Ingrid Skogsmo

September 2000
Automotive News;9/11/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5893, p50W
Trade Publication
Profiles Ingrid Skogsmo, manager of Global Environment and Safety Planning in Ford Motor Co. in North America. Educational background; Account of Skogsmo's first automotive job; Career achievements; Secrets to career success; Views on being a woman in the automobile industry; Career highlights.


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