Executive Vice President and President, Seating
Ray Scott is executive vice president of Lear Corporation and president of Lear's seating division. In this position, he is responsible for implementing global initiatives to further grow and diversify sales for the seating division, accelerate product innovation efforts, improve financial results and sustain world-class competitiveness.
Since joining Lear in 1988, Scott has held a series of increasingly responsible positions at Lear, both in Europe and in the U.S. He has held a variety of senior level positions such as president of Lear's European Customer Focused Division, president of the General Motors and Fiat Customer Focused Divisions, vice president and general manager of Lear GM-Europe, vice president of Operations for Lear-Saab, and sales director for Lear's GM Division. Prior to his current position, Scott was senior vice president of Lear Corporation in August 2005, and president of Lear's North American Seating Systems in September 2006.
Scott earned a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from the University of Michigan. He also earned a master of business administration degree from Michigan State University's Advanced Management Program.