BBDO DETROIT -- Tom Szczepanski, 44, to executive vice president of retail performance solutions group. Szczepanski will oversee the development of programs that enhance the consumers' experience at more than 4,200 Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge dealerships nationwide. He was account director and strategic planning director for the Dodge brand.
Lisa Schultz, group senior vice president of human resources, to the management committee.
BBDO Detroit is an advertising agency.
CHRYSLER GROUP -- Lisa Wicker, senior executive, diversity strategies and operations, was given the professional achievement award at the Women of Color Technology and Business Awards Conference in Atlanta last month.
GENERAL MOTORS -- The following eight women received awards at the Women of Color Technology and Business Awards Conference.
Cindy Williams, director of vehicle performance management, was given the career achievement award.
Kay Darden-Ramsey, pre-VPI operations manager, was given the community service award.
Nancy Ball, program manager for retail systems, was given the new media leadership award.
Carolyn Cohen, lead manager for business and productivity support, was given the all-star award.
Sitima Fowler, senior project engineer for fuel cell activities, was given the rising star award.
Ojochide Idachaba, process engineer, was given the rising star award.
Tamanna Lam, design release engineer for seats, was given the rising star award.
Mattie Allan May, associate reliability engineer, was given the rising star award.
TOYOTA FINANCIAL SERVICES -- Chris Ballinger to corporate manager treasury.
He was senior vice president and assistant treasurer of Providian Financial Corp., a subprime credit card issuer.