Michael’s engineering experience and expertise, both at Roush and elsewhere, makes him ideally suited for this role. He began his career as a co-op at Ford Motor Company and progressed to become a leader within the Manufacturing Process Engineering department.
After leaving Ford, Michael joined Chrysler Jeep & Truck as a Powertrain Product Engineer before joining Roush in 2000.
Michael has held multiple Engineering roles within Roush Industries, starting in Powertrain as an Engineer Supervisor and Program Manager focusing on projects related to ICE, Hybrid, Alternative Fuels and EV Integration.
Michael then became Director of Engineering for the Chicago Technical Center in 2012. In this role, Michael was responsible for opening this satellite office to support Engineering and Design for Medium and Heavy Truck.
After returning from Illinois, Michael became the Director of Entertainment Systems and in 2018 became the Vice President of Roush Entertainment Systems. Under Michael’s leadership, Roush Entertainment Systems has had substantial growth, including the opening and expansion of Roush Orlando. Roush is now considered a market leader in the Engineering Entertainment Services space.