First and foremost is Sergio Marchionne, who is sitting as CEO of the company as well as CEO of Fiat and a board member as well. Next in line is C. Robert Kidder, who also sits as acting chairman of the board.
Joining Marchionne and Kidder are: Alfredo Altavilla, CEO of Fiat Powertrain Technologies; James Blanchard, former U.S. congressman and governor of Michigan; George F.J. Gosbee, chairman, CEO and president of Tristone Capital Inc.; Douglas Steenland, former CEO of Northwest Airlines; Scott Stuart, a founding partner of Sageview Capital LLC; Ronald L. Thompson, chairman of the board of Trustees for Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association (TIAA); and Stephen Wolf, chairman of R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co.
Importantly, Chrysler Group will remain a private company for now but the newly appointed board will focused on supplying the governance that would be expected of a public company – after all the public do have a great deal invested in the company thanks to auto industry bailout.