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Clifton Peter Lambreth has worked for the Ford Motor Company for over twenty-six years in a variety of positions. Clifton has been a rainmaker at every position he has held and has consistently been a top performer throughout his career at Ford. He has received prestigious awards and distinctions including five Ford Inuksuk Drive for Leaders Award and has won three Diversity Leadership awards. Clifton has been a Ford college recruiter for over ten years at Cornell University, University of Pennsylvania, Johnson Business School and Wharton Business School. He graduated from Thomasville Senior High School in North Carolina having been a proud alumnus of the North Carolina Baptist Children’s Mills Home. He went on to receive his BSBA in Marketing and Management and his MBA from Western Carolina University. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Family Foundation Fund, on the Advisory Board of Lead Like Jesus Foundation and on the Advisory Board for Western Carolina University’s School of Business. CEO of Daniel Bradley Matthews, Inc., he provides strategic automotive and marketing consulting. Clifton is a public speaker and author. He enjoys running and racing and has run Marine Corp Marathon, Philadelphia Marathon and the Boston Marathon and competed in over 150 5K/10K races. Clifton has three sons and lives with his wife and family in Brentwood, Tennessee.
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