The 2015 Sylvan T. Warrington Lecture in Ethics and Leadership at the Broad College of Business will feature alumnus Kevin Clark, president and CEO of Delphi Automotive. Clark will speak about how active participation and engagement led to many personal and professional successes, and how Delphi’s team engaged to transform a company near extinction into a high-tech leader in the automotive field at 6 p.m., Thursday, October 1 in BCC N100.
Clark received a BA in financial administration and an MBA from the Broad College of Business. He joined Delphi in 2010 and has served in various C-level roles there. Delphi Automotive PLC is a global technology company focused on making vehicles safe, green, and connected.
The Warrington Lectureship was established with an endowment in the Broad College by MSU alumni Edward R. James (BA Economics ’56) and Jeannie Warrington James (BA Human Ecology ’57) to honor her father, Sylvan T. Warrington. An agricultural and food industry innovator, Warrington was known for his Midwestern values and respect for land-grant education.