Christopher Mattingly joins Mike Ilitch School of Business advisory board
The Mike Ilitch School of Business at Wayne State University is proud to welcome alumnus Christopher Mattingly ’83 as a member of its Board of Visitors.
With Chrysler since the start of his career in 1984, Mattingly began as a production supervisor at the Warren Truck Assembly Plant and rose swiftly through a series of management roles to earn more than 30 years of diverse experience in the automotive supply chain. He is currently director of component capacity and production scheduling for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). In that role, he is responsible for material releases, component capacity management, advanced component capacity planning and production scheduling for the automaker’s North American assembly plants.
Mattingly also mentors Ilitch School students as part of the Corporate Mentor Program, and is a faculty member in the school's executive education program, offered in partnership with the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG).
He holds a bachelor of science in operations management from Wayne State, and master of science in business administration and general management from Central Michigan University.
Board of Visitors members serve at the invitation of the dean. Their role is to advise and support the dean on the strategic direction and advancement of the school. A full board roster is available here.