October 16-17, 2012
Detroit, Michigan, USA
Jeremy Kearney, Interior Design Release Engineer and Mentor for the JumpStart Employee Resource Group, General Motors Company
Jeremy is the interior design release engineer for the Chevy Corvette and Camaro. He is responsible for the definition of requirements, design, analysis, development and control of interior components. Jeremy joined General Motors in 2007 and has held a variety of positions with increased responsibility. Some of which include; process support, engineering process lead, engineering specifications analyst and validation engineer. Outside of his engineering responsibilities, he mentors GM's JumpStart Employee Resource Group. JumpStart is designed to engage, develop and connect GM's newest talent through professional development opportunities, work place of choice initiatives, marketing initiatives and community service activities. He has been featured in publications such as GM's Sustainability report and DRIVEN: A Tribute to African American Achievement in the Automotive Industry.
Jeremy earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Manufacturing Systems and Master's degree in Computational Science and Engineering from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. He has also earned his MBA from Michigan State University.