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Wayne Cherry, General Motors Vice President, Design Wayne K. Cherry was appointed vice president, Design for General Motors on November 1, 1992, becoming only the fifth person to head GM Design in its 75-year history. In February 2002, he became a member of the General Motors North American Strategy Board. In this position, Cherry is responsible for the overall design direction of GM's eight North American brands - Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chevrolet Truck, GMC, HUMMER, Pontiac and Saturn as well as the up-front design process..
Anne Asensio, Executive Director of Design Interior Design, Quality & Brand Character, General Motors Design Center Asensio is responsible for the design and quality of vehicle interiors, and the brand character of GM's seven domestic brands - Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Hummer, Pontiac and Saturn. She joined GM in October 2000 as executive director of the Brand Character Center.
Bryan Nesbitt, General Motors Executive Director of Design, Body Frame Integral Architectures, Design Center He is responsible for GM's unibody architecture designs. These include small, midsize, large and mid-luxury cars; Chevrolet Corvette and Cadillac's rear-wheel-drive lineup; and front-wheel-drive minivans and crossover vehicles.
David Rand, GM Executive Director of Design, Advanced Design, Design Center Rand is responsible for GM's advanced vehicle design studios. The advanced design studios in Warren, Mich., Los Angeles, Calif., and Birmingham, England, provide a diversity of perspectives for developing concept vehicles and plotting new directions in automotive design.
Edward T. Welburn,Executive Director of Design Body-on-Frame Architectures, General Motors Design Center Welburn is responsible for GM's body-on-frame architecture designs, which includes small, mid-size and large trucks, and specialty vehicles. He oversees three body-on-frame design studios at the GM Design Center in Warren, Mich. His team also works closely with GM Engineering to execute designs as part of the Advanced Vehicle Development Group.
Clay Dean, Design Director, Small Truck & HUMMER, General Motors Design Center Dean is responsible for directing all design activities on GM's portfolio of small body-on-frame trucks for GMC and Chevrolet, and products for the newly acquired HUMMER brand. In this capacity, he interacts with marketing, portfolio planning, advanced vehicle development and vehicle platform engineering.
Chris Borroni-Bird, program director for GM's AUTOnomy concept and the Hy-wire concept vehicles Chris Borroni-Bird, one of the world's leading fuel cell experts, joined General Motors Corp. in June 2000, as director of Design and Technology Fusion Group, a unique new role to blend advanced technologies and design.
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