Linda Jackson, Citroën’s Global CEO, was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) last week, at its annual dinner in London. An Honorary Fellowship is the highest lifetime award the Institute can bestow on an individual within the automotive industry.
The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has presented Citroën’s Global CEO, Linda Jackson, with a prestigious Honorary Fellowship. Linda received the award from IMI patron, HRH Prince Michael of Kent, and IMI CEO, Steve Nash, at the institute’s annual dinner on Wednesday evening at the InterContinental London Park Lane Hotel.
Linda Jackson commented: “It is such an honour to receive this Honorary Fellowship and to be recognised by the IMI in this way. It’s a testament to all the hard work and creativity of everyone at Citroën, and is a reflection of the brand’s commitment to redefining the way people travel today through the Citroën Advanced Comfort® programme.”
“I am proud to be honoured by such an esteemed organisation, which is dedicated to improving UK automotive professional standards. It’s an exciting time for the motor industry, as we look toward to the future of mobility and electrification, and I hope my success can inspire young women, and young men alike, to pursue a career in this vital and ever-changing sector of the economy.”