Mark Chernoby is a member of the FCA Group Executive Council (GEC) in his role as Chief Technical Compliance Officer, a position he was appointed to in July 2016. He assumed responsibility for North America Vehicle Safety and Regulatory Compliance in November 2016. 
 
The GEC is the highest management-level decision making body within the FCA organization and is led by the FCA Chief Executive Officer (CEO). 
 
Prior to his current role, Chernoby was Head of Quality for FCA – Global. He has also served previously as Chief Operating Officer Product Development and Head of Product Portfolio Management. Chernoby was appointed to the GEC in September 2011.
 
Since joining the Company in 1983 through the Chrysler Institute of Engineering (CIE) program, Chernoby has made use of his experience in focused component engineering, advanced vehicle programs and vehicle homologation for Chrysler, Jeep® and Dodge products. Significant elements of his professional background include:   
  • 2016 - current, Head of Vehicle Safety and Regulatory Compliance, FCA – North America 
  • 2016 - current, Chief Technical Compliance Officer, GEC, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (FCA)
  • 2014, Head of Quality, FCA – Global
  • 2014, Chief Operating Officer Product Development, GEC, FCA
  • 2012, Senior Vice President, Engineering, FCA US LLC
  • 2011, Head of Product Portfolio Management, GEC, FCA
  • 2010, Head of Vehicle Engineering, FCA US LLC
  • 2009, Vice President, Product Committee Coordinator
  • 2009, C/D Segment Vehicle Line Executive
  • 2008, Vice President – Alliance Partnership Engineering, Chrysler LLC
  • 2008, Vice President and Chief Engineer – Project D
  • 2008, Vice President – Core Components, Processes and International Engineering
  • 2003, Vice President – Advance Vehicle Engineering, Chrysler LLC, DaimlerChrysler
  • 2001, Executive Engineer – Scientific Labs; NVH, Vehicle Safety, Vehicle Dynamics
  • 1999, Manager – Vehicle Development, Large Car Platform
  • 1995, Manager – Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) Laboratory, Chrysler Corporation
  • 1992, Engineering Supervisor – Product Development
  • 1985, Product Engineer – Powertrain Engineering
  • 1983, Chrysler Institute of Engineering (CIE) program
 
In 2005, Chernoby was chair for the SAE Technical Standards Board, and in 2007, he served as a member of the Hydrogen Technology Advisory Committee reporting to the U.S. Secretary of Energy.
 
Chernoby holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Michigan (1990) and a Master of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan (1985). His studies began with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Michigan State University (1983).
 
Chernoby was born in Bay City, Mich.
 
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