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Career Milestone: 5 Years leading Ford of Canada’s Community Management Team.

5 years ago… I became the Senior Community Manager for Ford Canada on April 18th, 2012. It still feels surreal. 18 months earlier… I had lost my job. I was not in a good place. It was the first time I had ever lost a job. It was a long 18 months. In today’s workforce, Continue Reading

Discovering Thunder Bay with @FordCanada. #EscapeAndDiscover

Normally, when an event happens at Ford Canada, I am briefed and am completely in the know of how the program is going to go. Well, that’s not what happened with #EscapeAndDiscover. I would be discovering what was going to happen with the rest of the invitees. I was asked to have 4 community managers Continue Reading

A Tour of @Ford’s Flat Rock Assembly Plant #FordNAIAS

Anson and I decided to hang out in Detroit for an extra day to join the last group of international media on a plant tour of Ford’s Flat Rock Assembly Plant. Michigan Casting Center Opened in January 1972, Ford’s Michigan Casting Center, or MCC as it was then known, was one of the most technologically Continue Reading

Transitions Are Inevitable: Embracing Staff Turnover

It’s been an emotional week for me. I started off the week with a tremendous migraine. I always get them when there is a change in temperature, or if I eat something that will trigger it. But here’s the thing… the temperature hasn’t changed in over 2 weeks, and I haven’t eaten anything that should Continue Reading

Built @Ford Tough: The Rouge Factory Tour #FordNAIAS

Day 3 started off with a quick visit to Cobo Hall for the Lincoln Press Conference, and then off to do a tour of the Dearborn Truck Plant at the Rouge Factory. I have visited this plant before in 2013. This would be the first time I would get to see the production of the Continue Reading

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