Mark Champine is Head of Quality for FCA- North America. He was named to the position in October 2018. Prior to his new position, Champine served as Head of Electrified Powertrain Programs for FCA - North America. He also was Head of Transmission and Driveline Quality and Quality Center Manager for the Kokomo Transmission Plant in Indiana. He joined the Company in 1996. 

He is also the executive sponsor of the FCA DiverseAbilities Network Business Resource Group (BRG). FCA supports 10 employee-driven BRGs dedicated to pursuing projects that enhance the FCA work culture, focusing on networking and mentoring, celebrating multicultural differences and engaging external communities through volunteer and charitable activities.

His work and academic background includes:
  • 2018 - current, Head of Quality - FCA North America
  • 2018, Head of Electrified Powertrain Programs
  • 2015, Head of Transmission and Driveline Quality
  • 2009, Head of Transmission and Driveline Programs
  • 2006, Quality Center Manager -  Kokomo Transmission Plant
  • 2003, Transmission Engineering Lead - 62TE
  • 2000, Transmission Engineering Lead - 4-speed transmission
  • 1998, Torque Converter Engineering 

Champine received his MBA and engineering management master’s degree from the University of Detroit Mercy and his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Kettering University.

He was born in Grosse Pointe, Michigan.