March 25, 2015
Virginia (Ginger) Juncker (BS Egr Arts ’88) is the new executive director, programs and member services, of the Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA), it was announced March 17.
In this role, she will spearhead OESA's initiative to assist member companies in retaining key, high-potential employees through a series of leadership events and member engagement opportunities. She will also serve as project lead on many OESA industry events, facilitate several OESA councils and coordinate the engagement of students into OESA activities.
Juncker joins OESA with a wealth of project management, organizational development, and automotive experience; most recently with Devon Facilities Management and C4 Consulting, LLC, as well as past roles with Visteon Corporation, Ford Motor Company, and General Motors.
Juncker earned a master’s degree in interdisciplinary engineering from Purdue University; a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Michigan-Dearborn; and a bachelor’s degree in engineering arts from Michigan State University. She also serves as treasurer for the Township of Novi.
"We are very excited to have Ginger join the OESA team," said OESA President and CEO Julie A. Fream. "I am looking forward to working with Ginger as we engage the industry's next generation of leaders and develop additional events and activities that promote the interests and support the needs of our members."
Formed in August 1998, OESA provides a forum for automotive suppliers by addressing issues of common concern through peer group councils, serving as a reliable source of information and analysis, providing an industry voice on issues of interest and serving as a positive change agent to the automotive industry. With 450 member companies, OESA represents more than 70 percent of North American automotive supplier sales. OESA is the original equipment division of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA). For more information, visit http://www.oesa.org.