Marianne Vidershain is Vice President and Treasurer at Lear Corporation. She is responsible for providing liquidity to navigate economic cycles, support the company’s growth strategy, and deliver a competitive return to shareholders. Vidershain leads a global organization in charge of capital structure strategy and execution, bank and rating agency relationships, cash management operations, and financial risk management, including foreign exchange and insurance.
Since joining Lear in 2004, Vidershain has progressed through increasing roles of responsibility within corporate treasury and operational finance. Most recently, she served as Director of Capital Markets and Subsidiary Finance, Director of Finance—Global Purchasing, Director of Global Financial Planning and Analysis, and Assistant Treasurer.
Prior to joining Lear, Vidershain worked for Ford Motor Company and Visteon Corporation in a variety of corporate and operating finance roles, including commercial finance, treasury, investor relations, and financial planning.
Vidershain earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and an MBA from the University of Michigan. She serves on the board of directors for the Detroit Zoological Society as well as Inforum Michigan.