Greg Farmer of General Motors of Canada Honored with Special Recognition As Part of Black Engineer of the Year Award
DETROIT - Greg Farmer, director of engineering and product and product planning -- corporate programs, for General Motors of Canada has been honored with a Special Recognition Award as part of the Black Engineer of the Year Award, presented February 19, 2000 in Baltimore, Maryland.
"Greg's notable professional accomplishments are impressive and he has also served as a role model for those who have had the opportunity to work with him. We are extremely proud of Greg's contribution to General Motors of Canada," said president and general manager, Maureen Kempston Darkes.
Farmer was instrumental in the planning and coordination of the $20 million Regional Engineering Centre in Canada. He has an extensive background in quality engineering, and is responsible for corporate programs in the areas of alternative fuels and cold weather development. He has a bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering from University of Dayton (Ohio), and an MBA from the University of Detroit.
(Feb. 21, 2000)