Sorge to Lead Communications for Metaldyne
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Sorge to Lead Communications for Metaldyne

Marjorie Sorge has been named vice president of corporate communications for Metaldyne Corp. She will report to Tim Leuliette, chairman, president and CEO, and is responsible for leading the development of a strategic communications plan.

Paul Holmes

PLYMOUTH, MI—Marjorie Sorge has been named vice president of corporate communications for Metaldyne Corp. She will report to Tim Leuliette, chairman, president and CEO, and is responsible for leading the development and implementation of a strategic communications plan to enhance and promote Metaldyne’s corporate reputation and image to all stakeholders, and for functions including public relations, internal communications, marketing communications, government affairs and corporate events.

Sorge is currently a principal in M3 Strategies, which provides executive- level strategic consulting in relationship management, strategic communications, media and public relations to corporations, government and other organizations. She has extensive background in the automotive industry as a journalist, executive and consultant. She served as director of corporation communications for Visteon Corporation and as an executive on loan to Governor Jennifer Granholm and the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth.

She also was editor-in-chief of Automotive Industries magazine, executive editor of Ward’s Auto World, labor and feature editor at Automotive News and a staff writer at The Detroit News.

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