Plans to ensure that the General Motors Women’s Council priorities becomes fully integrated within the company’s overall business strategy is high on the agenda of the newly appointed General Motors International (GMI) chairperson, Denise Van Huyssteen.
Van Huyssteen, the General Manager of Communications and PR for GM markets in Africa, occupied the role as chairperson of the Women’s Council in South Africa before recently being appointed in the role of chairing the council for the company’s International region.
“Ultimately our goal is to be an employer of choice for women and to sell more vehicles to more women. To this end specific areas of focus include employee personal and professional development, strong brands and products, building customers for life and driving a culture of diversity. “These are important imperatives for our business as we aim to grow in the markets in which the company