Steven K. Hamp
Steven K. Hamp served as Chief of Staff at Ford Motor Co. from December 1, 2005 to October 31,2006 and also served as it's Vice President since December 1, 2005. where Mr. Hamp focused on strategic issues, alignment of senior leadership, and integration of strategy in it's operations. Mr. Hamp served as President of The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan. He joins Ford after a 27- year career at The Henry Ford, during which he rose to served as the historical institution's president. Under his leadership, The Henry Ford's operating structure was fundamentally revised and expanded to include the establishment of the Henry Ford Academy, a public high school; the Rouge Factory Tour, Michigan's only auto assembly plant tour open to the public; and other new user experiences and services, such as an IMAX theatre. Mr. Hamp served as Director of Visteon Corp. from March 1, 2008 to October 2010. Mr. Hamp serves as Director of Downtown Detroit Partnership. Previously, Mr. Hamp served as a Director of Visteon Corporation from January 2001 to November 2005. Mr. Hamp also led the largest capital campaign in the museum's history. In 1999, The Detroit News recognized Mr. Hamp as a Michiganian of the Year. In 2000, he was honored as the first recipient of the Helen and William Milliken Distinguished Service Award by the Michigan Environmental Council. And in 2002, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from the University of Michigan and the Civic Leader Award from the Governor's Arts Awards. Mr. Hamp has a Bachelors degree from Butler University, and Masters degree from Indiana University and the University of Michigan.
Steven K. Hamp