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Ken Czubay Joins MSX International Advisory Board


Ken Czubay

DETROIT--Jan. 14, 2014: MSX International (MSXI), a service and technology solutions provider helping automotive and other global organizations improve retail network performance, talent acquisition and management strategies, announced that Ken Czubay, recently retired vice president of Ford Motor Co.'s U.S. Marketing, Sales and Service, has joined its advisory board.

As a board member, Czubay will provide guidance and draw upon his extensive experience to develop the company's strategies and further the growth of its key business units, Retail Network Solutions (RNS) and Human Capital Solutions (HCS). MSXI's RNS unit partners with automakers to enhance the retail customer lifecycle, while its HCS unit works to improve talent acquisition and management processes for large companies around the globe.

"Ken has had an extremely successful career and we are thrilled to have him serve on our advisory board as he will be an invaluable asset to the continued success of MSXI," said Fred Minturn, president and CEO, MSXI. "In recent years, we have seen significant growth in our markets around the world, and by pairing our strong momentum with Ken's expertise and insights, we will continue to drive positive results for clients and, ultimately, strengthen the company."

Czubay's career began at Ford in 1970, where he served in a variety of management and executive roles. In 1983, he left Ford to continue his career at Nissan North America, Suburban Motors, and then Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC. In 2008, he rejoined Ford as the company's leader for U.S. marketing, sales and service operations.

"After more than 40 years in the automotive field, I look forward to bringing my experience and knowledge to further MSXI as it continues to support dealers, automakers and the entire industry with innovative solutions," said Czubay.

Czubay retired on Nov. 1, 2013 and his advisory board appointment began on January 1, 2014.