Ford Motor Co.’s newly appointed leader of hybrid technologies, Nancy Gioia, is a career Ford employee who describes the revamp of the Thunderbird in the late 1990s as her top achievement. She replaces Mary Ann Wright, who left the company today (Nov. 1). Nancy Gioia Gioia spent four years, from 1997 to 2001, as the Thunderbird’s chief program engineer. Before advancing to her new position, she was director of current model vehicle quality, North America. Wright’s rapid ...

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