group.
Reuss, an engineer by training, had a number of jobs in engineering and vehicle development earlier in his GM career, which began when he was a student intern in 1983.
Along the way, Reuss also was president and managing director of the GM Holden Ltd. subsidiary from Feb. 1, 2008, until July 2009, managing the automaker's operations in Australia and New Zealand.
The theme of the 2013 Automotive News World Congress is "Driving Change: Global Uncertainties /Local Opportunities." The event will be held Jan. 15-17 at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center during media preview week at the North American International Auto Show.